Just saw that classic French 1964 film "That Man from Rio" starring the young Jean-Paul Belmondo (at Quad Cinema on W. 13th). The architectural interest lies in the fact that a middle section of the film was set and filmed in the brand-new Brasilia - those early famous Oscar Niemeyer structures rising in what looks like a fairly deserted landscape. The film is a hoot, but even if it weren't, it would be worth seeing for architecture buffs for that reason alone.