`Da Vinci’ Follows Long Line of Touchy Films

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c. 2006 Religion News Service (UNDATED) Hollywood loves a good argument. You’re not supposed to talk about sex, race or politics in polite American society. Yet the movies’ first blockbuster _ D.W. Griffith’s “The Birth of a Nation” _ did all three in 1915. And although it was immediately met by protests by the NAACP, […]

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