Secrets of the Code
Secrets of the Code is a 2006 documentary based on Dan Burstein's New York Times best-seller of the same name in which experts explore topics put forth by Dan Brown's novel The Da Vinci Code. New Yorker essayist Arthur Krystal assisted Burstein in writing of the film, which was directed by Emmy Award winner Jonathan Stack, produced by Alchemist Films, LLC and distributed by Sony Pictures.
The film has been described as having unusually high visual quality, spectacular imagery and an excellent review of the issues.
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