10 Complement followed by to and a noun group
10 Complement followed by to and a noun groupWith verbs meaning 'seem', a prepositional phrase beginning with to is sometimes used after the Complement to indicate or emphasize whose viewpoint you are giving.
These patterns are V adj/n to n and V like n to n.
It sounds crazy to me.
Life seemed a great joke to her.
He didn't look like a fisherman to me.
Sometimes the prepositional phrase beginning with to comes directly after the verb.
This is a situation which seems to me extraordinary.