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Secrets of Angels, Demons and Masons (2005)

Not Rated | | Documentary | Video 4 October 2005
Separating fact from fiction, Secrets of Angels, Demons & Masons is the ultimate guide to the secret societies of Dan Brown's thrillers. Based on Dan Burstein and Arne de Keijzer's ... See full summary »

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Simon Cox, Rob Fruchtman

Writer:

Lori Nelson

Star:

John Cullum
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Separating fact from fiction, Secrets of Angels, Demons & Masons is the ultimate guide to the secret societies of Dan Brown's thrillers. Based on Dan Burstein and Arne de Keijzer's best-selling book, Secrets of Angels & Demons, this two-part documentary investigates the Illuminati and the Freemasons, two mysterious organizations central to Dan Brown's novel Angels & Demons as well as his upcoming sequel to The Da Vinci Code. Narrated by Tony Award-winning actor John Cullum, Secrets of Angels, Demons & Masons interweaves evocative archives with commentary by world-renowned experts, taking viewers on a suspenseful journey from baroque Rome to historic Washington D.C. Written by Hidden Treasures Productions

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This is a documentary of boring book.
2 February 2006 | by debi-13See all my reviews

I expected revelations that weren't a retread of information that you find when scanning the Net on any of the buzzwords in the title. This is a shameless promotion of a book that attempts to compare itself to the Da Vinci Code.

I never read the book the Da Vinci Code but I respected the reviews it got and made me curious enough to watch FREE documentaries on how the story was put together and what it was based upon. As I continue on this critique you must understand that I have been a theology hobbist for close to 3 decades. The reason I did not read the book is because it was Fiction and I really like hard facts backed up by history, anthropology, archeology, etc. So when I say this documentary was not remotely informative except for the flimsy way the book was constructed, I am giving this advice from the benefit of my passions.

Skip this movie or you will loose moments of your life that are lost forever.


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4 October 2005 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Angyalok, démonok, titkos társaságok See more »

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