Schnitzel Paradise

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Schnitzel Paradise
Film poster Het Schnitzelparadijs.jpg
Film poster
Directed by Martin Koolhoven
Produced by Joost de Vries
Leontine Petit
Written by Khalid Boudou (novel)
Marco van Geffen (screenplay)
Starring Mounir Valentyn
Bracha van Doesburgh
Mimoun Oaïssa
Music by Melcher Meirmans
Merlijn Snitker
Chrisnanne Wiegel
Cinematography Guido van Gennep
Edited by Job ter Burg
Release date(s) 2005
Running time 82 minutes
Country Netherlands
Language Dutch
Arabic

Martin Koolhoven's Schnitzel Paradise (Dutch: Het Schnitzelparadijs) is a 2005 Dutch comedy film about Dutch-Moroccan Nordip Dounia who starts working in a restaurant kitchen and falls in love with Agnes Meerman, niece of the hotel's manager. Nordip has to overcome not only Agnes's family's prejudices but also his father's wishes as to his future.

The film was a huge success in The Netherlands (it was the highest grossing Dutch film in 2005 in The Netherlands).

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Awards[edit]

Best Performance in a Foreign Film won by Micha Hulshof

The Best Supporting Actor Golden Calf was shared by supporting actors Yahya Gaier, Tygo Gernandt, Micha Hulshof, Gürkan Küçüksentürk and Mimoun Oaïssa

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