Quote by James Mackintosh
It is right to be contented with what we have, but never with what we are.
This quote suggests that it is important to find satisfaction with the material possessions or circumstances we have in life, recognizing gratitude for what we possess. However, it warns against complacency in personal growth or development. It emphasizes the need to constantly strive for self-improvement, pushing ourselves beyond our current state and not settling for mediocrity in who we are as individuals.
You don't know what someone's going to walk away from a movie with, but you hope it's something positive, but if nothing, you want them most basically to be entertained and engaged. That's your job. But you also hope to give them something to chew on or maybe some insight into the human existence, you hope a little bit. Not to sound too lofty.