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A murder in Paris’ Louvre Museum and cryptic clues in some of Leonardo da Vinci’s most famous paintings lead to the discovery of a religious mystery. For 2,000 years a secret society closely guards information that — should it come to light — could rock the very foundations of Christianity.
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Tom Hanks (Robert Langdon), Audrey Tautou (Sophie Neveu), Ian McKellen (Sir Leigh Teabing), Jean Reno (Captain Bezu Fache), Paul Bettany (Silas), Alfred Molina (Bishop Manuel Aringarosa), Jürgen Prochnow (André Vernet) more..., Jean-Yves Berteloot (Rémy Jean), Etienne Chicot (Lt. Collet), Jean-Pierre Marielle (Jacques Saunière), Marie-Françoise Audollent (Sister Sandrine), Rita Davies (Elegant Woman at Rosslyn), Francesco Carnelutti (Perfect), Seth Gabel (Michael), Shane Zaza (Youth on Bus), Andy Clark (Docent), Fausto Maria Sciarappa (Youngest Church Official), Joe Grossi (Old Church Official), Denis Podalydès (Flight Controller), Harry Taylor (British Police Captain), Clive Carter (Biggin Hill Police Captain), Garance Mazureck (Sophie at 13 Years), Daisy Doidge-Hill (Sophie at 8 Years), Lilli-Ella Kelleher (Sophie at 3 Years), Crisian Emanuel (Sophie's Mother), Charlotte Graham (Mary Magdelene), Xavier de Guillebon (Junkie), Tonio Descanvelle (Bank Guard), David Bark-Jones (Hawker Pilot), Seretta Wilson (American Woman), Eglantine Rembauville-Nicolle (Student), Dan Tondowski (Student), Aewia Huillet (Student), Roland John-Leopoldie (Student), David Saracino (DCPJ Agent), Lionel Guy-Bremond (Officer Ledoux), Yves Aubert (Louvre Computer Cop), Rachael Black (Policewoman), Dez Drummond (London Police), Mark Roper (London Police) and others.
Akiva Goldsman (Screenplay), John Calley (Producer), Dan Brown (Executive Producer), Brian Grazer (Producer), Todd Hallowell (Executive Producer), Ron Howard (Producer), Hans Zimmer (Original Music Composer) more..., Salvatore Totino (Director of Photography), Daniel P. Hanley (Editor), Mike Hill (Editor), Janet Hirshenson (Casting), John Hubbard (Casting), Allan Cameron (Production Design), Giles Masters (Art Direction), Tony Reading (Art Direction), Richard Roberts (Set Decoration), Daniel Orlandi (Costume Design), Paul Gooch (Makeup Artist), Paul Gooch (Creature Design), Nigel Gostelow (Unit Production Manager), Joseph Jayawardena (Unit Production Manager), Kathleen McGill (Unit Production Manager), Suzie F. Wiesmann (Production Supervisor), Christophe Danchaud (Makeup Artist), Carmel Jackson (Makeup Artist), Daniel C. Striepeke (Makeup Artist), Veronica McAleer (Hairstylist), Belinda Parish (Hairstylist), José Martin Romero (Hairstylist), Norma Webb (Hairstylist), Sam Breckman (Production Manager), Anna Skrein (Art Department Coordinator), Alex Cameron (Assistant Art Director), Patricia Johnson (Assistant Art Director), James Gemmill (Scenic Artist), Martin Smeaton (Sculptor), Anthony J. Ciccolini III (Supervising Sound Editor), Rickley W. Dumm (Sound Effects Editor), Donald Flick (Sound Effects Editor), Daniel Pagan (Sound Designer) and others.
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Robert Langdon and Sophoe discuss the matter with Captain Bezu Fache.
Robert Langdon and Sophie Neveu find clues in Rosslyn Chapel.
Robert Langdon and Sophie Neveu say goodbye.
The opening lecture of Robert Langdon.
Robert Langdon and Sophie Neveu hope to find some answers at the tomb of Sir Isaac Newton in Westminster Abbey.
Robert Langdon is taken to the Louvre Museum because the police want to question him about the murder that has taken place.