An urban legend about a $2 million stash of cocaine buried in the Caribbean leads a band of misfits to hatch a screwball plan to find it in this comedic documentary from Netflix and director Theo Love (2013’s Little Hope Was Arson).

Rodney Hyden (who plays himself in the film) is an American dreamer: a small business owner and family man from Central Florida. But after he's wiped out by the Great Recession, Rodney hears a story that could be his ticket out of his mounting debt: a tale of a map, an island and buried treasure. Fueled by a combination of economic desperation and blissful ignorance, Rodney hatches a plan to retrieve a possibly mythical $2 million stash of cocaine from its reported Caribbean hiding place. With the help of a colorful group of misfits-and without prior drug-running experience-Rodney sets out in pursuit of his very own American dream, with surprising results.

"We didn't set out to make a documentary in the traditional sense. We wanted to make a movie. A big fat, entertaining movie." Love told Variety. "I grew up thinking documentaries had to be boring, stuffy, educational films, but then I got my Netflix subscription. Netflix changed the game for docs in every way, and we're thrilled to add to their collection of true stories."

The Legend of Cocaine Island also stars Danny Pardo, Bri Bryant, Jamie Hyden, Emily Hyden and Bo Butterworth. Catch it on Netflix March 29 and enjoy the trailer below.