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
Director: David Frankel
Writer: Allan Loeb
Production: New Line Cinema
Released: 16 Dec 2016
Awards: 1 win & 3 nominations.
Movie Video Clips
I know you don't believe me
We don't get to choose who we love or...
What was that thing you said about...
They say you heal all wounds
Death is so much more vital than Time
But you never know
I've heard all of your platitudes
Your children don't have to come from...
Why don't you want to spend the holiday...
This doesn't feel right
When I was younger
Just so you know
Death came first
You or the porcelain
People write letters to the universe all...
I'm a gift
I'm here to ride the F Train
You got something to say
I'm not gonna be in the meeting
- WHIT: Thank you. Thank you. But no, give yourselves a hand because it was your hard work that gave Yardsham Inlet the best year in the history of this agency. (CHEERING)
- Before we let all that success go to our heads, we just thought we should get together and reconnect with the fundamentals of what actually got us here. For that, I'm gonna turn it over to our r
- - Yes! - (CHEERING CONTINUES)
- Oh. What is your "why"? Why did you even get out of the bed this morning? Why did you eat what you ate? Why did you wear what you wore? Why did you come here? Other than the fact that I would f
- Life is about people. Advertising is about illuminating how our products and services will improve people's lives. Now, how do we do that? Love. Time. Death. Now these three abstractions con
- Time. Death. Let's begin there.
- How long did this one take? Five days. That's pretty impressive. - Maybe he came back too soon. - Are you kidding me? It's been six months of this zombie routine. We can't indulge this anymore.
- (WHISPERING) Let's be honest, we're not worth $14 a share if my partner takes a sabbatical as the local domino champion of Crazy Town. That's a little harsh, Whit. WHIT: I'm sorry, but it's true
- Is this Pl good? She caught me cheating. Oscar could have caught you cheating. Who the hell's Oscar? My son. Oh. (STAMMERING) That Oscar? This private investigator isn't gonna find anything th
- SALLY: He writes letters. CLAIRE: Letters? What kind of letters? SALLY: This might be the strangest thing I have ever come across. - You got the letters? - Oh, yeah. SIMON: Can we ask you how?
- Howard? Hey, it's Claire. I swung by that place down the street and got you some dinner.
- It's that shrimp thing you like.
- Okay, I'm gonna leave it right here, in case you haven't eaten.
- Hey, don't keep leaving the food there. He doesn't eat it. Oh, I'm... I'm sorry. And he's late on his rent again. He doesn't answer his door, and I don't have a working number for him. Yeah, he
- Here he is. Hey, where's your stuff? I wanted to text you, but Mom said I had to call. Text me about what? But then Barry said I had to tell you in person. Are we taking life advice from Barry
- How you doing? Can I get, like, five minutes, maybe a couple feet just to have this conversation with my daughter?
- Thanks. Honey, I got... I got all kinds of stuff planned. I got a Christmas tree for us. Then sucks for you. I got us tickets to Hamilton. Then sucks for Hamilton. That's a tough ticket, Alliso
- Why don't you want to spend the holiday with me? I miss you. Because I hate you. Because you're a philanthropist. Because you broke Mom's heart. - (STAMMERS) Philanderer. - ALLISON: What'? The
- Look, I agreed to tell you in person, and now I have.
- Hey, have a good Christmas. (ELEVATOR BELL DINGS)
- (ELEVATOR BUTTON CLICKS) So, rapid fire round while I got you? Cavs are in town. Christmas showdown at the Garden. I never give your seat away. I just go solo, but we could go. Don't even have t
- Right, number two. We're gonna lose the Danworth account because that's always been your relationship. And they're not feeling the love, as you might imagine. So that's gonna happen.
- Whatever though, because we've got an offer from Omnicom, and it's real. 17 bucks a share. Please consider it, because... Yeah, yeah. Because they leave total creative control and they let ever
- The Beijing boys are here. Oh, God. No one wants Chinese coffee. Well, we're selling it. The Manchurian macchiato. Mmm. What are we casting? - Cruise line. - Now, see, that's good copy. "Shed y
- That does hit me here. Right? You can have it for free. Just, wait. Wait. Wait.
- - Hey, Frankel. - Yeah? "Shed your skin, find your life." "Shed your skin, find your life." Everybody, okay? Got it. She made it better.
- (ELEVATOR BELL DINGS) No, no, no.
