This drama drops you right into an unflinching and realistic look at addiction and how it affects a young couple in Canada. We follow two methadone addicts, who are hanging on by a thread as outcasts in their small town in the great north country of kind hearted folks. Blaise (Andrew Gillis) and Vanessa (Bhreagh MacNeil) spend most of their days nodding off in a trailer or at a friend's house while sipping on their bottles of methadone. Both of them are deep into a downer addiction that is going to end in one of two ways, with either them pulling themselves out of the depths of "Done" abuse or with the loving duo dead of an OD. They fund their disease by pushing a rusty old shitbox lawnmower around their small town, offering to do lawns for $15, with very few takers. When their money maker lawnmower dies, Vanessa decides that she needs to make a change, so she cleans up her act and begins a low paying job at the local ice cream shop, leaving Blaise on his own throughout the day to his own devices. It's a tragic look at one person plotting a slow escape from the other, while the other circles the drain closer and closer without much hope on the horizon except for the next sip of sweet release. While there isn't a ton of skin in this one, we do get to see lead actress Bhreagh MacNeil in her bra and panties in a couple of scenes, albeit with some rips from regular wear and tear of a person who sleeps on the floor quite a bit.