Film Board Makes Da Vinci Code Tone Down The Music

“Film censors said the musical score was too ‘tense’ for young children and ‘bone-crunching’ sound effects accentuated the onscreen violence to an unacceptable level. The British Board of Film Classification went ahead and awarded the film – which contains a series of bloody murders and scenes of a monk flagellating himself -a 12A-certificate only after the producers made significant changes to the audio content.”