Supposedly there is another person at the end who is revealed as the last descendant-- someone well-known-- not the French chick. Supposedly it is laughable.
There is a lot of speculation on the identity.
"There is a lot of speculation on the identity."
I relied on this as acurate:
By John Thavis
Catholic News Service
CANNES, France (CNS) -- Toward the end of the movie "The Da Vinci Code," the main character, Robert Langdon, tells his sleuthing partner, Sophie Neveu: "You are the last living descendent of Jesus Christ."
That line, meant to be the dramatic apex of the film, drew laughs from many of the approximately 900 journalists who viewed the film's first press screening May 16 at the Cannes Film Festival.
The derisive laughter, along with widely critical comments from reporters afterward, summed up the Cannes press reaction to the much-heralded launch of the movie. When the credits ran, silence and a few whistles drove home the response.
The movie sticks to most of the book's controversial religious elements, while softening some of the edges.