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The Da Vinci Code (2006) Movie



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Overview

Language
English

Country
(Hollywood) USA

Ratings / Votes
6.4/ 10 (194985 Votes)

MPAA Ratings
Rated PG-13 for disturbing images, violence, some nudity, thematic material, brief drug references and sexual content

Production Company
Columbia Pictures [us] - (presents)
Government of Malta [mt] - (with the support of)
Imagine Entertainment [us]
Skylark Productions [us]

Production Designer

All Producers

All Directors

Writers

Release Date
(Bahrain) - 17 May 2006
(Belgium) - 17 May 2006
(France) - 17 May 2006
(France) - 17 May 2006
(Monaco) - 17 May 2006

Running Time
149

Tagline
Seek The Truth Seek the truth, seek the codes. So Dark The Con Of Man Break The Codes Uncover The Secret

Keywords
1st-century, 2000s, 21st-century, 4th-century, airplane, airport, albino, american, american-in-the-uk, anagram, ancient-tomb, appointment, archive, armored-truck, arrest, atheist, bank, based-on-distorted-reality, based-on-novel, based-on-supposedly-true-story, bathroom, battle, betrayal, bible, billiards,

Technical Support
CAM:Arricam LT, Cooke S4 Lenses
CAM:Arricam ST, Cooke S4 Lenses
CAM:Arriflex 235, Cooke S4 Lenses
LAB:DeLuxe, Hollywood (CA), USA
LAB:EFILM Digital Laboratories, Hollywood (CA), USA - (digital intermediate)
MET:3950 m - (Portugal, 35 mm)
MET:4083 m - (Sweden)
OFM:35 mm - (Kodak Vision2 100T 5212, Vision2 200T 5217, Vision2 Expression 500T 5229, Vision 250D 5246)
PCS:Digital Intermediate - (4K) (master format)
PCS:Super 35 - (source format)
PFM:35 mm - (anamorphic) (Kodak Vision 2383)
PFM:D-Cinema
RAT:2.35 : 1



