DVD editions

I saw this film on DVD published by Kino. The video quality is low, not better than videocasette. One cannot see details of people's faces when they are a bit in the distance. The subtitles are only for English and cannot be switched off. And yet this DVD costs about 30 USD or more (on Amazon)!

There is also an edition by Ruscico. On RussianDVD.com it costs 32 USD. There are French and English audio tracks and subtitles in several languages. I do not know about quality of video and the translation of subtitles (in Ruscico DVDs it is sumetimes bad). Has anyone seen this edition?