of any kind will be reminded of it by any reference to a similar tragedy.
Taking Noldi's thought to it's logical conclusion.
Should one ban the mention of Cars because someone has lost a friend in a Car crash?
The answer is of course, no, it would be ludicrous to do so.
No one is forced to watch this movie and, in my opinion, the best way to counter terrorism is to make fun of it.
I doubt there would be as many volunteers, if every time you mention that you plan to become a Suicide Bomber, everyone bursts into shrieks of laughter, slapping each other on the shoulder and saying "Remember that movie ~ crazy man"
It should be pointed out that this film has been made by Chris Morris, not a man known for shying away from controversial targets.
His satirical programs about paedophilia and drug abuse are classics, but not for people without a dark sense of humour, and equally important, a sense of perspective, something lacking in most tabloid press and readers...
Al04's comment "Local comedy shows have made fun of the terrorists of both sides, the one rule has been not to relate this to any specific events, keeping in more in general terms.", hits the nail on the head. By all means have humour, but don't make it about a specific incident.