P.S. I love you

Holly is left to fend for herself after her husband, Gerry, died of brain tumor. The death brought her so much depression she started withdrawing from her family and friends. She has lost the will to live. Gerry was everything to her. He understood her more than anybody did. She loved him more than anything else. After a while of sulking, she starts receiving letters from Gerry. Letters with tasks she was asked to accomplish. The letters were the ones who guided her to the future. She later moved on and even started a successful shoe business.

Based on the novel with the same title by Cecilia Ahern, the movie P.S. I Love You tells us a story about great love and moving on. It tells us that the death of a loved one is not the end of our lives as well. People come and go. Once they go, we can’t do anything about it. We won’t forget them. Our memories of them will always be treasured. But we should not dwell on it too much. We always have to move forward. It’s the only way to go.