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The Da Vinci Code is a 2006 American secret spine chiller movie, coordinated by Ron Howard and composed by Akiva Goldsman, in view of Dan Brown’s 2003 top of the line novel of a similar name. The first in the Robert Langdon film arrangement, the film stars Tom Hanks, Audrey Tautou, Sir Ian McKellen, Alfred Molina, Jürgen Prochnow, Jean Reno and Paul Bettany. In the motion picture, Robert Langdon, a teacher of strict symbology from Harvard University, is the prime suspect in the horrible and bizarre homicide of Louver custodian Jacques Saunière.

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In the body, the police locate a vexing figure and start an examination. A prominent British Grail student of history named Sir Leigh Teabing reveals to them that the real Holy Grail is unequivocally encoded in Leonardo da Vinci’s divider painting, The Last Supper. Likewise looking for the Grail is a mystery plot inside Opus Dei, a real prelature of the Holy See, who wish to conceal the genuine Grail to forestall the pulverization of Christianity.

The film, similar to the book, was viewed as disputable. It was met with particularly unforgiving analysis by the Catholic Church for the allegation that it is behind a multi year-old concealment concerning what the Holy Grail truly is and the idea that Jesus Christ and Mary Magdalene were hitched and that the association delivered a little girl, just as its treatment of the associations Priory of Sion and Opus Dei. Numerous individuals encouraged the people to blacklist the film. In the book, Dan Brown expresses that the Priory of Sion and “all portrayals of work of art, engineering, reports and mystery ceremonies in this novel are exact.”


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