- - (TIRES SCREECHING) - (HORN HONKING)
- BRIGITTE: "And you talk to me in such tones "as if it wasn't the breath in my lungs that gave you life." - You're late. - AMY: Sorry. "As if it wasn't a spark in my mind "that gave that life me
- (DOGS BARKING) (INDISTINCT POLICE RADIO CHATTER ON TV) Apartment next door is vacant, but the guy down the hall says he didn't hear anything. Ditto the manager. Wait, they have a CSI: Cleveland
- I think they're... I think they're voting on a new head of the syndicate. I got a raccoon friend. He's on the task force. He put a bug out there for me by the trash cans. We're gonna tape every
- Hey, I'm your son. (CHUCKLING) I know that!
- When I was at FBW, I had this account for a psycho stimulant drug, right? And they went with some bullshit generic campaign, - but I kept the Hispanic market. - (SPEAKING SPANISH) Here, watch t
- Do you see where I'm going with this? - (SIGHS) Not really. - Okay, okay. Look, look. We can't get Howard to deal with this reality that we need him to deal with. And he's writing letters to abst
- Death. Time. Great. When do we get paid?
- BRIGITTE: "Dear Death, you travel with so much mythology, "cause so much pain, inspire such fear. "But you're a paper tiger to me. "You're just pathetic and powerless middle management. "You don
- CLAIRE: He goes to work, and the dog park. And that's it. Okay. So, here's how I'm gonna do it. I'm gonna come to him angry. Like, pissed off. Like, we got a problem. No, no, no. Don't do that.
- Look, I don't want you antagonizing Howard. Do you get that?
- AMY: But the letter only consists of one word, "Goodbye." Look. "Dear Love, goodbye." What am I even supposed to say to him? Um, it's... It's a letter to Love saying goodbye, right? - Yeah. -
- Dogs. They grieve, and they fully understand death.
- You called me a paper tiger. In the letter you wrote me. You said I was pathetic.
- Mmm. You don't remember? You went on about middle management, making a deal, paper tiger. Oh, Howard, it wasn't that long ago. Where did you get that? - Who are you? - Who did you write the let
- Nice to meet you. Charmed, I'm sure.
- I know, I know. People write letters to the universe all the time. Most don't get a personal response. But you are, because I just wanted to tell you that you're wrong. I'm not some powerless mi
- and clear things up between us.
- - I really am Death, Howard! - (DOG YIPPING)
- He believed me. I'm telling you he believed me. - That's amazing. - I mean, that was spectacular. Because there was no safety net, you see. That... That... That was Grotowski. - That was pure St
- They told me that Trevor had packed his little suitcase, that he said he was going home. I was furious. But he was sleeping, so I couldn't talk to him. I mean, what nurse promises this dying fi
- So, of course I'm frantic. I am shouting at the staff, trying to get to the bottom of it. Well, Trevor finally wakes up and I go to him. You know, his little blue suitcase was still at the edge
- "I'm not going back to our house. "I'm going home."
- He died four hours later. (DOOR OPENS)
- Are you looking for Smallest Wings Support Group? Um... - Yes. - And you are?
- - Um, Howard. - Howard. Come on in. Have a seat.
- Did you lose a child, Howard? Yeah. - MADELINE: Boy or girl? - Uh... A girl.
- No, it's okay. Howard. You don't have to answer. You don't even have to talk, okay? You stick around?
- Okay- Thank you so much for sharing. We really appreciate it. Thank you. Does anybody have anything else they'd like to say?
- - So, Why'd you decide to come in tonight? - Hmm? Yeah, I've... I've seen you outside. I was gonna come out one night and invite you in, but I guess I didn't want to blow up your spot. - Blow u
- I'm Madeline. Nice to meet you.
- My daughter's name was Olivia. She died of a rare form of brain cancer known as Glioblastoma Multiforme, or GBM for short. She was six years old.
- What was your daughter's name, Howard?
- Okay. Fine. Don't answer. I'm not gonna torture you. Thank you. - Was it the holidays? - Mmm? Why you decided to come in tonight. We get a lot of first-timers during the holidays. - No, that'
- I'm, uh... I'm trying to fix my mind.
- You lost a child, Howard. It'll never be fixed.
- Hey- Signed contracts and confidentiality agreements. - Oh, great. Thank you. - So, did he say something? Who, Howard? - No. Unfortunately, he didn't. - Oh, he believed it, I'm telling you. -
- You could say, uh, I'm very sick.
