We had no idea what this film was about when we placed it into the DVD player and after the first few minutes our instincts were to turn it off. But for some reason we continued to watch it and for some reason it held us, so eventually we watched the complete film. This film is very well made and clearly has a message, what that message is and who it is addressed to I have no idea. It is comical in places but also extremely tragic and sad. It tells the story of four/five misguided and amateur suicide bombers as they set about their chosen tasks to undermine western society. It's a little confusing really, you find yourself asking: Is it a comedy or a political satire, the message gets lost especially in the eventual demise of our lions? Was I supposed to find humour in watching men blow themselves up? In the end these tragic characters were not funny; they were dangerous, idiotic fools with the British police portrayed as gun happy buffoons. If you can take the whole thing with a pinch of salt watch it, but if you have impassioned feelings about the subject matter, on either side, DON'T!