In the small Auckland drug scene, a young woman, Jules, finds her life complicated by an unwanted pregnancy. By oscillating between two drug dealers; a younger buyer, Ollie, and her older lover and supplier, Chase, she looks for a male figure to support her.
Present day: In the small time drug world of Auckland’s North Shore, a young woman, Jules, finds that she is attracted to a new buyer, Ollie, a brash university student who wants to make some money. Her life is complicated though; she has just discovered that she is pregnant to the supplier, her sometimes boyfriend, Chase, an older and established dealer whose business is on its way down.
As Ollie picks Jules up each week from her job at the supermarket, they slowly get to know each another. At the same time, Jules attempts to distance herself from Chase whom she no longer wants.
Conflicted by both her attraction to the younger man and the decision she must make about her pregnancy, Jules tries to imagine herself as a mother with Ollie.
When Jules crosses the line and turns up unexpectedly to Chase’s place wanting to buy drugs for Ollie, Chase suspects that the two are having an affair. After being thrown out of the house, Jules turns to Ollie for support but finds that he is more interested in maintaining his business contact than helping her. Realizing that neither man is concerned about her welfare, Jules becomes disillusioned with her situation and decides to abandon the following week’s drug deal to seek professional help about her pregnancy.