Though this bizarre film was a runaway hit in Pakistan, it made very few waves outside of the country. It was banned in the UK on the basis of Salman Rushdie’s safety, though he appealed to the British Board of Film Classification to lift its nationwide ban both due to his opposition of using laws to suppress creative works, but also believing that it would reduce interest in the film. The plot involves three brothers’ quest to exact revenge on Rushdie for penning “The Satanic Verses” and ends with a thoroughly crazy shootout, capped by Rushdie’s destruction by three giant flying Qurans. You have to watch it to believe it: