If you can put up with the tinny drone of the theme music (why do so many sensitive east European films have scores that belong on ski lifts?), there’s a lot to recommend this beautifully shot and tactile feminist love story by Hungarian filmmaker Marta Meszaros. The camera takes possession of unexceptional industrial landscapes so that we remember them afterward like places we know firsthand, and the characters—including the strong-willed, independent heroine (well played by Lili Monori)—tend to improve with familiarity as well. With Jan Nowicki (1976).