“The Mystery of life isn’t a problem to solve, but a reality to experience,” kicks off this new short documentary about Burning Man 2012 from Aaron Freeder. That’s Frank Herbert’s environmental parable Dune. How appropriate. Trying to document one of the world’s largest, most demented festivals in the world is no easy task. One of the film’s participants says that “trying to describe Burning man is like trying to describe what a certain color looks like to you.” In under 5 minutes however, the film manages to convey some hues and the essence and spirit of Burning Man through insane visuals, hot girls and sincere (if not entirely sober) testimonials.