Excerpts from the series “History of the philosophy according to Highlanders by Father Tischner,” created by Witold Bereś and Arthur Więcek “Baron,” are presented in highlanders′ dialogue. They make up a tale full of humor, freedom, and the joy of life. By arguing that the Greeks were not the original philosophers, Tischner concludes that it was not Plato or Aristotle, but instead Władek Trebunia Tutka from Biały Dunajec and Tadek Pudzisz from Gronków. Władek reflects that truth is beauty, and one should look for the true state. Tadek is the sensitive thinker who reflects on God and science to find the meaning of happiness. All of this is told with humor and set in the beautiful scenery of the Tatra Highlands. It’s worthwhile to note that the setting of the film at Tischner’s highlander shelter on Krokowka is where Tischner’s friends came together in June 2005. They are all heroes of the book. In the warmth and humor of the tales they mention their friend and spiritual guide.