A slice of director Theo van Gogh's film Submissionwill screen tonight on the Italian TV station Raidue. The film, which Cinematical has not seen, portrays what many consider to be the brutal treatment of women under Islam. Van Gogh was promptly murdered after the film first aired on television. The film couldn't even gain entrance to the Rotterdam Film Festival due to "security fears," and now some folks think re-airing it will only fuel the raging anti-immigrant movement in Italy. What do you think, promotion of tolerance, or adding fuel to the fire?