As various movers and shakers gather in Cannes to sift through buzz worthy film projects, one immediately seems to stand out; Breaking Habits, a documentary which explores the Sisters of the Valley, a group of likeminded nuns who are excelling in the world of cannabis farming.

Directed by Rob Ryan, the unlikely marijuana entrepreneurs open up about past traumas which led them down their path, the dangerous consequences they face from the outside in the form of the drug cartels and a plucky county sheriff, and why marijuana is their higher calling.

Although there is no news to report when the film will be officially released, Deadline has noted that, "Buyers are already high on the docu, which has sold in multiple territories."

For more marijuana coverage, check out our own original documentary, 'Higher End.'

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