In the German thriller Kismet (1999), a law student and his girlfriend separate after a heated fight and spend the rest of the evening enveloped in a bizarre situation. After storming out on his lover, Jan (Steffan Wink) discovers a corpse in a nearby park. No sooner does he make the discovery than a menacing, blood-covered man (Fatih Akin) accosts him and demands that Jan follow him. The rest of Jan’s night is consumed by listening to the man’s ranting and raving, while his sensitive girlfriend (Jule Ronstedt) has a change of heart and sets out to find him. Ronstedt’s one of the most attractive actresses in contemporary German cinema, but she’s yet to peel off her layers. Andreas Thiel’s film nevertheless captures her at her sexiest, lounging around in some revealing lingerie.