Retreating from life after a tragedy, a man questions the universe by writing to Love, Time and Death. Receiving unexpected answers, he begins to see how these things interlock and how even loss can reveal moments of meaning and beauty.
|Release Date||:||December 6, 2016|
|Production Company||:||Warner Bros. Pictures, Likely Story, Anonymous Content, Overbrook Entertainment, PalmStar Media|
|Production Countries||:||United States of America|
|Casts||:||Will Smith, Edward Norton, Kate Winslet, Michael Peña, Helen Mirren, Keira Knightley, Naomie Harris, Jacob Latimore, Ann Dowd, Enrique Murciano, Kylie Rogers, Natalie Gold, Liza Colón-Zayas, Shirley Rumierk, Alyssa Cheatham, Benjamin Snyder, Mary Beth Peil, Andy Taylor, Michael Cumpsty, Claire Glassford, Joseph Castillo-Midyett, Bryan Terrell Clark, Marcus Paul James, Mykal Kilgore, Jimmy Palumbo, Elia Monte-Brown, Suzy Jane Hunt, Crystal Anne Dickinson, Andres Munar, Harriett D. Foy, Maureen Mueller, Steven Hauck, Robert 'Toshi' Kar Yuen Chan, Willie C. Carpenter, Jabriah Anderson, Laura Hart, Emily Bennett, Liz Celeste, Madeline Lupi, Jordana Keller, Reginald L. Barnes|
|Plot Keywords||:||despair, loss, grief, death, ensemble cast, grieving father, anguish|
Every tragedy is accompanied by beauty. However, as we are steeped in grief and sorrow, we tend to overlook the beauty that is caused by the tragedy. The term "collateral" is often followed by the term "damage". It is so familiar to keep an eye on the collateral damage of anything we do. We don't tend to look for beauty. This movie is so deep, and it is one of those type of movies that make you think! It illustrates the three big why's that drives us; love, death, and time. These three constructs are not absolute; they are not fixed and they don't diminish. They are so sensitive to things, events, and people surrounding us. They change forms, and accordingly change our lives. In the midst of all the tragedies you face during your life, all the bitterness, keep an eye on the collateral beauty.