The DaVinci Code Deception

Theatrical Release: January 1, 2005
DVD Release: January 1, 2005
The DaVinci Code Deception


Dan Brown’s best-selling fiction thriller The Da Vinci Code ignited a worldwide controversy with his opening statement: “Fact: all descriptions of artwork, architecture, documents and secret rituals in the novel are accurate.”

But everyone wants to know— is the novel 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 da Vinci and Sir Isaac Newton in on the secrets? Did Leonardo try to warn us through his The Last Supper painting? Discover the answers!

Dove Review

I have neither read The Da Vinci Code nor obtained much knowledge about the contents of the novel. That was prior to my viewing “The Da Vinci Code Deception.” For the person who has little or no knowledge about the novel and all its controversies, this is an excellent video. The docudrama refrains from jumping directly into the issue but rather offers some background information about what is stated in the novel. The video proceeds to research and disprove the questionable content which the author, Dan Brown, claims to be based in fact. There is such a plethora of great information in the arguments that committing it all to memory in a single viewing is impossible. However, after only one screening I feel confident enough to engage in a civilized argument with anyone supporting Brown’s theories. Even if this topic is not interesting to you, I urge you to take fifteen minutes of your time and watch this video. I am confident you will have no desire to stop watching it.

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: 120 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Starring: Various experts in theology, archeology, art history, philosophy, and art history.
Reviewer: Bradley B. Klinge