We were forced to sit in the low-oxygen, nose-bleed section of the Castro Theatre last night because the place was packed to the rafters for Frameline's screening of Nina's Heavenly Delights.

The plot in short: prodigal, runaway-bride daughter, Nina, returns to Glasgow for her father's funeral and not only saves the family's Indian restaurant but manages to come out of the closet and release the whole family from the bonds of social propriety in the process. If only life were that neat and tidy!

After the jump: food scenes, your prototypical plotline, and thick Scottish accents. Like Fat Bastard from the Austin Powers movies?

SFist Mihi, contributing.

SFist Mihi checks out the mainstream same-sex flick blurbed by SFist Sara!