Not to knock Soderbergh who is a fine director but a small note in his bio is wrong - Louis Malle was the youngest ever winner of the Palme d'Or in 1956 at the age of 24 (shared with Jacques-Yves Cousteau). As an interesting aside - I believe Kurosawa was the eldest at 71 (in 1980 for Kagemusha) beating Imamura by only 1 year (when Imamura won in 1997 for Unagi).
I wish there was more of the guy playing the drum kit with his bare hands. He was awesome. It's not exactly the kind of film in which you expect a little scene after the end credits, but it does. The discussions about the election and the economy strangely makes the film feel dated.