Wednesday, May 03, 2006

Da Vinci Code popularity a sign of trouble for religion: director

TORONTO (AFP) - A new documentary film screened this week in Toronto about author Dan Brown's hugely popular "The Da Vinci Code" reveals a widespread dissatisfaction with organized religion, the director told AFP. "This was a spiritual road trip, a search for meaning," said Emmy award-winning veteran director Jonathan Stack at the packed screening of his film "Secrets of the Code" at Toronto's Hot Docs film festival. Many documentaries have been made about the book, he said, but their aim was to debunk it. [More]


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