The Kitchen in Paris
The Kitchen in Paris

The Kitchen in Paris

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    106 min.
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The Kitchen in Paris

The famous Claude Monet restaurant has never been more successful. Our beloved characters, Vika and Max, now deeply in love, are about to celebrate their long-awaited wedding! However, by accident or change, secret negotiations between the presidents of Russia and France are set up to happen at the restaurant on the exact same day! Claude Monet is supposed to be closed for the nuptials, but the government can do anything they want and the wedding celebrations unfolds in one part of the restaurant, while very dignified officials are trying to make history in another one. The staff is overwhelmed. They have had big nights before but everything that could go wrong goes wrong this night. The meeting has been ruined! The wedding is a disaster. The great scandal splashes all over the papers. Along with the hurt feelings of the staff, the restaurant is scheduled to be closed forever. However, Dmitry Nagiev, the restaurant owner, won’t give up. Having managed to convince his staff to return, he and the Chef decide to open a new restaurant in Paris and to host the meeting of both presidents there. Everyone from the old restaurant has to work tirelessly and seamlessly to restore the restaurant’s good reputation and re-establish themselves in a competitive and cutthroat business environment — and you won’t believe what will be the obstacles on their way!

Dmitriy Diachenko
Script writers
Igor Tudvasev, Dimitriy Yan, Pavel Danilov, Vasiliy Kutcenko, Vitaliy Shliappo
Eduard Iloyan, Vitaliy Shliappo, Alexey Trotsuk, Denis Jalinskiy, Vyacheslav Murugov, Dmitriy Dyachenko, Alexander Rubtsov
Dmitriy Nazarov, Oleg Tabakov, Dmitriy Nagiev, Mark Bogatirev, Elena Podkaminskaya, Victor Horinyak, Sergey Lavigin, Mihail Tarabukin, Nikita Tarasov, Olga Kuzmina, Serhey Epishev, Vensen Peres, Helena Noguerra