- Yeah, but you're doing it now.
- Simon. Simon. Come on, tell me. Tell me. What is it? What's wrong?
- What's wrong? What's wrong is that I came out of remission two weeks before my son was born. What's wrong is that I'm running a marathon every day pretending to be healthy. That's what's wrong.
- You haven't? No, just some pushy actress that I don't really know.
- What is it? It's multiple myeloma. I fought it when I was 16, and then again when I was 25. It just never went away. Instead it regrouped and got stronger.
- Are your affairs in order? My affairs are not in order. That's why I hired you. It's bad enough that I'm leaving my family. I'm not gonna leave them penniless.
- He believed me. Howard. He believed me.
- HOWARD: Hey. Excuse me. No, don't touch that. I don't understand dominoes. There's no board to play them on, or basket to throw them into. Right. Um... I think you might be in the wrong place.
- "Time, they say you heal all wounds, "but they don't talk about how you destroy all that's good in the world. "How you turn beauty into ash." Now that's some bullshit, Howard. If Love is creation
- Ask her. Go ahead. Ask her if she can see me.
- I'm not gonna be in the meeting. Mmm-hmm. Well, they insisted I ask. I mean, they're probably gonna fire us, so... Okay. - Awesome. - Yes. Okay. See you later.
- RAFFI: You can have this back, Howard. Why did you write me anyway? You wrote me because you need me. No. Urn... I don't need anything from you, okay? You all like to bitch and complain. "There
- Hey. hey! You know, I should be the one that's writing angry letters.
- That was the worst thing I've ever done. That was the best thing I've ever done. What was that thing you said about Einstein in there? Einstein called time a stubbornly persistent illusion. What
- We really don't need to have this conversation, ever.
- Anyway. just... Yeah, wanted to say great job today. Just a stubborn illusion, Claire. You have all the time in the world. You're nine!
- You gotta be friggin' kidding me. I'm eating.
- You said goodbye, and that... (SIGHS) We don't get to choose who we love or who loves us back. And that means you're powerless to me as long as you're alive because I'm the fabric of life. I'm w
- I completely screwed it up. I was weepy and apologetic. Well, I think love can be weepy and apologetic. I think I was better at the end. Hey, hey. I'm sure you were great. You're sweet. Can I k
- People crying because their kids died. Hmm. Uh... Uh, there's a thing called bereavement hallucinations. Yes. Right. Um. Okay. So, uh... I looked them up. And here's the thing. I don't sleep.
- I'm having conversations. Mmm-hmm.
- I mean, conversations. Okay.
- It's okay. Never mind. Um... - Howard? - Yeah. You wanna have a conversation with me?
- So, I assume you're a part of the 79%? Mmm? Of couples who get divorced after losing a child. Yeah. Mmm. Yeah, me too.
- I don't even know what love is anymore. Do you still love him? We never fell out of love. At least, I don't think so. It's just... We can... (SIGHS)
- The day our divorce was final, he sent me this.
- "If only we could be strangers again."
- The most romantic gesture he ever made.
- So, to answer your question, Yes, I Still love him.
- What did you mean when you said you were having conversations? Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah. - Conversations with who? - Um... It's not "who." It's really... It's... You're gonna think I'm crazy. Try
- What was the trade? You said Death wouldn't make the trade. What does that mean? When we realized our... My daughter was dying, I prayed, uh...
- Not to God or the universe, but to Death. I offered a trade. Take me, leave my daughter.
- But she didn't wanna make the trade, so...
- BRIGITTE: So, who won that round? You or the porcelain? (CHUCKLES) Porcelain. Porcelain's undefeated.
- I'm sorry about that, I thought everyone left. Yes, they did. But I'm here to close up. SIMON: Good. You need help getting home? No. I'm fine. I'm... I'm good.
- I Googled you. - You did? - Yeah. (WHISPERS) Oh, God. You came from nothing. You put yourself through Duke, you married a wonderful woman, you're a loving father. So, you lived well. You lived
- But, my friend, you're not dying right. (BREATHING HEAVILY) Are you gonna tell me how to die? Have you told your family yet?
- - Mmm-mmm. - You're not helping them. You're just denying them what is rightfully theirs. Yeah? And what's that? Pain? Atrophy? Disease? Yes. Yes. All of it. And the chance to say goodbye.