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Full Cast

  1. Adams, Paul (XVII) as (uncredited) [Grail Knight]
  2. Aubert, Yves as [Louvre Computer Cop] <37>
  3. Bark-Jones, David as [Hawker Pilot] <29>
  4. Barker, Tom (VI) as [Peasant Boy] <53>
  5. Benjamin, Didier Dell as (uncredited) [Student]
  6. Berteloot, Jean-Yves as [Remy Jean] <8>
  7. Bertenshaw, Michael as [Priest] <55>
  8. Bertrand, David (I) as [French Newscaster] <57>
  9. Bettany, Paul as [Silas] <5>
  10. Brown, Dan (VI) as [Book signing party guest] <58>
  11. Butler, Matthew (VI) as [Westminster Cop] <42>
  12. Carnelutti, Francesco as [Prefect] <13>
  13. Carter, Clive (I) as [Biggin Hill Police Captain] <21>
  14. Chicot, Etienne as [Lt. Collet] <9>
  15. Clark, Andy (XV) as (as Andrew Clark) [Docent] <16>
  16. Davidson, Scott (VI) as (uncredited) [French Detective]
  17. De Guillebon, Xavier as [Junkie] <27>
  18. Descanvelle, Tonio as [Bank Guard] <28>
  19. Drummond, Dez as [London Police] <39>
  20. Findlater, Neil as (uncredited) [Cardinal]
  21. Fosh, Christopher as (uncredited) [Armed Responce Police Officer]
  22. Gabel, Seth as [Michael] <14>
  23. George, Sean Francis as (uncredited) [Scribe]
  24. Graham, Kas as (uncredited) [Crusader]
  25. Grossi, Joe as [Old Church Official] <18>
  26. Guy-Bremond, Lionel as [Officer Ledoux] <36>
  27. Hanks, Tom as [Robert Langdon] <1>
  28. Hann, Paul (I) as (uncredited) [Policeman]
  29. Heathcote, Martin as (uncredited) [Arresting Police Officer]
  30. Herbert, Paul (IV) as (uncredited) [Sophie's Father]
  31. John-Leopoldie, Roland as [Student] <34>
  32. Klein, Arnaud as (uncredited) [French Police Officer]
  33. L Abidine, Dhaffer as (uncredited) [PTS Agent]
  34. Lillis, Andre as [Pope] <48>
  35. Little, Brock as [American Embassy Cop] <41>
  36. Lockwood, Simon as (uncredited) [Drug Addict]
  37. Mancuso, Sam (I) as [Pope] <47>
  38. Marielle, Jean-Pierre as [Jacques Saunière] <10>
  39. McGillivray, Rob as (uncredited) [Grail Knight]
  40. McKellen, Ian as [Sir Leigh Teabing] <3>
  41. Menou, Roland as [DCPJ Technician] <43>
  42. Mitchell, Hugh (I) as [Young Silas] <44>
  43. Molina, Alfred as [Bishop Manuel Aringarosa] <6>
  44. Pedrero, Peter as [Father of Silas] <46>
  45. Podalydès, Denis as [Flight Controller] <19>
  46. Prince, Clive as (uncredited) [Bus Passenger]
  47. Prochnow, Jürgen as [Andre Vernet] <7>
  48. Rees, Norman Campbell as (uncredited) [Passerby]
  49. Reno, Jean (I) as [Captain Bezu Fache] <4>
  50. Robb, Andy (I) as [Peasant Father] <52>
  51. Roper, Mark (II) as [London Police] <40>
  52. Rose, Charlie (II) as [Book signing party guest] <59>
  53. Sacks, Paul (I) as (uncredited) [Uniform Police Officer Outside Cathedral]
  54. Saracino, David as [DCPJ Agent] <35>
  55. Sciarappa, Fausto Maria as [Young Church Official] <17>
  56. Stone, Robert (IX) as (uncredited) [Priory Of Sion]
  57. Taylor, Harry (I) as [British Police Captain] <20>
  58. Tondowski, Dan as [Student] <32>
  59. Vernazza, Mario as [Young Constantine] <49>
  60. Wilson, Chris (XXIX) as (uncredited) [Newton Funeral Guest]
  61. Zaza, Shane as [Youth on Bus] <15>
  62. Audollent, Marie-Françoise as [Sister Sandrine] <11>
  63. Black, Rachael as [Policewoman] <38>
  64. Briand, Liliane as (uncredited) [Driver]
  65. Cachia, Anna as (uncredited) [Wedding Guest]
  66. Davies, Rita (I) as [Elegant Woman at Rosslyn] <12>
  67. Doidge-Hill, Daisy as [Sophie at 8 Years] <23>
  68. Edwards, Laine as (uncredited) [French Prostitute]
  69. Emanuel, Crisian as [Sophie's Mother] <25>
  70. Graham, Charlotte (IV) as [Mary Magdalene] <26>
  71. Howard, Cheryl (I) as (uncredited) [Person at Book-Signing Lecture]
  72. Huillet, Aewia as [Student] <33>
  73. Kelleher, Lilli Ella as (as Lilli-Ella Kelleher) [Sophie at 3 Years] <24>
  74. Maskell, Tina as [Mother of Silas] <45>
  75. Mazureck, Garance as [Sophie at 13 Years] <22>
  76. McEwan, Maggie as [Peasant Girl] <54>
  77. Natanson, Agathe as [Ritual Priestess] <50>
  78. Parker, Daz as [Peasant Mother] <51>
  79. Picknett, Lynn as (uncredited) [Bus Passenger]
  80. Rembauville-Nicolle, Eglantine as (as Eglantine Rembauville) [Student] <31>
  81. Tautou, Audrey as [Sophie Neveu] <2>
