I appreciate the run down, especially since I couldn't be there this year. I have all the films, and have been slowly going through them when I can. SEAGULLS... will now go to the top of my "to watch" list. I caught up with Cairo Station the other night. The first half is like a Middle Eastern neo realist film about the people on society's margins, just looking to survive by working around Cairo's main railroad station. The second half turns pitch black, what with the deranged central character seeking his "if you can't have her, no one can" revenge. An extraordinary performance by essentially a non-actor - the film's director as the crazed and crippled suitor. Made all the more remarkable that such a theme could be made in such a conservative society circa 1958.