Peeee-yuuuuuu! What’s that, Kale Pach simmering on the stove or this turkey of a film? So much promise was squandered in this film about a woman brought over to America from Iran by her new husband. It’s an older, pre-911 film, but the anti-Muslim sentiments were evident in NYC then, of course. But this film beats a dead horse---er, lamb---over the head and fails to “stay on script”. AfroPixFlix spent a considerable time trying to discern how the “suitors” theme fit into this until about a third of the film droned on in a very bad scratchy print. When the theme emerged, the anti-immigrant set up seemed not so bad after all, if one had to go with a plot. By the way, if anyone finds anything comedic about this mislabeled film, they can have my portion of the kale pache stew. The problem is that we have an unsympathetic protagonist in the woman, and a very stupid one at that. Nothing is believable by any standards. Further, the film has the feel of a mixed stew (sorry, the opening lamb’s head breakfast shots werSomething Nasty is Cookin'e too mesmerizing to forget). There was one theme, then another, then another, and then an “uh, oh! ran out of film” texture to this yuk. Pass the lamb’s head stew, and this one two…which is the number of picks AfroPixFlix jabs into this pot.