- MADELINE: Okay. I have something that I haven't told anyone. It doesn't involve letters or angels or anything like that, but it means something to me.
- They were preparing Olivia to say goodbye. And my husband was trying to calm my mother in the parking lot because she lost it.
- So I was alone and I was sitting there in the waiting room at Maimonides Hospital. And there was this woman who sat next to me.
- And she asked me who I was about to lose. And I told her.
- And she looked at me and she said,
- "Just be sure to notice "the collateral beauty."
- I mean, she... She said it so casually.
- In the next room, my six-year-old daughter was being taken off life support.
- And this woman says "collateral beauty."
- People don't know what to say in those moments. No, she did. I just didn't get it at the time. See, it wasn't said out of sympathy or awkwardness. It was from experience.
- About a year later, something started to happen to me, you know. I would be walking or on the subway, whatever, and I would just burst into tears. But these weren't Olivia tears. These were tea
- from this kind of profound connection to everything. And I realized it was the collateral beauty.
- I mean, there's... There's no such thing as collateral beauty. There is, Howard.
- It'll never bring her back. And it will never ever make it okay.
- But I promise you, it's there.
- Okay. You need to talk to them, Howard. Look, um... Appreciate your story, but I'm not really feeling the "collateral beauty" thing. I don't care! Yell at them, reason with them, challenge the
- But then they gave her to me and I had the most amazing sensation run through me.
- It... I can't... What? Finish it. It sounds... It's goofy. No, it doesn't sound goofy. Do you know, actually, this is the first time that I felt any attraction towards you, whatsoever. - Really
- I realized that I wasn't feeling love. I had become love.
- She doesn't talk to me now, though. She blames me for the divorce, and so she's angry at me. And... I deserve it. I'm gonna make you a deal. If you can take all of this, frankly, aggressive det
- and extraordinary openness and use it on winning your daughter back,
- See, you don't feel that? Oh, wow. Give me my hand back. You feel that though, right? You feel it? - That's sparks. - Goodbye, Whit. That's what that is.
- Hey! What's up? - What? - You got something to say?
- You got something you wanna say? Oh, yeah. I got a lot of things I'd like to say to you. Well, say it. Say it! See, you just waste time. See, I give you a gift and you just waste it! I don't ca
- Oh, come on. Are you here to take me? No, Howard. I'm here to ride the F train with you. Oh, okay. So, there are these two twins in a womb, a boy and a girl. You telling a joke? No, no. It's a
- So, then the girl looks at the cord. This cord that has fed them, has nourished them, this cord that they can't possibly conceive could be attached to anything else. And she says, "Well, we hav
- Then there's the science, biocentrism, and we're all living and dying in infinite universes all at the same time. And then the religion, the Christians and their salvation, and the Buddhists and
- It all basically says that you're a natural part of life, we shouldn't hate you, we shouldn't fear you. I guess we should just accept you, right? That's it? I get it. Here's the thing. It's all
- because she's not here holding my fucking hand.
- MEN: (SINGING) Oh, Lord, what a beautiful city Oh, Lord, what a beautiful city Twelve gates to the city Hallelujah Amen, amen Who are all those children All dressed up in white
- (GROANS) You gonna cry again? You don't like it when I'm sad? - Ah, aren't you always sad? - No. No, I can be other things. I can be happy. - I can be unexpected and unpredictable... - Huh. An
- And home. I can be home, Howard, you remember? Do you remember me?
- Listen. All the "fabric of life" bullshit, save that for somebody else. It's not bullshit. (STUTTERS) I know you don't believe me, but you have to trust me. Trust you? - Trust you? - Yes! I di
- Don't try and live without me, Howard. Please don't.
- The deal with Omnicom's almost done. What about Howard? Well, they're aware of the situation but we still have to prove that Howard's ability to vote is, uh, compromised. I can't believe it's co
- CHAIRMAN: We're here to give you a chance to explain this.
- Howard, what are you doing in this video? I do not care about time. This is a prison sentence!
- I don't want your gift! CHAIRMAN: What are you doing, Howard? HOWARD: Because you took hers. Howard? HOWARD: You gonna cry again? Aren't you always sad? What about here? HOWARD: Listen. All th
- Trust you? Trust you? I did trust you! I committed everything to you and you betrayed me!
