posted on Jan, 7 2009 @ 11:59 AM
I found out about this documentary during the summer. Forgot about it until I saw it in blockbuster and rented it this weekend.
Inspired by The Divinci Code (IMO an awful book and a complete rip off of Holy Blood, Holy Grail) and Holy Blood, Holy Grail.
From the Apple Trailer Website :
BLOODLINE follows documentary filmmaker, Bruce Burgess, into the so-called “bloodline conspiracy” that claims Jesus Christ married Mary
Magdalene, who escaped to the south of France following his crucifixion, with their child. Over three years in the making, BLOODLINE is the first
investigation to uncover new evidence: a buried wooden chest with artifacts that date to first century Jerusalem and a tomb with a mummified corpse
draped in a shroud bearing a red cross. Burgess and his film crew begin their investigation following the trail of the Knights Templar who were
believed to have buried secret treasure in southwest France. In Paris, he arranges to meet with two men who claim to represent the Priory of Sion, the
secret society said to have evolved from the Templars in order to guard a secret treasure down through the ages.
I don't want to spoil the film for anyone who plans on watching it, but this is an extremely amazing movie, if it is legit
. It almost seem
too good to be true. Its filled with creepy priests, death threats, break-ins, multiple discoveries, secret treasure maps, Templar tombs and
I went to imdb.com to read a little more about the film. There are very few posts about, it but there are a couple claiming the movie is a "spoof"
ala The Blair Witch Project.
It doesn't look like a spoof to me unless I'm totally fooled.
Has anyone seen this? What is the consensus on ATS?
Researcher who made all the "discoveries" presented in the film