Hard to believe that I am actually going to respond to this, but what the hell...
I would have to say that Nelson Mandela was not exactly viewed as the Osama Bin Laden of his time. Yes, his country's government did label him as a terrorist, and there are a few others that define him as a terrorist because the movement he was associated with did use violence as a means for political change...But that is about as far as the comparison goes. The slamming of airliners into buildings full of civilians is a little different or even slamming an airliner full of civilians into a military building. And more to the point, the World Trade Center which was full of Jews in the opinion of a few Muslim extremist groups...quite a bit different from Nelson Mandela's approach.
While I am at it, let me be very clear when I point out that although Americans were effected by Al-Qaeda attacks on Sept. 11th, there are MANY countries that have come under attack from these terrorists, both before and since that incident. It is unfortunate that when many around the world today hear Muslim or Islamist, that people do tend to view a violent image of a suicide bomb-wearing Arab. However, it is not just Americans that think this way. Perhaps you should try and see what is going on in the world around you and notice how the people of other countries view subway bombs, car bombs, passenger train derailments, sex slavery, opium trade, enforcement of children into a warlord's personal military, slaughtering villages for political gain...I really could go on for quite some time. When you get the opportunity to see a marketplace blown up and see the horrors of blood streaming down a 3-year old girl, who is clinging on to her dead mother; driving up next to a pack of wild dogs gnawing on the carcass of a dead child who was shot in the head for learning in a school sponsored by Western government; seeing women mutilated after being raped and the men of their village killed, then six months later, the same attackers come through to kill the pregnant women because it would be shameful for those women to carry the children of the men who raped them...then you can start to pretend to have enough worldly experience to make generalizations like you do. Until then, don't downplay terrorism from behind your computer screen as a mythical beast dreamt up by governments. While it is true that many of you will never see terrorism yourself firsthand, don't dishonor or disregard those of us who have, or the families of those who have.
As for the OP, it's a movie. I doubt the general public will EVER link Open Source and terrorism...simply because the majority of the general public doesn't even know what Open Source is.