A Woman in Berlin
A Woman in Berlin (German - Eine Frau in Berlin) is a 2008 German film directed by Max Färberböck. It is based on the autobiographical Eine Frau in Berlin first published anonymously in 1953 and later credited to Marta Hillers who lived in Berlin at the end of World War II during and after the Battle of Berlin. After being raped by a number of Soviet soldiers, the film's protagonist, Marta Hillers (Anonyma) played by actress Nina Hoss, petitions the battalion's commanding officer Major Andrej Rybkin (Eugeni Sidikhin) for protection and, after an initial cold refusal, the officer finds himself seduced. He subsequently protects, feeds and parties with virtually her entire apartment complex—at what turns out to be a great cost to himself.
The following weapons are seen in the movie A Woman in Berlin (Eine Frau in Berlin):
The young German soldier who is hiding out in the attic of Anonyma's apartment complex with his girlfriend uses a Walther PPK as his weapon.
Russian officers are seen with TT-33s as their sidearms.
The PPSh-41 is seen numerous times throughout the movie and virtually every Russian soldier is either carrying this or the Mosin-Nagant M91/30. All are seen with the 71 round drum magazine.
German soldiers are seen using MP40s during the street battle early in the movie.
The Mosin-Nagant M91/30 is seen numerous times throughout the movie and virtually every Russian soldier is either carrying this or the PPSh-41. It is interesting to note that no carbine models are seen as they would have been more appropriate for the close quarters fighting than the long rifle variant.
Waffen SS soldiers are seen using a Goryunov SG-43 machine gun in the battle scene early in the movie.
A DP-27 is briefly shown being used by the Germans in the battle scene early in the film.
F-1 Hand Grenade
A F-1 hand grenade is briefly seen in the film where it was apparently owned by the young German soldier's girlfriend.
What appears to be a ROKS flamethrower is seen being held by a Russian soldier but after he gets shot Major Rybkin uses it to burn German defenders in the battle scene early in the film.
The primary Russian tank and seen numerous times in the film.
A Russian anti-tank gun and seen briefly a couple times in the movie.