I give this two stars because it has nice camera work of beautiful nature settings. Also the music was quite nice. However, the script is extremely cliché and does not surprise at all (including the "happy end") .. a widower with three kids finds the new love, and the "older generation" gets matched up, too. There are a lot of unnecessary clichés like the grumpy old composer who secretly has been missing close contact to his family, three kids who look like they have directly come from a detergent commercial, a young woman who has tried to fulfill the unrealized dreams from her mother by studying architecture, and finally second-guesses her decision, the widower not telling about his three kids when he meets this young woman etc. Warning: this has the potential for an extreme sugar shock! Be sure to drink lots of fresh water to clear yourself from the extreme sugar coating of all acting, camp dialog etc.
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