Nahid, played by Sareh Bayat, has fought her way through a difficult divorce from her gambling-addicted husband. She has escaped with custody of her son, Amir Reza, and her freedom on one condition: that she never remarries. Financially struggling to support herself and the troublesome Amir Reza on her typist's wage, her prayers are answered in the form of Masood, a widower and successful business owner. Will she marry Masood at the risk of losing custody of her son or is there a way to navigate her husband's divorce terms? Reminiscent of Farhadi's 'A Separation', director Ida Panahandeh takes a look at Iran's strict divorce laws, but with the additional complication of the controversial 'temporary marriage'.