  82. Wildor, Sarah as [Priestess] <56>
  83. Wilson, Seretta as (as Serretta Wilson) [American Woman] <30>

Genres

  1. Mystery
  2. Thriller

Full Plot

Symbologist Robert Langdon is thrown into a mysterious and bizarre murder. Alongside Langdon is the victims granddaughter and cryptologist Sophie Neveu, who with Robert discovers clues within Da Vinci's paintings. To further find the truth, Robert and Sophie travel from Paris to London, whilst crossing paths with allies and villains such as Sir Leigh Teabing and Silas. Wherever their path takes them, their discovery which is about to be revealed could shake the foundations of mankind. simon Professor Robert Langdon is in Paris on business when he's summoned to The Louvre. A dead body has been found, setting Langdon off on an adventure as he attempts to unravel an ancient code and uncover the greatest mystery of all time. comicfan The story tells the investigation started by symbolist Robert Langdon and a good-looking cryptologist, Sophie Neveu, around the murder of a Museum Louvre's curator. In fact, the unfortunate murdered man was Sophie's grandfather, and the corpse was found with a series of symbols and codes, like a pentagram and a Fibonacci number sequence. But police detective Fache will begin to chase Langdon, who escapes after receiving a warning about the captain's real intentions. Sophie has with her a kind of key with dots and number 24 engraved on it, which opens to her and Langdon a big complex investigation that involves a supposedly heretic theory: Jesus Christ and Mary Magdalene were, in fact, a couple who produced a daughter named Sara. A millenarian sect called The Priory of Sion has kept for centuries the secret of that matter. A masochist and kind of psychopath albino monk, Sibilas, an Opus Dei member, will chase Langdon and Sophie as well, in order to impede that they solve the mystery of Christ and Mary Magdalene, and also the real meaning and location of the Holy Grail. A passionate British researcher, will help Langdon in his quest, revealing to them several symbolisms in Da Vinci's master work The Last Supper, traveling to mythical places in the UK, such as The Church Temple, where it is believed that a group of Templars Knights are buried, and Sir Isaac Newton's tomb at Westminster Abbey, where are located some of the main keys to solve the Holy Grail's mystery. Alejandro Frias When respected American religious symbology expert Dr. Robert Langdon is summoned to the Louvre by the French version of the FBI, led by Captain Bezu Fache, he soon discovered that he is the #1 suspect for the murder of a historian Langdon had been scheduled to meet with.. Assisted by a French cryptographer and government agent named Sophie, Langdon is challenged to decipher a chain of cryptic codes and puzzles, all the while trying to stay ahead of Fache's lawmen in a chase through the Louvre, and out into the Parisian cityscape, and finally across the channel to England. Can Langdon and Sophie decipher the nature of a secret dating back to Leonardo Da Vinci and earlier before those responsible for the historian's murder add them to their hit list..? Austin4577@aol.com While in Paris on business, Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon is informed that the elderly curator of the Louvre has been murdered inside the museum. Near the body, police have found a baffling cipher. Solving the enigmatic riddle, Langdon is stunned to discover it leads to a trail of clues hidden in the works of Da Vinci - clues visible for all to see, and yet ingeniously disguised by the painter. Langdon joins forces with a gifted French cryptologist, Sophie Neveu, and learns the late curator was involved in the Priory of Sion - an actual secret society. In a breathless race through Paris, London and beyond, Langdon and Neveu match wits with a faceless power broker who appears to work for Opus Dei - a clandestine, Vatican-sanctioned Catholic organization believed to have long plotted to seize the Priory's secret. Unless Langdon and Neveu can decipher the labyrinthine puzzle in time, the Priory's secret - and a stunning historical truth - will be lost forever. bondish Plot not found

