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Mahmud discovers although he has grown up as a Muslim, his birth parents were Jewish. Understandably, this provokes a bit of an identity crisis as he tries to figure out who he really is the man he thought he was or some unknown Jewish version? Written by David Baddiel and starring Omid Djalili, this comedy gets as many jokes out of the situation as possible while working towards a point about tolerance, religion and the labels we give ourselves.
The hugely influential, absurdist British comedy Monty Python team return for a collection of hilarious sketches based around philosophical themes.
14+ years 102 mins
Chris Morris's controversial comedy about a gang of would-be Islamic terrorists.
16+ years 97 mins
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