Grace Travelthan (Brenda Blethyn), a recent widow living in a small English coastal hamlet, discovers that her late husband had spent all their money trying to get a business going and has left her in debt. While members of the community would like to help her, the creditors are many and they are barking at the front door.
As losing her home seems imminent, Grace springs an idea, along with her friend and gardener, to raise marijuana in her greenhouse. Blessed with a green thumb, Grace raises a huge crop. Her neighbors look the other way and she goes off to London to find a dealer to buy her drug harvest. Comic complications ensue.
The twice-nominated Brenda Blethyn gives a humorous and dignified performance, but we are unable to recommend it for family viewing due to the objectionable content, which includes the misuse of Christ’s name, sexual conversations and situations, and the use of and attempt to profit from an illegal substance.