Don't Upset Yourself
Paul Schneider, an insurance company employee, has had enough of scheming colleagues, obedient bankers, and money-grubbing car mechanics and ticket inspectors.
When he makes a scathing comment to the young Kevin Kröler, who tries to commit insurance fraud with Paul, Paul ends up in the swamp of "political correctness". Paul’s colleague Ingo adds insult to injury, in order to twist the situation to his own advantage. Paul’s life turns into a running of the gauntlet.