The director of the document, Olga Špátová, deals with her peers, who are the first adult generation that has grown up in a free society after forty years of communism. Young people, contemplating the seemingly banal question: "What is your greatest wish?" were filmed in schools, prisons, and at demonstrations in the city and in the country. Špátová used the opportunity to compare the values of her peers with two previous generations by using archive shots from 1964 and 1989 from the films of the same name made by her father, the legendary Czech documentarist Jan Špáta (October 25, 1932 – August 18, 2006). In the film there are shots from director Jan Špáta’s films The Greatest Wish (1964) and The Greatest Wish 2 (1989). Copies of archive films were lent by Národní filmový archiv, Prague and photographs from the archives of Jan Špáta, Milan Babinec and Jiří Pekárek were used.
Vladimír Strnad /klavír, Rhodes/, Martin Sedlák /violoncello/, Petr Valášek /basklarinet/, Pražská komorní filharmonie (Music Conducted by Jakub Hrůša), Ráchel Skleničková /klavír/, Lenka Ebelová /klavír/, Ráchel Skleničková /piano/, Aneta Langerová /vokály/, Filharmonie Brno (Music Conducted by Jakub Hrůša)
The Greatest Wish 3
Největší přání 3
premiere 20 September 2012 /suitable for all ages/
AEROFILMS s.r.o. (monopol do 31. 12. 2013)
DCP 2-D, DVD
Dolby Digital, digital sound