Here's a pic of the director of my favorite film of the festival so far--Sebastian Schipper. His movie, "A Friend of Mine", was hilarious. Karl (Daniel Brühl) is an award winning insurance analyst, but is too timid to be a team player. His boss sends him on a demeaning minimum-wage assignment shuttling cars for a rental company, ostensibly as a spy but really to make him stand up for himself. But once he's there, he meets Hans (Jürgen Vogel), a fun loving and kinda crazy fellow driver. So from Hans Karl does learn a valuable lesson--not about being a better, more self-confident worker, but about enjoying life more. It was awesome.