The National Archives, if it's not under 10 feet of unmelted snow on Thursday, is showing a documentary about some of the real-life "Monuments Men" who helped safeguard Europe's great art from the Nazis during World War II.
The Archives will screen "The Rape of Europa" at noon at the William G. McGowan Theater, a 2006 documentary about the Allies' attempts to protect the continent's cultural heritage.
Sound familiar? That's the premise of the highly anticipated film by George Clooney, "The Monuments Men," which is set to be released Feb. 7.
Both flicks look like they're worth a gander.