Mark Verkerk’s documentary ‘Planet Soil’ takes viewers into the underground world of minute organisms doing hugely important deeds. What unfolds is a captivating and earthy intoxication. If you think you’re busy, wait until you see what an earthworm gets up to! One of the most stunning things about ‘Planet Soil’ is the cinematography. As the film begins you’ll instantly wonder how the heck did they film this—all these tiny creatures that aren’t visible to the naked eye? The film’s use of microcinematography is next-level cool. It’s not something most casual documentary viewers will have experienced before, at least not on such a dazzling level.