When a successful New York advertising executive suffers a great tragedy he retreats from life. While his concerned friends try desperately to reconnect with him, he seeks answers from the universe by writing letters to Love, Time and Death. But it’s not until his notes bring unexpected personal responses that he begins to understand how these constants interlock in a life fully lived, and how even the deepest loss can reveal moments of meaning and beauty.  
"COLLATERAL BEAUTY - Official Trailer 2"

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Was it the holidays? 
No, it wasn't that.  
Well then why'd you decide to come in tonight? 
Um, I'm trying to fix my mind. 
Howard is a brilliant man. And he's not just a boss, he's a friend. He lost his child and now he doesn't care if he loses everything else.  
This might be the strangest thing I have ever come across. He writes letters. 
Who are they to? 
Howard doesn't write letters to people, he writes to things. Time. Love. Death. 
Kids write letters to Santa Claus, it doesn't mean they're crazy.  
No, this is therapeutic.  
You're gonna think I'm crazy, but I've been having conversations. Death came first. She met me in the dog park.  
Charmed, I'm sure. 
So Death is a her? 
Turns out Death is an elderly white woman.  
Remember me? I'm Time. You wrote me because you need me. 
Ask her. Go ahead. Ask her if she can see me. 
He was sitting right here.  
And he just appeared, right? 
I'm Love and I'm the fabric of life.  
Something's starting to happen to you.  
I don't know what to do to bring you back.  
What if Love, Death and Time are trying to help you. 
You need to talk to them, Howard. Challenge them. Just engage! 
Love is the reason for everything. 
I felt you every day when she laughed, and you broke my heart. 
I was there in her laugh, but I'm also here now in your pain.  
He's reaching out to the cosmos for answers.  
Just be sure to notice the collateral beauty. It's the profound connection to everything.  
If he accepts that, maybe he gets to find his life again.  
You're not here to take me, are you? 
No, Howard. I'm here to ride the F Train with you. 
(Lyrics) I'll hit the lights and you lock the doors 
Tell me all of the things that you couldn't before 
Don't walk away, don't roll your eyes 
They say love is pain. Well, darling, let's hurt tonight 
If this love is pain. Well, darling, let's hurt, oh, tonight 
Let's love tonight

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New Line Cinema 
This Holiday Season 
When Everything Is Lost 
How Do You Find Your Way Back 
Collateral Beauty 
Academy Award Nominee 
Will Smith 
Academy Award Nominee 
Edward Norton 
Academy Award Nominee 
Keira Knightley 
Michael Pena 
Naomie Harris 
Jacob Latimore 
with Academy Award Winner 
Kate Winslet 
and Academy Award Winner 
Helen Mirren 
December 16

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