- I saw you every day in her eyes, and I heard you in her voice when she laughed. And I felt you inside of me... Howard? When she called me "Daddy. " Howard? You broke my heart. Howard, I need y
- Howard, who are you talking to? That's enough. It's enough. Thank you. (STUTTERS) You made the point, I think. Just turn it off.
- (INHALES) You hired people to follow me? Make video? No, that wasn't the initial intention. No, (STUTTERS) we did. Yeah, we did. (INHALES DEEPLY) We did a lot more than that, Howard. Howard, I
- Maybe none of us are. You think I haven't noticed?
- I mean, Claire, you dedicated your entire life to this agency. You made us your family when you could have been starting your own.
- And, uh, you've been absolutely killing yourself, covering for me, and I appreciate that. (SNIFFLES) Thank you. (SIGHS)
- And, Simon, you've done your best to hide it from everyone, but I know your history. And I suspect I'm making an already impossible situation - even worse for you. - (SNIFFLES)
- I promise you, as long as I am here, your family will be cared for.
- Best friend I've ever had. But I'm disappointed in you, man. I mean, not for... Not for this. Not for this. (SIGHS) You don't need her permission to be her father.
- Allison's the best thing you got happening in this world, and tomorrow's not promised.
- You guys did the right thing.
- I want our agency to survive. Something should. All right, um...
- - (SIGHS HEAVILY) - Your approval of the sale.
- Uh, the other one? The one you called me six times to have me sign. Um, I assume you have it here with you.
- (SNIFFLES) (EXHALES SLOWLY) This is the right thing. I'm telling you, this is the right thing.
- (SNIFFLES) Excuse me. What was that second piece of paper? Howard put some of his ownership into a trust in his daughter's name. It's just a legal certificate saying she's no longer with us.
- (CLICKS TONGUE) I think I need a drink.
- (KNOCK ON DOOR) (COUGHING) (FLUSHES)
- "They say that the time in Heaven "is compared to the blink of an eye "for us on this Earth.
- "Sometimes I think of Adam running "through a beautiful field of wild flowers.
- (CLOSES LAPTOP) "He's so happy, completely caught up in what he's doing.
- "But then he looks back "like he used to do when he ran ahead of me "in airports or malls or wherever.
- "And he smiles." Jesus. "Because the blink of his eye was the rest of my life
- "and I'm right there behind him."
- (SNIFFLES) Anyway, it's a first draft. (CHUCKLES) (BREATHING SHAKILY) It's beautiful. Really beautiful.
- Does anybody else wanna say anything? Okay, I guess that's all for tonight.
- - (SIRENS WAILING) - (HORNS HONKING)
- (HORN HONKING) Sorry, sorry.-
- I can't believe you made me come into this neighborhood carrying $20,000 in cash. What are you gonna do with it? You should put it aside for acting school. You were really good. Mmm. I'm gonna u
- Yeah? Yeah, well, that's pretty much not in the cards. I decided against the science and it seems time finally caught up with me. There was this dust dealer up on 187th who gave me Brave New Wo
- See, Claire, your children don't have to come from you. They go through you.
- So, I wouldn't consider the battle with time over just yet. I thought time wasn't linear. I thought it was an illusion. (SIGHS) Maybe that was just bullshit, Claire. Maybe that was just acting.
- - WHIT: Hey, Allison. - Come on, let's go. Oh. Come on. Allison! I'll meet you guys there.
- I don't wanna talk to you. You know that. Leave me alone. No. I won't leave you alone. - No? - No. I know you're angry at me, and that's okay. I can take it. But we gotta talk about it becaus
- I really love you. Mom says you butcher that word. Not when I say it to you. Look... I can't fly you to Maine for lunch or get you picked up in a Tesla and take you to your internship with Anna
- But, um... Just so you know, tomorrow's a half-day. Well, I'll be here then.
- I've been waiting a long time for my moment for validation, and this was it. An audience of one, in secret, with no applause.
- (CHUCKLES) (COUGHS) I told my wife. Oh, how did it go? She knew. She's getting ready for it.
- You know, when I was younger, I used to think,
- you really wanna live to be 100 years old? You know, like a shriveled up raisin. And the answer to that now is yes.
- Because my son would be 70, his son would be 40, and his son would be 10.
- And I would be the man, you know. Pops.
- (SIGHS) Could get used to that, you know.
- I wish I could be hereto see the play. Oh, no, no. The play is dead after all this. But you never know, nothing's ever really dead if you look at it right.
