Monday, May 22, 2006

Samoa bans 'The Da Vinci Code' screenings

WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AFP) - The Samoa Censorship Board has reportedly banned all public showings of the "The Da Vinci Code" after church leaders watched a special screening of the film. The website said the ban came after the government censor's office invited leaders of the Samoa Council of Churches to watch a preview over the weekend at the country's only cinema. "The Da Vinci Code" novel by Dan Brown has been a bestseller in the predominantly Christian South Pacific island nation. [More]


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