Thought Moments is a Buddhist term for the mental states that we experience after a physical or mental object enters the mind. This film examines subjects during such thought moments. It does this by recording reactions to questions that are seemingly innocuous, but actually seek to reveal our true nature.

During interviews with people on the city streets, the micro-expressions of the interviewees are slowed down and eye direction is tracked, highlighting the responses to ten simple questions."

These thought moments are broken down into 6 categories and the director has decided that each eye movement aiming in a particular direction can be categorized under that field. It sounds very foolish until about minute 5:00 when one begins to see time after time the process repeat. Though not scientific, it is interesting.