It is listed as a documentary, but Kumaré — starring and directed by Vikram Gandhi (aka Sri Kumaré) — is more of a “performance” film than anything else. The DVD streets on Mar. 12 … the ARR works out to 263 days and the box office take was $129,552.
Elsewhere on the Kino Lorber release schedule in March (in chronological order) are: Mar. 5, DVD and Blu-ray editions of the 1927 Buster Keaton comedy classic, College: Ultimate Edition.
The ARR is 165 days and the limited arthouse showcase generated $19,498 in ticket sales.
Also heading home on Mar. 19 is a Blu-ray presentation of director Michael Cort’s 1969 Brit “sci-fi” sexploitation film, Zeta One: Remastered Edition (aka: The Love Factor). The plotline: Topless Amazonians from another planet and dimension (Angvia — try moving the letters around on that one) have arrived to kidnap strippers to repopulate their planet. Un-huh, right … the film didn’t surface theatrically in the United States until 1975. It worked in 1969. It worked in 1975 … and it works today. Some stories are just timeless!
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