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TAORMINA, Italy — The Vatican said Wednesday that it is working on a set of guidelines for what it considers “good cinema.” The move comes two days after the Vatican told producers of “Angels & Demons” that their film doesn’t qualify.
The Vatican on Monday barred Sony Pictures’ “Angels & Demons” from shooting inside any of Rome’s churches. On Wednesday, the film crew said it will move a bit further south and shoot the church scenes for the film inside the former royal palace in Caserta, outside Naples, a secular building.
Priest Marco Fibbi, a spokesman for the Diocese of Rome, said Wednesday that the church was working on a set of guidelines that will determine whether a film contains the “proper” religious sentiment.
The Church staunchly opposed “The Da Vinci Code,” the 2006 adaptation of the Dan Brown best-seller. “Angels & Demons,” the follow-up film, also based on one of Brown’s novels, is entirely set in Rome.
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