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Comments about the soundtrack for The Da Vinci Code (Hans Zimmer)

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Re: A balanced view?
• Posted by: David S.
• Date: Thursday, May 18, 2006, at 2:43 p.m.
• IP Address: zone-7.jesus.cam.ac.uk
• In Response to: A balanced view? (Michael Horne)

* I have read the book.
* I am not a Christian or I am not a Catholic.

> just because Hans Zimmer wrote the music to the film doesn't mean he
> necessarily believes what Dan Brown wrote.
I perfectly agree and I belive this might the true rationale behind this eassy.

> But, honestly, if you read the book as a Christian you come away with 'Well
> that was exciting, but it doesn't change the way I feel or what I believe.'
> It's a _theory_
I am not a Christian, but I am Cambridge Computer Scientist and can I can tell you that Dan Brown's Digital Fortress is just mix of abosutely incorecly interpreted facts. Overall it is complete nonsence and the only true statement is that NSA exists. The statement that he used reliable information from former NSA empoyees is just to make people believe. However, I still really enyojed the book anyway and I would recomend it.

So, do not panic after reading any of Dan Brown's books. Rellax and enjoy.

And do not attack anyone who has anything in common with Dan Brown :-)

David




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