This is a "sparklingly modern fish-out-of-water comedy-drama about losing millions, falling in love in unlikely places and chasing your dreams. But, most of all, it's about finding a real family among friends." So, basically, it's a fuzzier pre-watershed version of Sex and The City - except all the girls are ex-cons. When the girls' long-held plan to start a new life in Barbados - courtesy of £3m stolen from Ellie's gangster husband, Roy - goes awry, they find themselves in hiding in a remote Scottish village called Hope Springs. With their escape plans in tatters and Roy's vengeful hit man, Marius, hot on their heels, the girls stumble across what seems like the perfect hideaway - a ramshackle hotel run by cantankerous elderly local woman Sadie Cairncross. Knowing they need to become "legit" if they're ever going to realise their Caribbean dream, Ellie decides the gang should buy the Hope Springs Hotel as cover. Mixed sentiments and marginal hilarity ensues. Sian Reeves, Alex Kingston, Christine Bottomley and Vinette Robinson star.