The hilarious 'Four Lions' in the Great 5 programme
What happens when four incompetent British Islamists decide to become terrorists and blow up a mosque? This unusual concept was developed by Chris Morris, British TV and radio presenter, screenwriter, satirist, producer and entertainer who amuses and shocks the audience with his innovative and daring comedies.
The original idea became a comedy with a comic book atmosphere 'Four Lions', which is also the first feature film directed by Morris. And the 2011 BAFTA Award for Outstanding Debut testifies that the realisation of the idea is well worth going to the cinema for.
'Four Lions' is the first film screened within the Great 5 programme, for which additional tickets are always asked. The programme shows this year's greatest blockbusters from the five big European cinematographies: Spain, Italy, France, Germany and Great Britain. This year, the programme has been joined by Austria with its film 'The Fatherless' directed by Marie Kreutzer.
If you are in need of laughter, hurry to get your ticket for the film 'Four Lions', which will be shown tonight at 7 pm at the Tuškanac Cinema as well as on Tuesday, 18th October, at 9 pm, at the Museum of Contemporary Art.