One man's journey into the world of the so-called 'Bloodline' conspiracy, at the heart of Dan Brown's The Da Vinci Code, where a secret society, the Priory of Sion, claims to have guarded ... See full summary »
One man's journey into the world of the so-called 'Bloodline' conspiracy, at the heart of Dan Brown's The Da Vinci Code, where a secret society, the Priory of Sion, claims to have guarded evidence of the marriage of Mary Magdalene and Jesus Christ, their children and their descendants down through the centuries. Written by
In 2012, Ben Hammott (real name Bill Wilkinson) confessed that his discovery of a tomb and related artifacts was all a hoax, revealing that the actual tomb was part of a full sized set located in a warehouse in England. See more »
In the first place I was dragged down to the movies by my friends to see what they described as 'a really cool movie' and I was not at all looking forward to seeing it, thinking it would be just as dull as The Da Vinci Code. When I started watching it though I changed my mind. I thought it was suspenseful, interesting, intriguing with great pictures of the tomb. I think it's great that an 'amateur' like Ben Hammott could find something like that. He's just an ordinary guy who became interested in this mystery in this little village in France and decided to investigate.
Me and my friends agree that it was an enjoyable and interesting film and I've recommended it to everyone I know. Well done guys for making such a good film, can't wait to see who's in the tomb and what all the artifacts are and I will keep checking the Bloodline website and Ben Hammott's one for updates - they're both really cool btw!
Considering the huge budget that The Da Vinci Code had and the small budget that Bloodline had these guys have done an awesome job and should be proud of themselves for doing such a great film!
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