Brazil is the 1944 classic created by Brazilian pop star Tito Guizar that is only half an hour long. It follows the story of author Nicky Henderson (Virginia Bruce) who has written a best-selling sensation, "Why Marry a Latin?" The book has launched her into fame and into the public eye in ways she had not anticipated. Off she goes to Rio De Janerio, Brazil to begin working on her next great work and to have some peace and quiet. To her surprise, she answers the title of her own book when she runs into a charming Brazilian singer, Miguel Soares (Tito Guizar). She is quickly swept off her feet and begins to reconsider the things she had written. Miguel decides that he will teach her about love, but their relationship and their romance actually makes for the stuff of comedy in this film. Movies about Brazil were a hit in America in the 40s, and this one was premier.