Total Business

AD: 4,662,581 (Brazil) (3 September 2006) AD: 4,661,892 (Brazil) (27 August 2006) AD: 4,661,658 (Brazil) (20 August 2006) AD: 4,661,266 (Brazil) (13 August 2006) AD: 4,661,086 (Brazil) (6 August 2006) AD: 4,658,251 (Brazil) (30 July 2006) AD: 4,654,189 (Brazil) (23 July 2006) AD: 4,642,396 (Brazil) (16 July 2006) AD: 4,611,559 (Brazil) (9 July 2006) AD: 4,540,728 (Brazil) (2 July 2006) AD: 4,418,907 (Brazil) (25 June 2006) AD: 4,223,445 (Brazil) (18 June 2006) AD: 3,814,107 (Brazil) (11 June 2006) AD: 3,310,552 (Brazil) (4 June 2006) AD: 2,487,261 (Brazil) (28 May 2006) AD: 1,120,218 (Brazil) (21 May 2006) AD: 588,485 (France) (31 May 2006) AD: 1,106,299 (France) (24 May 2006) AD: 1,707,373 (France) (17 May 2006) AD: 5,637,275 (Germany) (31 December 2006) AD: 5,424,669 (Germany) (6 August 2006) AD: 5,311,715 (Germany) (30 July 2006) AD: 1,450,024 (Germany) (21 May 2006) AD: 1,089,648 (Netherlands) (31 December 2006) AD: 440,992 (Norway) (31 August 2006) AD: 403,418 (Norway) (7 July 2006) AD: 736,714 (Portugal) (19 July 2006) AD: 693,978 (Portugal) (28 June 2006) AD: 257,583 (Portugal) (24 May 2006) BT: USD 125,000,000 CP: 2006 Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (on print) GR: USD 217,536,138 (USA) (20 August 2006) GR: USD 217,250,093 (USA) (13 August 2006) GR: USD 216,838,676 (USA) (6 August 2006) GR: USD 216,385,837 (USA) (30 July 2006) GR: USD 215,874,848 (USA) (23 July 2006) GR: USD 214,891,691 (USA) (16 July 2006) GR: USD 213,210,326 (USA) (9 July 2006) GR: USD 211,239,443 (USA) (2 July 2006) GR: USD 205,589,742 (USA) (25 June 2006) GR: USD 198,767,811 (USA) (18 June 2006) GR: USD 189,171,331 (USA) (11 June 2006) GR: USD 171,966,151 (USA) (4 June 2006) GR: USD 144,918,409 (USA) (28 May 2006) GR: USD 77,073,388 (USA) (21 May 2006) GR: GBP 30,249,489 (UK) (23 July 2006) GR: GBP 30,160,669 (UK) (16 July 2006) GR: GBP 29,954,179 (UK) (9 July 2006) GR: GBP 29,631,260 (UK) (2 July 2006) GR: GBP 28,988,179 (UK) (25 June 2006) GR: GBP 28,049,336 (UK) (18 June 2006) GR: GBP 26,641,028 (UK) (11 June 2006) GR: GBP 24,844,089 (UK) (4 June 2006) GR: GBP 9,501,444 (UK) (21 May 2006) GR: USD 758,239,851 (Worldwide) (25 November 2011) GR: AUD 8,618,350 (Australia) (21 May 2006) GR: EUR 7,319,574 (Netherlands) (6 August 2006) GR: EUR 6,184,203 (Netherlands) (25 June 2006) GR: EUR 1,636,566 (Netherlands) (21 May 2006) GR: PHP 90,246,601 (Philippines) (18 June 2006) GR: PHP 88,271,942 (Philippines) (11 June 2006) GR: PHP 85,852,309 (Philippines) (4 June 2006) GR: PHP 76,015,692 (Philippines) (28 May 2006) GR: PHP 47,589,010 (Philippines) (21 May 2006) GR: EUR 3,212,036 (Portugal) (19 July 2006) GR: EUR 3,031,223 (Portugal) (28 June 2006) GR: EUR 1,126,743 (Portugal) (24 May 2006) OW: USD 77,073,388 (USA) (21 May 2006) (3,735 screens) OW: GBP 9,501,444 (UK) (21 May 2006) (523 screens) OW: AUD 8,618,350 (Australia) (21 May 2006) (561 screens) OW: EUR 1,636,566 (Netherlands) (21 May 2006) (143 screens) OW: PHP 47,589,010 (Philippines) (21 May 2006) (140 screens) SD: 8 July 2005 - ? WG: USD 167,071 (USA) (20 August 2006) (211 screens) WG: USD 234,745 (USA) (13 August 2006) WG: USD 302,142 (USA) (6 August 2006) (287 screens) WG: USD 245,956 (USA) (30 July 2006) (201 screens) WG: USD 470,930 (USA) (23 July 2006) (322 screens) WG: USD 900,448 (USA) (16 July 2006) (700 screens) WG: USD 1,321,762 (USA) (9 July 2006) WG: USD 2,425,158 (USA) (2 July 2006) (1,384 screens) WG: USD 4,050,844 (USA) (25 June 2006) (1,911 screens) WG: USD 5,266,560 (USA) (18 June 2006) (2,413 screens) WG: USD 10,443,347 (USA) (11 June 2006) (3,319 screens) WG: USD 18,610,187 (USA) (4 June 2006) (3,757 screens) WG: USD 42,437,372 (USA) (28 May 2006) WG: USD 77,073,388 (USA) (21 May 2006) (3,735 screens) WG: GBP 29,644 (UK) (23 July 2006) (43 screens) WG: GBP 50,745 (UK) (16 July 2006) (79 screens) WG: GBP 121,850 (UK) (9 July 2006) (140 screens) WG: GBP 232,040 (UK) (2 July 2006) (309 screens) WG: GBP 439,000 (UK) (25 June 2006) (365 screens) WG: GBP 671,913 (UK) (18 June 2006) (428 screens) WG: GBP 757,292 (UK) (11 June 2006) (476 screens) WG: GBP 1,901,702 (UK) (4 June 2006) (517 screens) WG: GBP 42,437,372 (UK) (28 May 2006) (3,754 screens) WG: GBP 9,501,444 (UK) (21 May 2006) (523 screens) WG: AUD 8,618,350 (Australia) (21 May 2006) (561 screens) WG: EUR 111,728 (Netherlands) (6 August 2006) (82 screens) WG: EUR 231,931 (Netherlands) (25 June 2006) (140 screens) WG: EUR 1,636,566 (Netherlands) (21 May 2006) (143 screens) WG: PHP 47,589,010 (Philippines) (21 May 2006) (140 screens)

Movie Certificate

15A (Ireland)
M (Australia)
M (New Zealand)
15 (Norway)
K-15 (Finland)
12 (Germany)
K-15 (Finland)
15 (South Korea)
NC-16 (Singapore)
12A (UK)
M/12 (Portugal)
12 (Switzerland)(canton of Geneva)
12 (Switzerland)(canton of Vaud)
18PL (Malaysia)
R-18 (Philippines)
13 (Argentina)
14 (Brazil)
12 (Netherlands)
PG-13 (USA)(certificate #41475)
15 (Poland)
PG-13 (Venezuela)
11 (Sweden)
14A (Canada)(British Columbia/Ontario)
B15 (Mexico)
16 (Hungary)
A (India)
13 (Spain)
IIA (Hong Kong)
14 (Iceland)(original rating)
13 (China)
14 (Peru)
T (Italy)
PG-12 (Taiwan)

