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This documentary takes the viewer on a journey through the secret codes, architecture and symbols in Dan Brown's novel The Lost Symbol. Also examined are secret societies and new science describing what's myth and what's real. Scientist, code breakers, psychologists and historians are interviewed. Written by
I stumbled upon this documentary and was so excited to follow up on the questions that I asked myself throughout the book. Unfortunately I became tired with the continuous repetition of facts and editing for commercial breaks that I lost all interest in the mysteries it aims to unravel.
I've seen a great number of documentaries and this "TV show" is a great example of a show with potentially great content but how the execution doesn't live up to the information it provides. This is a rather American dinner-time TV show with forced enthusiasm and overexcited narrating.
Rather than providing a breakdown of the book's stunning mysteries and historic artefacts that create such enticing twists and turns, the programme simply treats the book like a 'ghost hunt' style programme which becomes pretty dull, pretty quickly.
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