Krzysztof Kieślowski's short documentary of "talking heads", wherein people of different ages share their hopes and opinions. The subjects are emotive and articulate. The tone ranges from cute, bitter, resigned, and then optimistic. A little boy states that he hopes to paint horses, a middle aged man sarcastically infers that his occupation is drinking and a 100 year old woman states that she hopes to live longer. I've always enjoyed Kieślowski's documentaries. They share the same spirit of his later films. There was a naturalism and emotivity to his work; the characters would convey, or try to, or look for an emotional truth. Sometimes in the most quiet and simple ways, even when the film itself was romantic and surreal, like in the Double Life of Veronique. Kieślowski is my favorite, always.