Lo and Behold: Reveries of the Connected World ★★★

Less a documentary than a visual poem; less a thesis than a random meander through the consequences of the information superhighway. Take it as one man’s field notes from a series of encounters with people whose lives have been irrevocably changed, for better and for worse, by the internet age. But also bear in mind that that one man is Werner Herzog, so it’s always worth the 90 minutes in his company. Even when he's wrong.