She looks happy but I just wonder if she knows anything else.
It also reminded me of a Swiss movie, Vitus about a piano prodigy who begins to feel the pressure from his parents to perform, but starts to become disinterested in piano. view trailer on youtube
I have friends with kids who say they will never force what they like (skateboarding culture/music) on their kids. The fear is that they, like Vitus, will end up hating it or being bored with it eventually and never really getting the joy of discovering those things on their own.
My parents were (still are) big sports fans. It was a big part of my childhood, but when I had the choice I wasn't interested in sports. I leaned towards music and art. Was this because playing sports was expected of me? Maybe it's why I resisted. I really like baseball now and sort of regret not ever playing on a team as a kid. So maybe parents should not force things on kids, but let them know what's out there.
This is the same way I feel about religion. Much like really technical and serious heavy metal music, I feel religion is to intense of a subject to force upon a child who isn't old enough to really make up their own mind.