Predictable Scottish piffle about Nina (Shelley Conn), a young woman of Indian descent who returns home for her father’s funeral and winds up in the middle of a flap over the family restaurant. It seems the father left the business in serious debt, giving the family few options beyond selling it to a competitor. But Nina’s quick thinking and culinary prowess come to the rescue, and she enters the restaurant in a prestigious, nationally televised curry competition. Along the way she finds romance, people break into spontaneous song and dance, valuable lessons about tolerance are learned, and the film wallows in just about every tired cinematic cliche about ethnic food and passion. Directed by Pratibha Parmar. 96 min.