• I believe the Vatican did right to ban it. Dan Brown has made very much money at the expense of the Catholic Faith, enough is enough. Regards.
  • Of course the Vatican banned filming in churches in Vatican City and Rome. It doesn't surprise me at all. Although fictional, it does depict gruesome and brutal murders of Catholic cardinals, not to mention the poisoning of a Pope and the Camerlengo as being the product of artificial insemination (banned by the Catholic Church). I am, however, looking forward to the movie and hoping that it is better than The Da Vinci Code.

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