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The Kadam family settles in Southern France with designs on opening an Indian restaurant. Unfortunately their neighbor Madame Mallory (Helen Mirren), who runs a classical French establishment, doesn't want the waft of curry scaring away her customers -- or worse yet, enticing them to taste a little cultural diversity.

MPAA Rating PG for thematic elements, some violence, language and brief sensuality.
Theatrical Release August 8, 2014
Director Lasse Hallström
Cast Helen Mirren, Rohan Chand, Charlotte Le Bon, Manish Dayal
Run Time 123
2014 DreamWorks / Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures Official Movie Website

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