Why is the universe so big? When did it begin? When is it going to end? What is the Higgs boson and what does it matter? If these are the type of questions that keep you awake at night – or if you’re only casually curious about nuclear physicists and/or the origin of the universe – Mark Levinson’s skillfully didactic documentary will scratch an itch you might never otherwise realize you had. We get to watch as 10,000 scientists from more than 100 countries “try to understand the basic laws of nature.” And it’s a thrill to do so (99 min.).