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It definetly sounds like the 1959 best foregin film "Oscar" winner, "Black Orpheus." If there's anything to remember about this movie, it's the renown music by bossa nova legend Antonio Carlos Jobim. He wrote the songs with another great Brazilian composer and exponent of the bossa nova, Luiz Bonf?. The two most famous songs are "Manh? de Carnaval" and "A felicidade" that have since gone on to become symbolic of classic Brazilian bossa nova music. What's obvious to remember about this movie is the opening sequence of the Carnaval and the ferry boat as its sails across the harbor of Rio de Janeiro. This is always a sure give away that it's "Black Orpheus."

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