Music Composers

  1. Zimmer, Hans

Cinematographers

  1. Totino, Salvatore (director of photography)

Dress Designers

  1. Orlandi, Daniel

Distributors

Buena Vista International [ch] - (2006) (Switzerland) (theatrical)
Columbia Pictures [us] - (2006) (USA) (theatrical) (a Sony Pictures Entertainment company)
Columbia TriStar Film Distributors International [sg] - (2006) (Singapore) (theatrical)
Falcon [cz] - (2006) (Czech Republic) (theatrical)
Gaumont/Columbia TriStar Films [fr] - (2006) (France) (theatrical)
LK-TEL [ar] - (2006) (Argentina) (DVD)
LK-TEL [ar] - (2006) (Argentina) (VHS)
Miranca [jp] - (2006) (Japan) (DVD)
Nelonen [fi] - (2009) (2010) (Finland) (TV)
Nordisk Film [fi] - (2006) (Finland) (theatrical)
RTL Entertainment [nl] - (2008) (Netherlands) (TV) (first national airing) (RTL4)
Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE) [us] - (2006) (worldwide) (all media)
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment Nordic [fi] - (2006) (Finland) (DVD) (2-disc edition)
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment Nordic [fi] - (2009) (Finland) (DVD) (4-disc edition) (Blu-ray) (2-disc edition)
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment [br] - (2006) (Brazil) (DVD)
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment [ca] - (2006) (Canada) (DVD)
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment [de] - (2006) (Germany) (DVD)
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment [nl] - (2006) (Netherlands) (DVD)
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment [nl] - (2007) (Netherlands) (DVD)
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment [nl] - (2009) (Netherlands) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment [us] - (2006) (USA) (DVD)
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment [us] - (2009) (USA) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
Sony Pictures Releasing [de] - (2006) (Germany) (theatrical)
Sony Pictures Releasing [gb] - (2006) (UK) (theatrical)
Sony Pictures Releasing [it] - (2006) (Italy) (theatrical)
Sony Pictures Releasing [nl] - (2006) (Netherlands) (theatrical)
Sony Pictures Releasing [se] - (2006) (Sweden) (theatrical)
Sony Pictures Releasing [sg] - (2006) (Singapore) (theatrical)
Sony Pictures Releasing [us] - (2006) (USA) (theatrical)
Sony Pictures [se] - (2009) (Sweden) (DVD) (extended cut)
Sony Pictures [se] - (2009) (Sweden) (DVD) (extended cut) (Blu-ray)
Star Channel Hi-Vision [jp] - (2007) (Japan) (TV)
Universal Pictures Nordic [se] - (2006) (Sweden) (DVD) (extended cut)

