Our story takes place on two different timelines. In current time, a widow, Ethel is grieving the loss of her husband, and we then find out that she isn't grieving her husband at all, but a love she lost over thirty years ago. Her daughter Marie is of course is somewhat distraught as she feels that her mom never loved her father Chuck.
In Ireland at the same time a young boy finds a wedding ring that belonged to Teddy from the time his plane crashed during the war. He makes sure to get it back to Ethel who finds out that both Chuck and Jack promised Teddy that if he died, they would take care of Ethel. Knowing this, Ethel is finally able to get closure and she never feels bad about having moved on, as that is exactly what Teddy would've wanted for her.
This is a great, very underrated movie. I am very happy that I found it as it has a great cast (let alone the award nominated branch, all the young actors are people we know very well from the best series of TV, starting with Stephen Amell and Gregory Smith, not to mention my dear Mischa Barton!), and a lovely story. I do suggest you check it out as you'll be pleasantly surprised!
Until the next item on my list!