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Published on Nov 27, 2009
A documentrary: 4 x 53 min Will be available on DVD http://www.platekompaniet.no/Film.asp... http://www.facebook.com/pages/SHAKESP... http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid... Warning: Join in on our mysterious journey, yet know that by doing so your concept of reality may be at risk..... A cryptographic discovery that may change western history. Sometimes reality exceeds fiction. WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE'S magnitude and influence is unquestionable. But his life is shrouded in mystery. There has been a raging controversy as to whether or not he wrote the Shakespearean works himself. One of the anomalies that has challenged historians is the complete lack of hand-written material from Shakespeare's pen.
His plays and poetry must have required thousands of hand-written manuscript pages, but no one now knows where these are to be found. We do know that there were collected seven years after his death, because they were used in 1623 to produce the first printed version of Shakespeare's collected works, known as The First Folio.
In the summer of 2002 the life of organist PETTER AMUNDSEN was turned upside down. In his search to learn more about cryptography, he stumbled upon a string of ciphers in Shakespeare's First Folio. He was shocked to find what appeared to be another author, and even more curiously he found a treasure map leading to an island in Nova Scotia, Canada.
In the film Petter meets cryptographers, historians and SHAKESPEARE specialists in fight for support.
Petter's work is based on well known code systems, and every step is thoroughly documented.
When THE SHAKESPEARE CODE is released it could cause a sensation because of the highly controversial implications of the story. Reality exceeds imagination.