Just in case you needed a reminder that there's no excuse not to go out and make your film (if you're a filmmaker), Corneliu Porumboui's When Evening Falls on Bucharest is a subtle and fantastic examination of gender and relationships and unwinds over 17 simple shots.
Though this isn't a plot-heavy movie, there are minor plot-spoilers ahead.
Shot 1: Director Paul tells Alina, an actress in his movie with whom he is having an affair, that he is writing a nude scene for her in his movie. Shot 2: Paul calls in sick to set, claiming stomach issues, in order to spend time with Alina, who only has one more day on set. Shot 3: Paul and Alina discuss and rehearse the new scene Shot 4: Paul and Alina have sex (presumably) Shot 5: Paul and Alina eat Chinese, and Paul presents his over-intellectualized theory of Chinese food's superiority and the inferiority of Arabic food. Shot 6: Alina exits Paul's car to take a call from her boyfriend who is not on set for the film. Shot 7: Paul drops Alina off at her hotel, where the film's producer grills Paul on his stomach issues. Shot 8: Paul waits for Alina to sneak out of the hotel. Shot 9: Paul and Alina rehearse the new scene. Shot 10: After sex, Paul eavesdrops on Alina's call with her boyfriend, echoing the new scene from the movie (though Paul is not nude). Shot 11: Paul and Alina meet a another director who compares Alina to Monica Vitti. Shot 12: Alina admits she has slept with other directors while waiting for a cab. Shot 13: Paul sets up his projector to watch dailies. Shot 14: The shortest shot in the movie, as Paul walks through the hotel lobby to meet Alina. Shot 15: Paul tells Alina he has cut the new, nude scene they worked on, and seems surprised she is not disappointed. Shot 16: Paul's endoscopy, which he may have edited. Shot 17: The final, and perhaps most packed shot, starts with Paul, Paul's producer, and doctor looking at the endoscopy and ends with the make-up artist prepping Alina for her last scene, while she talks to her boyfriend on the phone.