Film Editors

  1. Hanley, Daniel P. (as Dan Hanley)
  2. Hill, Mike (I)

Misc

  1. Agius, Pierre (assistant location manager) (uncredited)
  2. Aitken, Sophie (II) (caterer)
  3. Aitken, Sophie (II) (craft service)
  4. Aldington, Clare (production assistant)
  5. Anastasi, Rebecca (production assistant) (uncredited)
  6. Anderson, Kirsten (I) (first assistant accountant)
  7. Armstrong Stein, Kimi (assistant: Mr. Grazer) (as Kimi Armstrong)
  8. Baker, Vanessa (I) (looping group)
  9. Baldwin, Fiona (production assistant)
  10. Barlow, Joe (II) (set production assistant) (uncredited)
  11. Bell, Stephanie (II) (armory painter) (uncredited)
  12. Black, Samantha (I) (production coordinator: second unit) (uncredited)
  13. Bodelot, Christine (production accountant: France)
  14. Boussac, Arnaud (assistant location manager) (uncredited)
  15. Bray, Rupert (location manager: second unit, UK)
  16. Breckman, Sam (location manager)
  17. Brown, Dan (VI) (additional codes)
  18. Brown, Hannah (I) (production assistant)
  19. Burnham, Julie (unit nurse: second unit) (uncredited)
  20. Byles, Adam (floor runner: second unit) (uncredited)
  21. Carrier, Neal (accounting clerk) (uncredited)
  22. Carruthers, Gavin (production assistant)
  23. Cassidy, Carmel (assistant accountant)
  24. Charrier, Christine (production secretary: France)
  25. Coghlan, Diarmuid (accounting assistant) (uncredited)
  26. Coghlan, Fergal (accounting clerk) (uncredited)
  27. Coulogner, Perrine (assistant location manager) (uncredited)
  28. Culp, Anna (additional codes)
  29. Dance, Suzanne D. (police technical advisor) (uncredited)
  30. Delooz, Sarah (assistant location manager) (uncredited)
  31. DeMarco, Jim (assistant accountant) (as James DeMarco)
  32. Donnison, Brendan (looping group)
  33. Dowding, Janie (production assistant)
  34. Dunn, Piers (location manager)
  35. Dyer, Penny (dialect coach)
  36. Edwards, Judith (construction nurse) (uncredited)
  37. Ellul, Wesley (production assistant) (uncredited)
  38. Engelen, Sam (assistant: Mr. Goldsman)
  39. Formosa Randon, Joseph (location manager: Malta)
  40. Formosa, Mavis (assistant production coordinator) (uncredited)
  41. Foulatier, Nicolas (location manager: Paris)
  42. Galea, Rita (production coordinator: Malta)
  43. Gaspar, Joshua Cassar (production assistant) (uncredited)
  44. Gautier, Isabelle (I) (key location manager: France)
  45. Giraudeau, Alexis (location production assistant) (uncredited)
  46. Glor, Flax (publicist) (uncredited)
  47. Goosen, Michael (production controller)
  48. Govignon, Eric (location production assistant) (uncredited)
  49. Green, Jess (accountant runner) (uncredited)
  50. Gregory, Nicky (unit nurse) (as Nicola Gregory)
  51. Grenaud, Laurent (location manager: France)
  52. Grousset, Jacques (caterer: France)
  53. Grousset, Jacques (craft service: France)
  54. Grousset, Jean-Louise (caterer: France) (as Jean-Louis Grousset)
  55. Grousset, Jean-Louise (craft service: France) (as Jean-Louis Grousset)
  56. Hausmann, Alan (armorer)
  57. Hawden, Victoria (II) (production coordinator)
  58. Hood, Sarah (I) (additional set runner) (uncredited)
  59. Horwood, Jason (stand-in) (uncredited)
  60. Hudson, Spencer (I) (consultant) (uncredited)
  61. Hue, Pierre (assistant location manager) (uncredited)
  62. Hunt, Sarah (I) (construction accountant) (uncredited)
  63. Jack, Paula (I) (additional dialect coach) (uncredited)
  64. Jaynes, Francesca (choreographer) (uncredited)
  65. Jordan, Vince (I) (caterer)
  66. Jordan, Vince (I) (craft service)
  67. Kalindjian, Claudia (unit publicist)
  68. Kemp, Lynne (production assistant) (uncredited)
  69. King, Karen (VII) (consultant)
  70. Komornicki, Nick (armorer)
  71. Kozma, Rita (payroll accountant)
  72. Leakey, Deborah (first assistant accountant) (uncredited)
  73. Lobban, Philip (location scout) (uncredited)
  74. Madden, Andy (I) (production assistant)
  75. Malaret, Ruben (publicist) (uncredited)
  76. Malhotra, Frankie (production assistant) (uncredited)
  77. Mallinson, Polly (assistant: Mr. Hanks)
  78. Markova, Sasha (assistant: Mr. Bettany)
  79. McBrien, Richard (II) (consultant) (as Father Richard McBrien)
  80. Medwid, Lisa (executive: Skylark Productions)
  81. Micco, Stephanie (location runner) (uncredited)
  82. Miles, Laura (I) (script supervisor daily) (uncredited)
  83. Moore, Chris (XII) (assistant location manager) (as Christopher Moore)
  84. Moreteau, Jean-Philippe (assistant location manager) (uncredited)
  85. Muggoch, Duncan (location manager)
  86. Muro, Tony (publicist) (uncredited)
  87. Nixon, John (III) (armorer) (uncredited)
  88. North, Frédéric (aerial coordinator) (uncredited)
  89. Nwanguma, Omelihu (production assistant) (as Mel Nwanguma)
  90. Oh, Jae-sung (set production assistant: model unit) (as Jae Oh)
  91. Oliver, Anji (assistant production coordinator)
  92. Ordonez, Sebastien (production assistant) (uncredited)
  93. Pearson-Smith, Laura (set production assistant) (uncredited)
  94. Penn, Annie (script supervisor)
  95. Phelps, James (I) (runner) (uncredited)
  96. Pinkus, David (daily crowd production assistant) (uncredited)
  97. Plessas, Peggy (dialect coach) (as Peggy Hall Plessas)
  98. Ravot, Mélanie (assistant location manager: France) (uncredited)
  99. Rees, Norman Campbell (stand-in) (uncredited)
  100. Sareh, Bachir (assistant location manager) (uncredited)
  101. Servanin, Olivier (location manager: Paris)
  102. Shier, Ivor (helicopter pilot) (uncredited)
  103. Sillery, David (assistant to armorer) (uncredited)
  104. Singer, Talley (assistant: Mr. Hallowell)
  105. Spiteri, Charmaine (assistant accountant) (uncredited)
  106. Staines, Simon (creative supervisor: Useful Companies) (uncredited)
  107. Stevenson, Luke (I) (production assistant)
  108. Teeuw, Adam (production assistant)
  109. Tucker, Tracey (assistant location manager)
  110. Valentine, Sara-Jane (computer and video coordinator: Useful Companies) (uncredited)
  111. Viano, Franck (assistant: Mr. Reno)
  112. Wade, Louise (script supervisor: second unit, UK)
  113. Weissman, Mindy (assistant to producers)
  114. Welch, Rachel (assistant accountant) (uncredited)
  115. Weyers, Alexandra (location manager: France)
  116. Wheeler, Jason (III) (locations) (uncredited)
  117. Whitman, Margaret (assistant: Mr. Howard) (as Margaret E. Whitman)
  118. Wild, Richard (II) (weather consultant) (uncredited)
  119. Wright, Sandie (production assistant) (uncredited)
  120. Yip, Eileen (production assistant)
  121. Yolanda, Galea (assistant accountant) (uncredited)

