Written in Glasgow slang, the story of how painter/decorator Jimmy discovers Buddhism and yearns to find some of the contentment that he can see on the faces of the Buddhist lamas he meets.
But his family start to pay the consequences as he turns away from his old ways, and their suspicion begins to push them all apart.
Not at all proselytizing, this isn't about how great Buddhism is - it's about the consequences of becoming self-aware and trying to change your life. You can sympathise with all involved: Jimmy just wanting to feel happy, wife Liz not wanting to be ignored or judged, daughter Anne-Marie trying to discover herself.
A gentle, warm drama.