Yes it is an emotional movie with a semi "happy" ending, however totally unrealistic. A man who had just lost his wife a "few months ago" would not be in any position to take on the responsibility of a small girl. And might not even be wise, she needs a Mom, not a man who can be quite preoccupied with work, and no doubt would be again. Grief isn't over in two months believe me, You can be in a fog for a long time and having a child would just be a huge burden. It is a movie so they omit the daily grind of taking care of kids. School, meals, laundry, and the idea that he would step up and just do it all well, maybe But would have been best if they had found her two parents. After all he was a stranger. But they write these the way you want to see them end. But aside from this a man who just lost his wife wouldn't be able to even take care of himself, let alone a small child. It makes for a very nice movie and of course everyone is clapping because it is so sweet but the reality just isn't there. They could just as easily written the movie to allow her to live and both of them raise the little girl, that would have been a better story. As to the acting, his display of grief, hmmmm, a man who was supposed to be that much in love with his wife....well let me tell you, not even one tear, no real anger, nothing but a stony face. Let me tell you grief comes in waves and when it washes over you if you can be this stoic more power to you, but I felt it was a very poor portrayal.