A scientist discovers an ancient code in the Bible that predicts historic events but is hunted down. Now it's up to his daughter to protect the code from falling into the wrong hands.

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Johanna Bachmann
Olivier Sitruk ...
Simon Maler
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Papst Innozenz V.
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Nikolaus Paryla ...
Diener des Papstes
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Thadeus
Miguel Herz-Kestranek ...
Christian Bachmann
Winfried Hübner ...
Ephraim Blum
Thorsten Nindel ...
Markus Gruber
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Andreas Imhof
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Victor
Frank Behnke ...
Chef der Virenproduktion
Peter Bosch ...
Mario Rander
Corinna Breite
Norbert Heisterkamp ...
Stefano
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A scientist discovers an ancient code in the Bible that predicts historic events but is hunted down. Now it's up to his daughter to protect the code from falling into the wrong hands.

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Drama | Mystery

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28 December 2009 (France)  »

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A Biblia-kód  »

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1.78 : 1
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Johanna and Simon are traveling to Graz in a sleeping car. But the train shown in the outside views is an electrical multiple unit (4010-Series used by the Austrian Federal Railways), which is not equipped with sleeping compartments. See more »

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Painful
3 September 2008 | by See all my reviews

Excruciatingly painful so called event movie. A lame story taken from Dan Browns Da Vinci Code. Cosma Shiva Hagen stumbles through this mess of a loop hole storyline from Germany through France all the way into the Namibian Desert. As usual the bad guys are all dressed in black, and German screen legend Joachim Fuchsberger gives a sad performance as the Pope. Some actors are French, which is not bad, if the producers would have just invested in a proper dubbing. This movie didn't make any sense at all. Either filled with over lengthy dialogs, or mindless chase scenes, which only shows the audience how stupid the bad guys are. The movie could have been over after 5 Minutes, - SPOILER - if the baddies didn't only shoot Johannas father, but her as well. Mind you writers: An adventure action film needs to be plausible. Otherwise you lost your audience. Pro Sieben certainly did. The ratings were just above average for the first part, the second part, some 800.000 viewers decided not to follow the outcome. Cosma deserves better scripts, cause she is about the best thing in this dud of a film.


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