Quotes

Robert Langdon: You are the secret. Sir Leigh Teabing: [to Sophie] Can you keep secrets? Can you hear a thing and never say it again? And puzzles and codes, I imagine they lay down to you like lovers. Robert Langdon: Women are a huge threat to the Church. Silas: Job 38:11. Do you know it sister? Sister Sandrine: Job 38:11. 'Hitherto shalt thou come, but no further.' Silas: 'But no further'. Do you mock me? Silas: You, cripple. Put the keystone on the table. Sir Leigh Teabing: You will not succeed. Only the worthy can unlock the stone. Robert Langdon: It hides beneath the rose. Robert Langdon: [reading off papyrus scroll] The holy grail 'neath ancient Roslin waits. The blade and chalice guarding o'er her gates. Adorned in masters' loving art, she lies. She rests at last beneath the starry skys. [first lines] Silas: Stop now. Tell me where it is. [removes hood] Silas: You and your brethren possess what is not rightfully yours. Jacques Saunire: I don't know what you are talking about. Silas: Is it a secret you will die for? Jacques Saunire: Please... Silas: As you wish. [cocks gun] Sophie Neveu: [rips the tape off Silas's mouth] Did you kill Jacques Saunire? [no answer] Sophie Neveu: Did you kill Jacques Saunire? Silas: I am the messenger of God. Sophie Neveu: [slaps him across the face] Did you kill my grandfather? Silas: I am the messenger... [Sophie slaps him again] Silas: Each breath you take is a sin. No shadow will be safe again, for you will be hunted by angels. Sophie Neveu: You believe in God? Your God doesn't forgive murderers... he burns them. Silas: [to Sophie] Do not move, woman. [to Teabing] Cripple, put the box on the table. Sir Leigh Teabing: What, this trifle? Perhaps we can make a financial arrangement. Silas: Put the keystone on the table. Sir Leigh Teabing: You will not succeed. Only the worthy can unlock the stone. [Silas turns gun on Teabing, pulls hammer back] Robert Langdon: It's an old wives' tale. Sir Leigh Teabing: The original one, in fact! Robert Langdon: I've got to get to a library... Fast! Robert Langdon: What really matters is what you believe. Bishop Aringarosa: [to Silas after being shot] We are betrayed, my son. Sir Leigh Teabing: If it's that important to stop us, you'll have to shoot us. [Points to Remy] You can start with him. Sophie Neveu: It's a cryptex. Da Vinci's design. Saunire made me one for my birthday once. Robert Langdon: My grandfather gave me a wagon. Remy Jean: I could run them over. Sir Leigh Teabing: And this is from the gospel of Mary Magdalene herself. Sophie Neveu: She wrote a gospel? Robert Langdon: She may have. Sir Leigh Teabing: Robert, will you fight fair? Robert Langdon: She *may* have. Sir Leigh Teabing: Did that old cannabis charge finally catch up with me? Robert Langdon: So dark the con of man... Sophie Neveu: Professor Langdon, you are in grave danger. Robert Langdon: The ancient male symbol was the blade, it's a basic phallus. It's still used today on military uniforms. Sir Leigh Teabing: Yes, and the more penises you have, the higher your rank. Boys will be boys! Sir Leigh Teabing: The more penises you have, the higher your rank. Robert Langdon: The Holy Grail 'neath ancient Rosslyn waits / The blade and chalice watch o'er her gates / Adorned by masters loving art she lies / As she rests beneath the starry skies. [last lines] Robert Langdon: She rests at last beneath starry skies. Sir Leigh Teabing: As long as there has been one true God, there has been killing in his name. Sophie Neveu: We are who we protect, I think. Silas: Each breath you take is a sin. No shadow will be safe again, for you will be hunted by angels. Sophie Neveu: We are what we protect, what we stand up for [dying] Silas: Soy phantasma! [Langdon is speaking into the intercom at the gate of Teabing's house] Sir Leigh Teabing: Robert! Do I owe you money? Robert Langdon: Leigh, my friend. Care to open up for an old colleague? Sir Leigh Teabing: Of course. [Robert goes to shut the car door] Sir Leigh Teabing: But first, a test of honor. Three questions. Robert Langdon: [somewhat annoyed] Fire away! Sir Leigh Teabing: Your first: shall I serve coffee or tea? Robert Langdon: Tea, of course. Sir Leigh Teabing: Excellent! Second: milk or lemon? Robert Langdon: That would depend on the tea. Sir Leigh Teabing: Correct! And now the third and most grave of inquiries. In which year did a Harvard sculler outrow an Oxford man at Henley? Robert Langdon: [reluctantly] Surely such a travesty has never occurred. Sir Leigh Teabing: Your heart is true. You may pass. Robert Langdon: [during a very bumpy ride in a jeep] Jesus! Sir Leigh Teabing: Apropos. Sophie Neveu: Hey! [Langdon turns around] Sophie Neveu: [after learning that she is the heir, puts her foot into a small lake to see if she could walk on water] Maybe I'll do better with the wine... Bishop Aringarosa: [to Silas] You are an angel! [repeated line] Silas: I am a ghost. Robert Langdon: Why is it divine or human? Can't human be divine? Sir Leigh Teabing: It is called scotoma. The mind sees what it wants to see. Sister Sandrine: [Her last lines to Silas] Jesus had but one true message, and I cannot see that in Opus Dei. [He kills her with the "keystone"] Sister Sandrine: Job 38:11. Hitherto shalt thou come, but no further. Robert Langdon: There was every orb conceivable on that tomb except one: The orb which fell from the heavens and inspired Newtons life's work. Work that incurred the wrath of the church until his dying day. A-P-P-L-E. Apple. Sophie Neveu: What artifact? I've never heard about any of this. Robert Langdon: Yes, you have. Almost everyone on Earth has. You just know it as the Holy Grail. Captain Bezu Fache: You used me. Bishop Aringarosa: God uses us all! Silas: You... are 'Teacher'? Remy Jean: Yes.

