In China, such women are called ‘sheng nu’. It doesn’t matter if they have successful careers and earn a decent wage, their achievements mean little if they don’t have a husband. In a country where 30-something men outnumber 30-something women by 20 million, the task shouldn’t be difficult. But finding Mr Right is riddled with anxiety – particularly when age-old chauvinism, family traditions and government intervention are involved. Co-directors Shosh Shlam (Web Junkie, SFF 2014) and Hilla Medalia follow three urban professionals – HuaMei, Min and Qi – as they attend gruelling marriage markets and government-sponsored dating festivals. Can they reconcile their personal desires with family and societal expectations?