-- Kids and adults often want different things in life. Kids, for example, rarely want a new designer handbag. And adults don't generally long for their blankies in the middle of the day.
And when it comes to body image -- specifically what kids and adults would change about their bodies -- the answers are astounding.
"Only one?" one woman laughs. "I would change my forehead," said another. "I have a really big forehead."
Face puffiness, baby-rearing stretch marks, big ears and more, the adults tell the camera.
And then there's the kids.
"You know, like have a mermaid tail," one girl responds. Teleportation, responds another. "I want legs like a cheetah so I can run faster like a cheetah," said one little boy. "Wings," said another.
"I don't think there's anything to change."
"I like my body actually," said the first girl. "Just the mermaid tail."
Jubilee executive director Jason Y. Lee, said the film is a reminder to us all that "we were each beautifully and uniquely made." We beleive we look our best, he said, when we are confident and comfortable in our own skin.
"As a child," Lee said, "I was convinced that if I ate enough carrots I'd be able to see through walls. As I grew older, x-ray vision was joined by a long list of things I wanted to change about my body: clearer skin, more muscle, slightly taller, etc. That said, I haven't stopped eating carrots. A boy can dream, right?"