I've just found this very nice short clip on YouTube about the 'making of' one of my favourite movies of all times (on certain criteria it is in my top 5 and for sure on top 10 all movies I have ever seen- which , by the way, gives me the idea of compiling a list with my top 25 or so, for a future post). The movie is Richard Linklater's "Waking Life"(see its description on IMDb and on RottenTomatoes, respectively)- the only other movie directed by Linklater that I have seen is Tape (IMDb, RottenTomatoes), which is also in my top 25 (or 50 for sure, have to compile that list...), so my prior is that this guy is an excellent director.
I like to think of this movie, in a one line characterization, as "salsa dancing with my confusion", which is the punch line of one of the characters, perhaps my favourite one, Speed Levitch, playing... himself (his whole phrase is "On really romantic evenings of self, I go salsa dancing with my confusion."; another superb line from him is "Life is a matter of a miracle that is collected over time by moments flabbergasted to be in each others presence."- watch the movie for more!). I highly recommend this to everybody; in my case even after seeing it four times (cinema, dvd), I would still take the opportunity to watch it again, anytime. It's even better if you actually have a background on at least some of the dialogues that take part throughout most of the movie (it is impossible to master all that compilation of ideas, for instance, just the 'pure philosophical' dialogues, to label them somehow, already span several major subfields and schools- and you get just a glimpse in each of them...) , but for a first view you can also do without. Just relax and become one with the characters. The soundtrack (I would say it is a must to have that separately: it is a great soundtrack album) is also superb. And once you watched the movie entirely (but not before!), there are plenty of excerpts of dialogues from the movie, most of them self-contained, on YouTube.