A beautiful meditation on the meaning of life, death and time. A haunting masterpiece. Full review coming soon but until then I felt the need to address a couple of comments: Nate_2007 wrote "10 mins of eating pie!? What kind of movie is this!?!? I never found out what she wrote in her note!!!! What a pointless movie. Do not watch!! It will waste your time!!!!" Okay. So you obviously didn't understand the film. The eating pie scene was displaying M's utter grief of losing her husband and is perhaps the most affecting scene I've seen in a film revolving around grief and loss. As for the letter, it's completely irrelevant for us the audience. It was something deeply personal for the ghost who needed it to get to the afterlife and we don't need the letter to connect emotionally with said ghost. In fact, no one knows what the letter said, not the writers, or directors or anyone else. Rooney Mara wrote something on it and only she alone knows what it said. Another comment from user krvance wrote, "This film was pointless and boring. BTW, we never find out what she wrote in her note." Alright, I already addressed the letter so now I'll address the slander of you calling this film "pointless". Call it boring sure, but calling a poetic meditation on everything that we, humans, constantly think about is not pointless. This films addresses everything that keeps me up at night: the meaning of life, the afterlife, what happens when we die, human nature, loss, love and deals with many more deep, intricate, and philosophical themes. How is that not important? This films deals with the most important questions of life itself.