Mike Leigh’s Happy Go Lucky had critics buzzing, but I found myself shut out of the screening at the Berlinale Palast. Instead, I caught another worthy contender for the Golden Bear: Korean auteur’s Hong Sang-soo’s Night and Day. Later in the day, Errol Morris presented the first-ever documentary to screen in competition in Berlin, the Abu Ghraib investigation Standard Operating Procedure. I capped the day with the Gospel According to Klaus Kinski, as documented in Peter Geyer’s Jesus Christ Savior.

Read day 6 of my Berlinale Journal.