The film “The Bride from the Other World” is a romantic comedy about love on earth and in heaven.
Kate Spencer and Henry Mills are preparing for the wedding. During a dispute over an ice statue, the building falls on the bride and kills her.
A year passes, and Henry does not know how to live on. Chloe, the hero's sister, asks him to visit a medium so that, through the occult affairs specialist Ashley Clark, Kate can contact her lover and pull him out of the emotional pit. Chloe even gives Clark the diary of the failed daughter-in-law, in the hope that the facts from him will help convince the skeptical brother of the usefulness of the sessions.
The trick works, Henry gets better, and he also falls in love with Ashley. The couple begins to meet, but then a higher power returns Kate to the ground, without explaining why. The ghost begins to pursue and pester the new girl Henry, as long as he does not break off the relationship, having learned about the deception with the diary.
Surprisingly for Kate, she still did not rise to heaven, which means her mission has not yet been accomplished. But what is it in reality?