Around 1987 or so my Mom acquired an Olympus XA-2. For me, it was love at first sight. Just a smidgen bigger than a bar of soap with a slightly protruding belly of a lens cover, it is an adorable industrial design. It is the smallest 35mm film camera I've held in my hands. Only 7.5 ounces, it turns itself off and resets the focus to mid-distance when the clamshell is closed which also completely protects the lens. Two S76 batteries will last for years.
I took an XA-2 to Burning Man in 2014 and 2015. It's a very light travel camera and the loud clicking of the shutter is such an anachronistic sound people in front of the camera laughed out loud. Pure joy.