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Synopsis

Cheated by her stealing, polygamist husband of 17 years, once high-flying corporateexec Christine Meeusen fled penniless with her three young children as her Americandream began to unravel. Determined to make a living for her family, she discovered the lucrative business of cannabis farming and met her calling as founder of medicinal-marijuana empire Sisters of the Valley. Shedding her former life, Christine became Sister Kate; on a mission to provide her products to those in need. Fighting off the county sheriff, and protecting her crop from deadly black market thieves, BREAKING HABITS is a story of rebellion, hope and revival. This is Sister Kate's journey to becoming the head of a fast growing enterprise, a voice for the unheard--and possibly the most controversialnun in the world.

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Metacritic

50
May 13, 2019

An unnecessary addition to the middling pantheon of pot flicks, Breaking Habits, like mid-grade schwag, is unlikely to get you buzzed.

Metacritic review by Alex Saveliev
Alex Saveliev
Film Threat
50
Apr 17, 2019

Breaking Habits, Robert Ryan's film about Sister Kate, the habit-wearing founder of a medical marijuana company, proves yet another dispiriting entry in the current documentary glut that embraces all things quirky. Even its title referencing the hit television drama starring Bryan Cranston seems tacky.

Metacritic review by Frank Scheck
Frank Scheck
The Hollywood Reporter
63
Apr 16, 2019

Writer-director Rob Ryan lets Sister Kate’s compelling story — communications consulting work that took her to the Netherlands, made her a millionaire, and then a victim as her con man husband stole all her money — and how MUCH of that story Sister Kate wants to tell, hijack his movie.

Metacritic review by Roger Moore
Roger Moore
Movie Nation