Who are you? That's the big question, isn't it? Payam Golshiri. Thirty-six, Iranian. You spent seven months in a psychiatric hospital diagnosed with delusional disorder. A "Messiah Complex," that's what the doctors called it. I don't know if that's ironic or just sad. Maybe you're a charlatan like your uncle. Or maybe you believe what you're saying. Whichever way you cut it, you're being dishonest, either with yourself or everyone else.