I wonder if humans are more curious these days. We've always been a species with a high level of curiosity. We like figuring things out. However, there has always been a huge imbalance of power based on access of information. Not scientific curiosity, but curiosity of how society and the world of business worked. Long ago you followed your king because it's all you knew. We started figuring there was something amiss with taxes - were did all that money go? - but could never prove anything. Or, movies. We always knew if wasn't really (right?) but never really knew how they pulled it off.
But today, you can't find a movie without a behind the scenes to explain how all the magic was pulled off. You can hold politicians accountable because you can see where there money goes, or how they are two faced. We're being trained to be curious of the story behind the story. But now a days, the people crafting or selling the story, can fake the story. Because if you try to fake the story. Spin the story. Or change the story. You'll get called on it. And people will try to call you on it, and have the tools to find the information to call you on it. It's quite cool and that's why I wonder if people, know they can find answers, are now more curious to seek those answers.
In this vein of curiosity, I hope Honda expands on this film that has been titled Making of More forwards please and shows us more the the "making of."