Funny to see that I own half of the named Kontakt libraries myself, haha. :)
I must say your style does remind me on my own, at least when it comes to the composition of the following chords - I could swear the violin's melody playing at 1:28-1:45 could be from me, too. :D
The piece is very emotional, a mixure of hope and dramatic, to me.
I also like your sound design, mixing and mastering. I like the amount of reverb you use. It neither sounds too wet, nor too dry.
Transitions could be done better overall in my opinion. A good example is the moment at 2:01. The new phrase comes a bit too suddenly. Here I would suggest to wait one or two bars, let all the sustained notes stretch and go become quieter, before the part at 2:01 starts.
At 2:50, I'm missing something. Be it a reversed cymbal crash, or an instrument like a string starting a half bar beforehand - something where your mind would think "Okey, something is coming now".
The ending just as well is too quick and abrupt. Never forget that a song's outro is just as important as its intro. :)
Within your next compositions, I also would like to see more variation in terms of melody and chords. By that I mean, you have been working with the A-minor key chord all the time. I would have wished some mood swing here, maybe for the side-parts of the soundtrack, while you keep the main concept for the main parts of the song.
Although, I'm still going to rate this with 5 stars as I enjoyed listening to it very much nonetheless. :)
P.S.: I could swear the legato cello at the beginning comes from the Tina Guo plugin. x)
Cheers and stay healthy!