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A man (Will Smith) cannot come to terms with an unbearable loss and when on the brink of losing everything he must face the truth about life. Meanwhile, afraid that his emotional state is damaging their company, his colleagues are trying to prove he is mentally incompetent. Also with Edward Norton, Kate Winslet, Michael Peņa, Helen Mirren, Naomie Harris, Keira Knightley and Jacob Latimore. Directed by David Frankel. [1:37]

SEX/NUDITY 1 - A man asks a woman if he can kiss her and she says, "Let's not sexualize it," and he responds, "I've had sex without sexualizing it," and the woman walks away. A man and a woman hug.
 We hear that a man was caught having an affair with a younger woman (a subordinate) and his wife divorced him. A woman is shown searching sperm donor websites and we understand that she is not married and wants to have a child.
 A woman wears a low-cut sweater and a low-cut dress that reveal cleavage in a couple of scenes.

VIOLENCE/GORE 3 - A young man riding on a skateboard grabs onto a man riding a bicycle; the man on the bike brakes and the skateboarder is thrown onto the ground (we do not see injuries); the cyclist yells at the skateboarder and throws the skateboard. A man rides his bike into oncoming traffic; cars honk and swerve (he is not injured).
 A man yells at a woman and says, "You betrayed me." A man dreams of playing with his young daughter (now dead) and wakes with a start. A man sits alone in an apartment in the dark as a woman knocks on the door and leaves food in the hallway. A man follows a woman through a building and onto the street before addressing her in a theater. Investigators on a TV show put on plastic gloves at a crime scene (no blood or gore is evident). A man yells at children in a TV commercial and we see a large monster enter the room and it is identified as an "anger monster." People talk about manipulating a man's pain and that he is incompetent to sign a business deal. A man talks about not sleeping more than 6-7 hours a week. A man says that he prayed to death to take him instead of his daughter.
 People in a grief support group talk about the death of their children in several scenes. We hear that a man's child died. We hear that a man is out of remission. A young girl tells her father, "I hate you" and refuses to spend time with him after he "broke Mom's heart." A letter addresses the recipient as, "Dead tissue that won't decompose." An elderly woman talks about werewolves in front of her house and we understand that she has had a stroke. Song lyrics include references to truth being like blood under your fingernails. A man talks about coming out of remission 2 weeks before his son was born. A man sits in a competency hearing and watches video of himself ranting on a street, a sidewalk and a subway train.
 A man coughs violently in several scenes and we see him leaning over a toilet once, then flushing (we do not see vomit, but it is implied).

LANGUAGE 5 - At least 1 F-word, 11 scatological terms, 5 mild obscenities, name-calling (zombie, crazy, philanderer, philanthropist, Mormon grandmother, nut house, wack-a-doodle, devil, pathetic, silly, mean little arrogant thug, bat [scatological term deleted] crazy), exclamations (shut-up), 2 religious exclamations (Oh My God, Oh God).

SUBSTANCE USE - A young man tells a woman that he could buy designer drugs with money that she gives him, and we see a TV ad for a drug that is prescribed to manage anger.

DISCUSSION TOPICS - Death of a child, grief, love, time, death, fear, divorce, disaster, infidelity, business, terminal illness, grief counseling, gaslighting, bereavement hallucinations, validation, parenthood, fertility.

MESSAGE - Death and grief are dealt with differently by different people and it sometimes takes extraordinary measures to help people deal with their grief.