The Da Vinci Code: The Da Vinci Sets

Synopsis: We get remarks from Ron Howard, Todd Hallowell, Ian McKellen and Allan Cameron on the various sets that show up in the movie.
Genre: Short
9 min

Stop now.

Tell me where it is.

You and your brethren possess

what is not rightfully yours.

I don't know what

you are talking about.

Is it a secret you will die for?

- Please.

- As you wish.


My God, forgive me.

In the sacristy...

...the church of Saint-Sulpice,

is the Rose Line.

Beneath the Rose.

Thank you.

Thank you.

Thank you.

Symbols are a language that

can help us understand our past.

As the saying goes,

a picture says a thousand words...

...but which words?

Interpret for me, please, this symbol.

First thing that comes to mind.

- Hatred, racism.

- Ku Klux Klan.

Yes, yes, interesting. But they would

disagree with you in Spain.

There, they are robes

worn by priests.

Now this symbol. Anyone?


In English, please.

Devil's pitchfork.

Poor, poor Poseidon.

That is his trident. A symbol of power

to millions of the ancients.

Now this symbol.

- Madonna and child.

- Faith. Christianity.

No. No, it's the pagan god

Horus and his mother, Isis...

...centuries before

the birth of Christ.

Understanding our past

determines actively...

...our ability to understand

the present.

So how do we sift truth from belief?

How do we write our own histories,

personally or culturally...

...and thereby define ourselves?

How do we penetrate years,

centuries, of historical distortion... find original truth?

Tonight, this will be our quest.

My son is a student

of yours at Harvard.

- Michael Culp? He adores you.

- Oh, yeah.

He says you're the best teacher

he's ever had.

Ms. Culp, I think I already gave

Michael an A-minus.

He told me. Thank you.

Mr. Langdon?


Bonjour, professor.

I'm Lieutenant Collet from DCPJ.

A kind of French FBI.

Will you take a look

at this photo, please?

My police chief, Capitaine Fache,

had hoped...

...considering your expertise

and the markings on the body... might assist us.

Will you excuse me a moment?

I was supposed to have

drinks with him.

Yes, we know.

We found your name

in his daily planner.

He never showed.

I waited for over an hour.

Why would someone do this to him?

Oh, you misunderstand, professor.

He was shot, yes.

But what you see

in the photograph...

...Monsieur Saunire did to himself.

Teacher, all four are dead.

The snchaux and the

Grand Master himself.

Then I assume

you have the location.

Confirmed by all.


I had feared the Priory's penchant

for secrecy might prevail.

The prospect of death

is strong motivation.

It is here.

In Paris, Teacher.

It hides beneath the Rose

in Saint-Sulpice.

You will go forth, Silas.

I chastise my body.

Capitaine Fache is waiting for you.


- Mr. Langdon.

- Yes.

I'm Captain Bezu Fache.

You like our pyramid?

It's magnificent.

A scar on the face of Paris.

After me, please.

It's the pairing

of those two pyramids.

It's unique.

The two are geometric echoes.


I'm not sure how much help

I'm gonna be here this evening.

How well did you know the curator?

Not very well.

Frankly, I was surprised

when he contacted me.

Could we take the stairs?

So Saunire requested

tonight's meeting.


How? Did he call you?

E-mail. He heard I was in Paris.

Had something to discuss.


You seem uncomfortable.

The Grand Gallery.

This is where you found the body.

How would you know that?

I recognize the parquet floor

from the Polaroid. It's unmistakable.

Dear God.

Let's cover the talking points again,

Your Eminence.

Many call Opus Dei

a brainwashing cult.

Others, an ultraconservative

Christian secret society.

Obviously, some people fear

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