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Amir Moradian is the only son of a rich family. His father is a successful director; however, he is a strict person with inflexible beliefs. He strongly adheres to whatever he believes in. Due to his father’s behavior, his mother has abandoned them; she and her daughter are living abroad. She is also providing the necessities for her son, Amir, to come and study there. Amir and his fiancée, Sara, are going to leave Iran as well. The father seriously opposes Amir’s decision and they are constantly debating this. Amir hurts an old man with his car; the old man is in coma. Although Amir has provided all the necessities to get the old man cured, he needs to gain his only son’s, named Hassan, consent as well. Hassan is afflicted by a heart disease, and when he encounters Amir for the first time, he treats him violently and does not consent by any means. Amir meets Hassan overly until they gradually become friends.Soon Amir notices that Hassan is in love with Maryam, who studies in the university. However, he is not able to express his affections towards his beloved. Amir helps him to pretend being a rich doctor. Thereby, Hassan gets close to Maryam. But an incident reveals Hassan’s false identity and makes Maryam leave him. Later on, Hassan’s father dies and Amir pays the money for Hassan’s operation. In spite of his father’s oppositions, Amir leaves Iran. And Maryam, cannot remain indifferent toward him; therefor, she goes to the hospital to visit him. She suggests Hassan to start working in her father’s shop. After a while, Amir’s father finds a tape in his car. The tape contains a message form Hassan. Hassan has criticized Amir’s father. He addresses him through the tape and states that he had never tried to understand his son and from this perspective, he was like people that are alive, but their existence or nonexistence has no impact on their surroundings, as if they are in coma. Then, he emphatically tells Amir’s father that from then on he could live alone in his luxurious home, while adhering to his inflexible beliefs.