Widow Sally Lightfoot is all set to age gracefully with added chocolate. Her fellow backup singer friend Ramone’s advice to get herself out there again and lose her ‘wididity’, her born-again virginity, before it’s too late is firmly dismissed. Her irreplaceable husband has only been dead a year. And why would she want all that fuss, bother and trauma that her daughter Ami was going through? With added flabby bits?
But Sally hadn’t reckoned on meeting Loro, a Leonard Cohen tribute artist who sings Suzanne to the tourists on the Greek island of Hydra. Realising that if she wants something she has to go for it, Sally finally plucks up the courage to leave her isolated comfort zone and face the possibility of humiliation and rejection square on.