An afflicted widow finds support in her dead husband when she discovers that he left her a series of messages and tasks for every month.
Holly Kennedy is a successful beautiful woman whose husband Gerry has always been next to her. When Gerry dies, Holly’s future seems uncertain. Nobody knows her better than her husband, not even her own mother of her best friends, Sharon and Denise.
While Holly is wondering if she can go on by herself, her husband has already planned everything, before his death.
When Holly turns 30, she receives a cake and a tape from her husband, in which he begs her to go out in the world and not stay home, alone and cry for him.
While months pass by, Holly receives more and more messages from Gerry, each of them with a new task. Every message ends with the words: P.S. I Love you.
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