This is a one-hour documentary movie by German writer and director Werner Herzog from Almost 45 years ago. However, the version I watched was only slightly under 45 minutes. It basically deals with a group of disabled children and how they master their everyday lives on their own and with the help of trained guardians. As the title implies, this movie is not only focused on the kids life today, but also on their prospects in the future and comes the conclusion that these are pretty bad unfortunately. I personally would be interested in seeing a documentary film from today to see how they developed now that they are probably all in their 50s. It's a decent early effort by Herzog, who was still in his 20s when this was made. We hear Herzog ask some of the questions and his voice back then sounded already pretty much like his voice today. However, he does not narrate this film. The late and prolific German actor Rolf Illig takes this job here. In the end, they show a good example of how a disabled child developed into a successful adult. It says a lot that he had to go to the United States for that. Then again, many disabled people were killed in Nazi Germany (30 years before this documentary), so there were maybe not too many people to pick from in Germany. All in all, it's a decent watch, not among Herzog's worst, but not among his best either. Recommended.