A middle-aged landlady must accept that she is no longer the center of attention in the Polish drama Late Afternoon (Pózne popoludnie) (1967). Maria (Wanda Luczycka) is a masseuse who lives with her high-school aged daughter Tunk (Magdalena Zawadzka) and their tenant, Janusz (Francis Pieczka), who dreams of traveling the world. Then Maria's former foster child Bozena (Elizabeth Kepinska) moves in, and soon she and Janusz hook up and move out of the apartment. After Tunk discovers a cache of letters Maria hid from Janusz, the couple moves back into the apartment, but Maria has trouble accepting that Bozena is the center of attention. Barbara Brylska co-stars as a swimmer, and although she doesn't show anything more than sideboob in a locker room scene, she'll keep your right hand occupied morning, noon and night.