This new documentary takes a non-judgemental look into Ireland's current drug culture, shining a light on the widespread use of recreational drugs in the country. Those involved talk candidly about their experiences, from a recovering addict sharing his personal struggle with drug use to a grieving mother talking about losing her son to a legal high bought over the counter. Their stories are set against the views of medical staff, police, pharmacists, dealers and Minister for National Drugs Strategy Aodhan O'Riordan to provide a cross-section of views on legalisation, decriminalisation and a person's right to choice.