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Kino to issue four Russian pix on vid

Kino On Video, the homevideo division of the New York-based theatrical distributor Kino Intl., will release four Russian classics never before available on video.

The quartet, to be released Sept. 15 and sold separately for $ 59.95, includes: “The Theme”(1979), Gleb Panfilov’s grand prize winner at the 1987 Berlin Film Festival; “Ashik Kerib” (1988), the final film by Soviet director Sergei Paradjanov; “Tchaikovsky” (1971), an Academy Award nominated film by writer-director Igor Talankin; and “Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears,” 1981 Oscar winner for best foreign-language film.

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