The love story of Lara Jean and Peter Kavinsky in the movie To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before continues into a sequel titled P.S. Still I Love You. The story is still adapted from the trilogy novel by Jenny Han, directed by Michael Fimognari, and again presents two young stars Noah Centineo and Lana Condor. The outline in this sequel focuses on the relationship between Lara Jean and Peter after officially dating. Previously, Peter was one of the recipients of a secret love letter written by Lara Jean and sent by his younger brother without his knowledge. Aside from that, if you haven’t watched other To All the Boys movies, we recommend you to watch them on let me watch this.
Next, they agreed to pretend to date to make Peter’s former lover and recipient of Lara Jean’s love letter jealous. However, the agreement actually sparked a romantic fire between the two to really fall in love with each other.
As a new couple, Lara Jean went through many ‘first moments’ with Peter – from the first date to the first Valentine’s Day celebration.
Lara Jean was the first time undergoing a relationship, while Peter had been dating before. This situation then becomes a challenge for both of them.
Various dramas also appear because of dishonesty, jealousy, and mistrust. Moreover, when one of the recipients of another love letter comes to Lara Jean’s life, she has to face the biggest dilemma.
The problem comes in the form of ex-girlfriend Peter, Genevieve, and John Ambrose McClaren, one of the recipients of Lara Jean’s love letter who returned to her life.
Overall, the sequel to this film is generally about the problem of the love story of a pair of high school teenagers. The picture of young people building a relationship from having fun things together to dealing with conflict after conflict is trivial.
For the standards of teenage films of the romantic drama genre, director Michael Fimognari still packs it quite pleasant. However, not as good as the first. Each invisible character shows a significant development. Lara Jean was still a teenager who was not confident and often confused at every step she wanted to take.