Encouraging patients in a psychiatric hospital to form relationships with each other, to marry and live as a family, this is bold new idea from the head of Ehsan House in southern Tehran. Over the past 20 years, his 480 patients have lived in separate units for men and women. But in 2017, the head of the centre got the money to build a new matrimonial facilities unit. A selection committee begins to evaluate the patients and then selects two to form the first couple. Are these two patients capable of having a relationship that leads to marriage?