Movie The DaVinci Code
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  • Sir Ian McKellan and Paul Bettany also put in some strong performances, but in my opinion it is Jean Reno who delivered the best performance

    • by Sarah Roberts
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      I was apprehensive about watching ‘The DaVinci Code’ as books turned into movies rarely translate well to the big screen. I must admit, though, that I was pleasantly surprised.

      Tom Hanks stars as Robert Langdon, a professor of cryptology, who is the chief suspect in the murder of Jacques Sauniere, the curator of


      the Louvre.

      Together with Sauniere’s granddaughter Sophie Neveau, played by the beautiful Audrey Tautou, they must crack the code left behind by the murdered curator to discover a huge secret kept hidden for centuries.

      Hanks is surprisingly good as Langdon - he portrays the professor as a more bookish character than in Dan ...


      • Brown’s book, but this works well for the film.

        Tautou plays Neveau as a fragile but emotionally strong woman who must keep herself together in the wake of her grandfather’s death.

        Sir Ian McKellan and Paul Bettany also put in some strong performances, but in my opinion it is Jean Reno who

        delivered the best performance.

        He plays Bezu Fache, the police officer in charge of the murder investigation, and portrays him as a determined, resolute character with strong beliefs and a desire to do the right thing.

        ‘The DaVinci Code’ is a good film with strong acting, stunning scenery and a haunting musical score.

        Highly recommended.




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