A Lego Brickumentary (formerly titled Beyond the Brick) is a documentary that covers the history of the toy as well as the impact that the toy has had on society throughout the years. The most interesting thing about this documentary is the way that the focus of the film revolves around creativity and community through Legos as a common interest.
When breaking down the trailer, I find myself extremely excited to watch this documentary because of the way it explores creativity through the use of Legos. There's a sequence in the middle of the trailer that goes into the different ways that people use Legos, whether it's for fun or to "use them with computers".
The trailer also showcases the community that has been built around the use/play of Legos and it's something that -- I think -- is inspiring. A lot of my interest for this documentary comes from the way Legos have affected peoples lives in a positive way.
Here's a quote from the trailer that I think completely captured the essence of what made Legos so great:
At the core of what is human is the capacity to build.
A Lego Brickumentary comes out July 24th, 2015 (although IMDB has the film's release date set for July 31st)