Everyone wants to know. Is Dan Brown's best selling fiction thriller "The Da Vinci Code" novel, really fact or fiction? Was Jesus really married to Mary Magdalene? Was she one of his ... See full summary »
Everyone wants to know. Is Dan Brown's best selling fiction thriller "The Da Vinci Code" novel, really fact or fiction? Was Jesus really married to Mary Magdalene? Was she one of his disciples? Did they have a child together that became France's royal bloodline? Did Catholic secret societies hide these and many other secrets about Jesus? Were famous people like Leonardo Da Vinci and Sir Isaac Newton in on the secrets? Did Leonardo try to warn us through "The Last Supper" painting? Based on three best-selling books-"Breaking the DaVinci Code", "The DaVinci Deception" and "Cracking DaVinci's Code"-this program solves a 2000 year old mystery! "Breaking the DaVinci Code" answers all the lingering questions and finally sets the record straight-through interviews with book authors and the world's leading experts in archeology, theology, art history, philosophy and science. Written by
This was shown here in my country few weeks back as part of The Da Vinci Code specials. It's not that I want to give that kind of rating. Lately whenever I enter a bookstore here in my country, I will see plenty of books which are all trying to debunk the myths in Dan Brown's bestseller. Saying this is not right and all that.
And I realised as I watched the documentary, it's mostly of those people who might had wrote all those kind of books which I can see in the local bookstores here lately. All it takes is just one controversial bestseller (for the record, I had read the novel too and I do enjoy as it's, fiction) to launch all these so-called books to debunk the myths and all that.
Really, if inviting those academics and art historians and all that can really debunk the myths being raised in the bestseller, then how about those who wrote about the bloodline? Inviting those kind of people too is also alright (in my opinion) as well, though maybe not all can accept what they want to say and stake their claims.
Like that at least, one can really judge which group has proved their points across better. The academics featured in this documentary, or those who wrote about the bloodline and everything in between. One can really decide from there for themselves.
My final point is what I had given to the title of this review of mine.
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