MOTW #1: Collateral Beauty Starring Will Smith

For this week’s Watch This: Movie of the Week, I’m encouraging all my fellow creatives to watch the movie Collateral Beauty starring Will Smith.

This is a great movie!

In a post earlier this week, I talked about the power of literary abstraction to deal with complex emotions. In the movie, Will Smith’s character is grieving the loss of his family and in the midst of his emotional turmoil, he writes letters to 3 abstractions: Love, Time, and Death.

To learn more how you can use the technique of literary abstraction to heal from trauma or better process toxic emotions read THIS.

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3 responses to “MOTW #1: Collateral Beauty Starring Will Smith”

  1. […] Will Smith. If you’d like to know more about the movie, I recommended it in one of my previous Watch This: Movie of the Week […]


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