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Catherine H. Flemming
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Izidore K. Musallam
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During a gala museum event featuring precious Vatican artifacts, a group of men posing as Templar knights stage a daring robbery. Their primary interest is in obtaining a mechanical decoding device that can supposedly decipher the location of the Templar treasure. Archaeologist Tess Chaykin reluctantly works with FBI Agent Sean Daley to uncover the mastermind behind the plot and possibly locate the treasure. Written by
When the Templars are washed ashore they are supposed to be on Ottoman territory. It is known that the crusaders fought Saladin and the Arabs and not the ottoman turks who will appear in the area at least 100 years later. See more »
The scenes shot in "Bodrum, Turkey" are too far from being realistic.
To start with, I can say that in Turkey people do not travel on camels, do not wear as the people we are shown in the movie do, do not make snake dance shows on the streets, do not speak a weird language that we cannot even understand whether it is Turkish, or something just made up.
We saw deserts in the movie, although we were supposed to see the sea, beaches, forests. We saw one story, desert type mud-brick houses, although we were supposed to see typical white Bodrum houses with blue window frames and bougainvilleas on the walls.
Producers should be ashamed of such terribly wrong information they gathered (if they ever searched for!) and the lack of quality in script, actors, scenes etc let's say everything related with the movie.
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