Terrorist comedy upsets London bombing families

The families of those that lost members during the 2005 London bomb attacks are asking movie theatres not to show a new comedy that is written about four people who want to be suicide bombers.
The film, Four Lions, is the creation of Chris Morris the satirist who also created Brass Eye which was also quite controversial at the time.
The film is due for release this Friday and centres around four wanabee terrorists on their way to London in order to strike at the marathon.
The father of a man that was killed during the attacks, Grahame Russell stated that the creators of the film have no moral principles. Another father who lost his son, Graham Foulkes, stated that cinemas should not show the film because the tragedy of the event was too new for it to be taken in such a humorous light.
Morris stated that the film is not in support of terrorism, as it portrays four jihadists that are not competent enough to properly plan an attack, thus the humour.
Arsher Ali, who plays one of the terrorists, stated that the film should be taken first as a comedy and that the aim is just to have a good laugh because while there is obviously a large counterpoint and serious side to the material of the film, there are also human stories that should be told.
A pre-inquest hearing was attended last week by families with the complete set of inquests slated to happen throughout October.