Is It Real? (2005– )
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In is Real looks at the facts behind Dan Brown's "The Da Vinci Code" and asks whether Jesus was married and a father.

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Amy Doyle

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Amy Doyle
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Tarcisio Bertone Tarcisio Bertone ... Himself - Cardinal (archive footage)
Jean-Luc Chaumeil Jean-Luc Chaumeil ... Himself - Investigative Journalist
Tammy DiNicola Tammy DiNicola ... Herself - Former Member, Opus Dei
Jennifer Emery ... Mary Magdaline (as Jennifer Zivolich)
Martin Kemp Martin Kemp ... Himself - Art Historian, University of Oxford (as Professor Martin Kemp)
Richard Leigh Richard Leigh ... Himself - Co-Author, 'Holy Blood, Holy Grail'
Will Lyman ... Himself - Narrator (voice)
Sharan Newman Sharan Newman ... Herself - Author, 'The Real History Behind the Da Vinci Code'
Lynn Picknett Lynn Picknett ... Herself - Co-Author, 'The Templar Revelation'
Clive Prince Clive Prince ... Himself - Co-Author, 'The Templar Revelation'
William Stetson William Stetson ... Himself - Director, Catholic Information Center, Washington DC (as Father William Stetson)
Tracy Twyman Tracy Twyman ... Herself - Author, 'The Merovingian Mythos'
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In is Real looks at the facts behind Dan Brown's "The Da Vinci Code" and asks whether Jesus was married and a father.

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USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

24 April 2006 (USA) See more »

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11 June 2006 | by dy158See all my reviews

It's been slightly more than a month when this was aired on the local television here. I know this is being part of the National Geographic's Is It Real? series, but then somehow I had always missed it when it was on the cable here.

So imagine the surprise I get when it was on the free-to-air as part of The Da Vinci Code specials. Taking viewers to some of the places mentioned in the book, it tries to debunk the myths raised in the bestseller. Even with also the help of the academics as well. I had almost forgotten whether those who wrote about the bloodline and everything in between were invited, because it almost became a blur to me as the documentary progresses.

I almost could not catch up with the pace of it then. Maybe at that time when it aired here, it was days before I went to watch the movie adaptation and I had not really did much of my own personal research as yet at that time.

Anyhow, this one is pretty average. At least to me.


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