Nice, although the screenplay is a bit all over the place
I generally enjoyed this film. It's one of those cute/heartwarming light but elegant movies, with which you pass a pleasant couple of hours, without having to think about them afterwards (which is good or bad, depending on your expectations).
However, I think the script was a bit confused - not "confusing", "confused" in the sense that the scriptwriters seemed uncertain of what the main point of the film is: the stages of grief? finding love in unexpected ways/in unexpected people? the problems of a workplace romance?.
The first 1/4 of the film is about the heroine's first love and marriage and, 25 minutes into the story, none of the above issues is yet introduced. Then, there appears the issue of the boss being in love with her, briefly treated as a major point, then abandoned, and then briefly reappearing, without particular reason. Then, her inexplicable and completely inappropriate behavior of kissing a random co-worker is not further discussed and, instead, what seems to become a major point is that the guy is not a good match for her due to his looks and shyness/quirkiness - which, the way I saw it, was not an issue at all: the guy was normal, average looking, certainly couldn't be compared to her hunk dead husband, but I can't see why that should be such an issue, they looked fine as a couple and they didn't even come from extremely different backgrounds, given that they shared a work environment. I mean, if the goal of the film was to present an unexpected/unlikely romance, then I can think of a million other couples / stories/situations that would be much more unlikely than this one.
I really liked the ending, it was the most moving part of the film, especially the very last scene and the guy's thoughts. But even that didn't really come naturally and with enough explanations, following the last scenes we see at the office setting.
In all, as the title of my post says, it was a nice film, I just wish the storytelling was better structured, with a clearer focus and more natural flow and development.