Breaking the DaVinci Code

Theatrical Release: January 1, 2005
DVD Release: January 1, 2005
Breaking the DaVinci Code


Everyone wants to know whether Dan Brown’s best selling thriller The DaVinci Code is really fact or fiction. Was Jesus really married to Mary Magdalene? Was she one of his disciples? Did they have a child together that became France’s royal bloodline? Did Catholic secret societies hide these and many other secrets about Jesus? Were famous people like Leonardo DaVinci and Sir Isaac Newton in on the secrets? Did Leonardo try to warn us through The Last Supper painting? Based on three best-selling books, Breaking the DaVinci Code, The DaVinci Deception and Cracking DaVinci’s Code, this program solves a 2000 year old mystery! “Breaking the DaVinci Code” answers all the lingering questions and finally sets the record straight, through interviews with book authors and the world’s leading experts in archeology, theology, art history, philosophy and science.

Dove Review

This video is ideal for arming a person with the needed information to formulate a strong case against Dan Brown’s theories. The video is very well structured as each specific topic, such as Mary Magdalene, Jesus’ marriage and children, and the Catholic secret society, is discussed independently and each expert and author offers his or her expertise. Many of the authors and experts are the same as those appearing in Grizzly Adams productions, “The DaVinci Code Deception.” Several similar arguments from the other video are made in this one. However, in “Breaking the DaVinci Code” the arguments presented cover more information from the secular side of this issue. The other video focuses more on the Christian perspective regarding the novel. I was very intrigued by “Breaking the DaVinci Code” and recommend this video to anyone with even a minor interest in this issue.

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: None
Violence: None
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: None


Company: Grizzly Adams Prod., Inc.
Writer: Joseph Meier
Director: David Priest
Genre: Documentary
Runtime: 60 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Starring: Various experts in the fields of theology, archeology, art history, philosophy, and science.
Reviewer: Bradley B. Klinge