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A documentary tie-in with author Dan Burstein's best-selling novel of the same name, award-winning filmmakers Jonathan Stack and Jeff Swimmer's film explores the compelling ideas set forth in Dan Brown's phenomenal successful book The DaVinci Code. Actress Susan Sarandon narrates as the filmmakers not only explore the controversy surrounding The Davinci Code, but the curious influence it has had on religion in the modern world as well. By speaking with respected theologians, psychologists, performers, social commentators, and everyday people, Stack and Swimmer explore the theory that people frequently turn to the gospel in search of direction, and how the symbols, archetypal imagery, stories, and sacred knowledge of religions affect followers on both conscious and an unconscious levels.