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Cheney's goal isn't so much to inform as to inspire, and it's vicariously exciting to watch his subjects step out of their own research and into that of their peers.
"The Most Unknown" feels like a science documentary cross-fertilized with that sentimental old Coke commercial - the smartest among us holding hands across the globe, charting our universe in happy harmony.
With so many discussions to drop in on, each with its own stuff to show off...each sequence can only hint at what's fascinating about its field.
You walk out of "The Most Unknown" knowing a little more than you did, and with the sense there's so much more you don't.
The scientists' fascination is contagious, and it seems clear that their curiosity should be sustained.
None of the nine scientific pursuits on display can be covered in-depth, but there are still mindblowers... The Most Unknown demonstrates how both science and society can progress.
In the meantime, this is the most intelligent package of cultural-scientific information of the year 2018, wherever you catch it.
This film is less focused and sometimes meanders in danger of losing meaning as we meet these strangers who try to connect through each other's understanding of science.
The interactions between the scientists are eye-opening for them and for the viewers and reminds one of the importance of curiosity as integral to living a meaningful life.
Nine researchers from different disciplines pair off to hunt answers to the knottiest problems of existence in this enthusiastic and fetchingly lensed buffet of inquiry.
A light mingling-of-the-disciplines science documentary that humanizes a class of people too often demonized in America's return to "Know Nothingism."
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