A FILM about the July 7 London bombings, committed by four West Yorkshire bombers, is to hit the screens.
A director is taking his film about the aftermath of the July 7 London bombings to the Cannes film festival.
Shoot on Sight centres around an innocent Muslim who is killed by police in the wake of the terrorist attacks.
The character has been inspired by Brazilian Jean Charles de Menezes, who was shot dead by officers after being mistaken for a suicide bomber.
The movie has been directed by Jag Mudhra, a US Indian-born filmmaker who was working in London at the time of the attacks.
In the film, Tariq Ali, a successful Muslim police officer, is asked to head up an internal investigation to hunt down the suspected suicide bombers.
But the investigation is clouded by allegations of racism and religious profiling at Scotland Yard.
The film is being taken to Cannes in May for market screenings to attract buyers around the world, although it is not in the festival programme.
Shoot on Sight features The Bourne Supremacy actor Brian Cox, East is East star Om Puri, Greta Scacchi, Sadie Frost, and Indian star Naseeruddin Shah.
The bombings which claimed the lives of 52 innocent people were committed by suicde bombers Mohammed Siddiq Khan, of Thornhill Lees, Jermaine Lidnsay, formerly of Huddersfield, Hasib Hussain, and Shahzad Tanweer.