To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You, the new sequel to the 2018 movie adaption To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, is now on Netflix, as a teen romantic comedy, a few days before Valentine’s Day.
Directed by Micheal Fimognari, this new movie adaptation, along with the previous one of the sequel, are based on the YA series by Jenny Han, portraying the life of a young Korean-American teenager who has a preppy style and is a romantic. This sequel shows the continuation of her life after the love letters she wrote as a child, are mailed to her former crushes. Such leads to her getting to know one of the main characters, Peter Kavinsky.
Throughout the movie, she begins experiencing her new ‘dating life’ with Peter, until another boy from her past, one of which she wrote a letter to, returns and as do her feelings. She becomes confused as to who she truly wants to be with, and whether it is possible to be in love with two boys- her boyfriend and her longtime crush.
“I like how she wrote her feeling toward her crushes, into a letter, and then it got leaked and yet got a good reaction in return until she was in a relationship with one of them.” Says SAS Junior, Julian Valencia, who watched the new movie and found it entertaining as well as heartwarming.