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  Arsenal and Zvenigora on DVD
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  Following on from the huge success of the recent DVD release of Earth, Mr. Bongo Films is delighted to announce the release of trailblazing Soviet director Alexander Dovzhenko’s first two films of his loose trilogy Arsenal and Zvenigora. These magnificent films will be released on DVD on 14 February 2011.

Arsenal is the remarkable, action-packed film based on the real life events of the Ukranian Civil War and stars Semyon Svashenko in the lead role.

Zvenigora stars Nikolai Nademsky (Earth), as the grandfather of Timoshka (Semyon Svashenko), whom he alerts to secret treasure buried in the mountains and the boy spends the rest of his life trying to find.
  Graeme Clark [7 Feb 2011 at 22:45]
     

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