The Ehsan House mental health hospital in South Tehran encourages patients to form relationships with each other, get married and live as a family. For the past 20 years, its 480 patients have lived in separate male and female units, but in 2017 the head of the centre secured money to build a new unit of marital facilities. As a selection committee begins evaluating patients, hidden affections come to the surface. Finally, the team selects two patients to form the first couple. Are these two patients capable of having a relationship that leads to marriage?