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    I am a loyal subscriber to your magazine. I am also old enough (89) to remember when to receive honest news about the Soviet Union, I had to subscribe to a magazine that came from Canada because the Cold War in America wouldn't allow it. But they did allow Soviet made films to be presented. I remember one USSR film in particular that I thought was outstanding. The film was about gypsies and was a huge success in the USA. People sang or hummed the songs from the film for years. We show all kinds of films in the USA, I believe even more freely than in the old days because Michael Moore's documentaries are also shown in movie houses and on TV. I think China could do a much better job than Michael Moore with color, sound and many other production values. I'm convinced that since there is no longer a Cold War, a new up-to-date version of Gypsies would be an immediate hit, especially if it is made in China.

    Cyrus Kirshner


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