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Nina's Heavenly Delights ()


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A feisty young woman returns to Glasgow to run her deceased father's curry house.

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Lisa MacKinlay
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Nina Shah
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Raj Khanna
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Bobbi
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Suman Shah
Atta Yaqub ...
Kary Shah
Zoe Henretty ...
Priya Shah
Raji James ...
Sanjay Khanna
Elaine C. Smith ...
Auntie Mamie
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Auntie Tumi
Kathleen McDermott ...
Janice
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TV Presenter
Hritika Thaker ...
Young Nina
Kavita Dass ...
Bollywood Bowl Child
Tariq Mullan ...
Ravi
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Fish
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Shriv
Umar Ahmed ...
Ghandi
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Mohan Shah
Gillian J. Anderson ...
Bollywood Dancer
Lynne Anderson ...
Bollywood Dancer
Rebecca Green ...
Bollywood Dancer
Lynsey Hatfield ...
Bollywood Dancer
Maggs McMahon ...
Bollywood Dancer
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sara Kelly ...
Highland Dancer #1 (uncredited)

Directed by

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Pratibha Parmar

Written by

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Andrea Gibb ... (screenplay by)

Produced by

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Chris Atkins ... producer
Claire Chapman ... executive producer
Neil Chordia ... associate producer
Colin Leventhal ... executive producer
Margaret Matheson ... executive producer
Scott Meek ... executive producer
Angela Murray ... line producer
Pratibha Parmar ... producer
Marion Pilowsky ... producer

Music by

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Steve Isles

Cinematography by

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Simon Dennis

Film Editing by

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Mary Finlay

Editorial Department

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Greg Barrett ... senior digital grade producer
Stephen Bearman ... film scanner
Gwillym Hewetson ... on-line editor
Kevin Phelan ... head of post-production: Lip Sync Post
Daniel Prim ... assistant post-production coordinator
Rachel Tunnard ... assistant editor

Production Design by

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Andy Harris

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Mags Horspool ... (as Margaret Horspool)

Costume Design by

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Louise Allen
Bobby McCulla

Makeup Department

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Jacqui Mallett ... makeup designer (2006)

Production Management

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Dan Bentham ... post-production manager
David Taylor ... unit manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Patrick Conroy ... first assistant director
Susie Lee ... third assistant director

Art Department

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Fiona Gavin ... stand-by art director
Piero Jamieson ... property master
Zoe Wight ... art department runner

Sound Department

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Iain Anderson ... adr recordist
Gordon Forbes ... assistant sound
Stephen Goldsmith ... dialogue editor
Sean Hannah ... assistant sound re-recording mixer
Steve Haynes ... re-recording mixer
Kahl Henderson ... adr mixer
Louis Kramer ... sound recordist
Alastair Mason ... boom operator
Vincent Watts ... re-recording mixer / supervising sound editor

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John Claude ... digital intermediate colourist
Marc Hutchings ... digital effects artist
Thierry Muller ... compositor
Paul Shore ... digital film supervisor
Mark Tremble ... visual effects supervisor
Fani Vassiadi ... post visual effects supervisor: S2S Post

Camera and Electrical Department

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Daniel Bishop ... jimmy jib operator
Neil Davidson ... still photographer
Graeme Hunter ... still photographer
Nora McGoldrick ... second assistant camera
Derrick Peters ... first assistant camera
Simon Vickery ... additional camera operator

Animation Department

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Ben Bradley ... digital artist

Music Department

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Amanda Street ... score supervisor
Vincent Watts ... composer: additional music

Other crew

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Helen Andre ... script supervisor
Lisa Maria Baruffati ... additional floor runner
Helene Nielsen Beal ... director of distribution
Nicky Bentham ... production coordinator (as Nicky Moss)
Jo Cameron Brown ... dialect coach
Brian Coffey ... production assistant
Victoria Dabbs ... assistant production coordinator
Piers Gielgud ... choreographer
Catrina Luna ... production accountant
Christopher Sanderson ... production runner
Ewan Stewart ... floor runner

Thanks

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Joseph Lee Sellars ... thanks
Lee Sellars ... thanks (as Lee A. Sellars)

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Shelley Conn plays Nina, a young woman who ran away to London to avoid an arranged marriage. She returns to Glasgow three years later (after her father dies unexpectedly of a heart-attack) to find his gambling problem means the family restaurant has to be sold. To save it Nina decides to compete in a TV curry competition. Written by kwedgwood@hotmail.com

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Taglines A romantic feast rich with the tastes of life, love and spices See more »
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Also Known As
  • Les délices de Nina (France)
  • Ninas himmlische Köstlichkeiten (Germany)
  • A Receita do Amor (Portugal)
  • Nina mennyei finomságai (Hungary)
  • Los placeres celestiales de Nina (Argentina)
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Runtime
  • 94 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Described by producer Chris Atkins as "the worst film that I or anyone else has produced." See more »
Goofs In the dance studio, as Fish and the other two dancers are about to leave Nina and her friend alone, crew and equipment are reflected in the full-length mirror. See more »
Quotes [throwing little pebbles at Lisa's window]
Lisa: [opens the window, smiles] I thought you were Kary.
Nina: [smiling] Sorry to disappoint.
Lisa: Who said you did?
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