A lost treasure of 1970s East German cinema, the compelling arthouse drama Die Schlüssel (1972) traces the fluctuating feelings between a young clerk and her intellectual boyfriend. While vacationing in Krakow, Klaus (Jaecki Schwarz) and Ric (Jutta Hoffmann) secure keys to a residence in the heart of the Polish city. As they accustom themselves to their new flat, taciturn Ric begins to question her compatibility with churlish Klaus. Their compatibility tests seem to involve a lot of showering--Hoffman’s hardly had time to dry off before she’s stripping down for her next soak. Given her shapeliness, however, this hardly seems like a problem.