Four LionsFour Lions, a new comedy about Jihadist suicide bombers in London directed by British comedian Chris Morris, is set to trigger controversy after it received its first public screening over the weekend.

Morris, better known for his television work with such shows as Brass Eye, The Day Today and Nathan Barley, is no stranger to controversy, of course, after an episode of spoof investigatory programme Brass Eye in 2001 about paedophilia was condemned by politicians and tabloid newspapers alike.

His latest creation, Four Lions - which got its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival last Saturday - follows a quartet of three Asian and one white Sheffield based Jihadists who plan to attack the London Marathon by dressing in comedy mascot costumes and blowing themselves up.
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