If you’ve missed Pamela Robertson-Wojcik’s film and lecture series at the Gene Siskel Film Center—”Designs for Living,” a consideration of movies’ use of apartment settings to depict urban life—tomorrow’s your last chance to catch up. The series has brought to Chicago some very good prints of some great movies (Claudine, Polanski’s The Tenant, and, of course, The Apartment), and Robertson-Wojcik’s smart, visual-sociological analysis has shed new light on even the most familiar titles.