Other Titles

  1. Da Vinci Code (2006) (ENG)
    (France)

  2. Il codice Da Vinci (2006) (ENG)
    (Italy)

  3. The Da Vinci Code - Sakrileg (2006) (ENG)
    (Germany)

  4. The DaVinci Code (2006) (ENG)
    (International: English title) (alternative spelling)

Shooting/Filming Locations

  1. Albert R. Broccoli 007 Stage, Pinewood Studios, Iver Heath, Buckinghamshire, England, UK - (studio) (interiors: The Louvre gallery)
  2. Belvoir Castle, Belvoir, Leicestershire, England, UK - (aerial shots of Castel Gandolfo)
  3. Biggin Hill Airport, Biggin Hill, Kent, England, UK
  4. Burghley House, Cambridgeshire, England, UK - (as Castel Gandolfo/garages at Chateau Villette/Saunieres country-side retreat)
  5. Caledonian Hilton Hotel, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
  6. Chateau de Villette, Condecourt, Val-d'Oise, France
  7. Docklands, Poplar, London, England, UK
  8. Eglise Saint-Sulpice, Paris 6, Paris, France - (exteriors)
  9. Fairfield Halls, Croydon, London, England, UK
  10. Lincoln Cathedral, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England, UK
  11. London, England, UK
  12. Malta
  13. Midlothian, Scotland, UK
  14. Musée du Louvre, Paris 1, Paris, France
  15. Palais-Royal, Place du Palais Royal, Paris 1, Paris, France
  16. Paris, France
  17. Pinewood Studios, Iver Heath, Buckinghamshire, England, UK - (studio)
  18. Ritz Hotel, Paris, France
  19. Rosslyn Chapel, Midlothian, Scotland, UK
  20. Shepperton Studios, Shepperton, Surrey, England, UK - (studio)
  21. Shoreham Airport, Shoreham-by-Sea, West Sussex, England, UK - (French airport)
  22. Temple Church, Temple, Holborn, London, England, UK
  23. Westminster Abbey, Westminster, London, England, UK - (exteriors)
  24. Winchester Cathedral, Winchester, Hampshire, England, UK

Trivia

- _"24" (2001)_ (qv) creator 'Joel Surnow' (qv) thought that "The DaVinci Code" would provide a great storyline for the show's third season. Surnow asked his boss, producer 'Brian Grazer' (qv) about acquiring the film rights to the book. Author 'Dan Brown (VI)' (qv) had no intention of his book being adapted for a TV show, and rejected their bid. Months later, Sony Pictures paid $6 million for the book and hired Grazer as producer.

- France's Culture Ministry granted permission for limited access for the film crew to film inside the Louvre at night.

- 'Hans Zimmer' (qv) replaced 'James Horner' (qv) (long time collaborator with 'Ron Howard (I)' (qv)), while Horner took the offer to compose the music for _The New World (2005)_ (qv), when Zimmer couldn't accept it, because of scheduling conflicts.

- Officials from Britain's Westminster Abbey refused to allow filming to take place in the Abbey, claiming that the book is "theologically unsound". Instead, the filming took place at Lincoln Cathedral in eastern England.

- 'Julie Delpy' (qv) and 'Kate Beckinsale' (qv) were two of the original people thought of for the role of Sophie. Delpy wanted the role badly and lobbied for it,

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