- Hey- Hey- Uh, it's Christmas Eve. Mmm-hmm. And you're alone. By choice. Can I ruin that?
- I was watching a video I took of my daughter. She's dancing with her father in it.
- Can I show it to you, Howard?
- My daughter's name was Olivia.
- She died of a rare form of brain cancer known as Glioblastoma Multiforme, or GBM for short. She was six years old.
- What was your daughter's name, Howard? (SIGHS HEAVILY)
- (OLIVIA LAUGHING ON TV) OLIVIA: Swing me faster!
- Faster, Daddy! Faster! (LAUGHS)
- (LAUGHS) (YELLING PLAYFULLY)
- MADELINE: Howard... OLIVIA: (CHUCKLING) I feel like a bird. MADELINE: Say her name.
- (CRYING) Her name was Olivia.
- She had a rare form of cancer called Glioblastoma Multiforme, or GBM for short.
- Her name was Olivia. She had a rare form of cancer called Glioblastoma Multiforme, or GBM for short. She was only six years old.
- Our baby's name was Olivia. (GULPS) She was only six years old. (IN HALES SHARP LY)
- MADELINE: (ON VIDEO) What are you guys doing?
- You ready? You ready? GO, go! (YELLS PLAYFULLY)
- (LAUGHING) Now we start all over again. You ready? (CHUCKLING) We start all over again.
- WOMAN: Are you losing somebody?
- I'm sorry? Who are you losing?
- (BREATH TREMBLING) Um, my daughter.
- Just make sure you notice the collateral beauty.
Howard - Will Smith
Whit - Edward Norton
Claire - Kate Winslet
Simon - Michael Peña
Brigitte - Helen Mirren
Madeline - Naomie Harris
Amy - Keira Knightley
Raffi - Jacob Latimore
Sally Price - Ann Dowd
Trevor's Mom - Liza Colón-Zayas
Adam's Mom - Natalie Gold
Allison - Kylie Rogers
Simon's Wife - Shirley Rumierk
Olivia - Alyssa Cheatham
Sally's Grandson - Benjamin Snyder
Whit's Mother - Mary Beth Peil
Father with Photo - Andy Taylor
Chairman of the Board - Michael Cumpsty
Monster (Mexican Commercial) - Jonathan Rivera Morales
Teacher (Mexican Commercial) - Joseph Castillo-Midyett
Homeless A Capella Singer - Bryan Terrell Clark
Homeless A Capella Singer - Marcus Paul James
Homeless A Capella Singer - Mykal Kilgore
Super - Jimmy Palumbo
Support Group Member - Elia Monte-Brown
Support Group Member (as Crystal A. Dickinson) - Crystal Dickinson
Support Group Member - Suzy Jane Hunt
Support Group Member (as Andrés Munar) - Andres Munar
Junior Executive - Claire Glassford
Board Member - Harriett D. Foy
Board Member - Maureen Mueller
Board Member - Steven Hauck
Board Member (as Robert Toshi Chan) - Robert 'Toshi' Kar Yuen Chan
Board Member - Willie C. Carpenter
Restaurant Patron - Emily Bennett
Hispanic Commercial Kid - Kiara Carrion
Ad Agency Employee - Carlos Clemenz
Woman in Park - Carol Commissiong
NYC Pedestrian - Marmee Regine Cosico
Kid Ice Skater - Ethan Coskay
Park Goer - Jordyn Crawford
Farm Market Kid - William Currid
Carousel Rider - Chloe R. Fernandez
MaryMount all Girl Student - Jessica Marie Hamilton
Passerby - Laura Hart
Julian - Ayden Hernandez
Kate Winslet Niece - Remi Hilson
Yardsham / Inlet Employee - Agron Karameti
Catholic School Girl - Jordana Keller
Marymount Student - Madeline Lupi
Ice Skater - Kellan McCann
Employee - Justin McGriff
Woman - Inna Muratova
Stan - Enrique Murciano
Subway Passenger - Toshiko Onizawa
Marymount Student - Lily Peterson
Skateboarder - Marek Radin
Auditioning Actress - Rebecca Ruber
Dylan - Jesse Ray Sheps
Restaurant patron - Nancy Ellen Shore
Support Group Member - Gina Johnson Smith
Dog Owner in Park - George J. Vezina
Park Goer - Renee Wood