The Da Vinci Code

Trivia: The film was shot under the fake working title "Rose Line".

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Trivia: The bruise on Silas' temple is in the shape of a cross. The cut on Sophie's neck is in the shape of a chalice.

Trivia: At the reception after Langdon's speech Dan Brown can be seen amongst the guests. (00:05:05)


Trivia: When Langdon and Sophie are talking in the bathroom, look at the wall tiles. It's the blade and chalice.

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Trivia: The poster outside the elevator in the Louvre advertising the Caravaggio exhibit features Caravaggio's "The Boy in the Well", referencing the incident in Langdon's childhood.

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Trivia: References to supposed Priory of Sion members are scattered throughout the film. For example, Botticelli's Venus graces the cover of Langdon's book "The Sacred Feminine" and there is a poster on the streets of Paris for Les Miserables, by Victor Hugo.

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Trivia: Multiple churches and religious buildings refused to let the production shoot on their premises due to the "blasphemous" premise of the book. As a result, many buildings had to be created with CGI, which is noticeable throughout the film.

Continuity mistake: When Teabing rolls the Cryptex to Langdon near the end of the movie, in one shot we see that the Cryptex rolls to a stop about 6 inches from Langdon's knee, but when the shot changes to an overhead view we see the Cryptex is now suddenly at least 2 feet from Langdon. Then the shot changes again and its now more like a foot from him.


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Question: As Robert Langdon sinks to his knees on top of the Louvre at the very end of the film over Mary Magdalene's tomb, what is the music playing? It's very uplifting and would logically be the last track on the soundtrack, but on listening to a sample on iTunes, the style of the tracks seem completely different.


Chosen answer: The track is "Chevaliers de Sangreal" on the official soundtrack. It's the second to the last track (13).

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