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Kino

USSR, 1970 (MIFF 1973)

Director: V Erweiss

A battered truck crosses dangerous mountain roads on its way to show films to the inhabitants of a Pamirian village. The driver is a one-man band - he not only delivers the films, but also pastes up a poster, sells tickets, puts up the screen. It is all in a day's work for him, he has done it for 15 years ...

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