Alien Girl, The

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The Alien Girl (2010)

The Alien Girl (original title Chuzhaya) is a 2010 Russian crime film and the first feature for director Anton Bormatov. It is based on the novel Chuzhaya by Vladimir Nesterenko. The "Alien" in the title does not refer to an actual extra terrestrial, but rather is the nickname for Natalia Romanycheva's character, who's retrieval from Prague back to the Ukraine by a team of gangsters drives the plot. Filming was done on location in the Crimea and in Prague, and the actors are mainly unknown theater actors.

Note: Character names are listed as "Name in Film/Name in IMDb."

The following weapons are used in the film The Alien Girl:

Contents


Handguns

Tokarev TT-33

Kid/Snot (Kirill Poluhin) carries a Tokarev TT-33. Whiz/Nimble (Evgeni Tkachuk) uses the same gun late in the film. The serrations on the slide suggest pre-war manufacture.

Tokarev TT-33 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev. Pre-1947 version.
Kid/Snot breaks up a fight between Whiz/Nimble and Beef/Weight.
The Tokarev in Kid/Snot's pants.
The pre-war cocking serrations can be seen here.
Whiz/Nimble weighs the pros and cons of the Beretta 92FS and Tokarev TT-33. He decides to go with the TT-33 because his targets may be wearing body armor.
Whiz/Nimble with the TT-33. Nice grip.

Beretta 92FS

Karasik (Dmitriy Podnozov) gives the crew a Beretta 92FS to use to retrieve Alien. Kid/Snot uses it against Robo and his henchmen, and Beef/Weight (Anatoli Otradnov) later carries it. Whiz/Nimble and Alien (Natalia Romanycheva) use it later in the film.

Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm
Karasik puts the Beretta on the table.
Booger/Baby examines it.
Beef/Weight goes down with the Beretta in hand. The hammer is down and the trigger not visible, as if he had fired it, but he did not.
TAG B92 03.jpg

Walther P99

Whiz/Nimble uses a suppressed Walther P99. Alien later picks it up. As that part of the film is set in 1993, it is an anachronism.

Walther P99 - 9x19mm. Note the ramped trigger guard, small slide serrations, closed and proprietary accessory rail, short magazine release and slightly more curved 'tail' of the pre-2004 models.
Whiz/Nimble loads his P99.
Whiz/Nimble prepares to screw on the suppressor.
TAG P99 02.jpg
Whiz/Nimble with the emptied P99. The distinctive early model P99 trigger guard can be seen, as well as the Walther banner on the slide.

Walther P38

Whiz/Nimble carries a Walther P38.

Walther P38 WWII dated with black grips - 9x19mm
TAG P38 01.jpg
TAG P38 02.jpg

Luger P08

Babei (Oleg Baykulov) uses a Luger P08 to finish off the rival gang members during the hit that sets all the events in motion. The police identify it as a Luger by name.

Luger P08 - 9x19mm. This is blank adapted movie gun.
Babei finishes off the rival gang members...
until he runs out of ammo...

Air Gun (Taurus Model 85)

Whiz/Nimble takes a Taurus Model 85 off the Russian pimps that turns out to be an air gun. He uses it to shoot one of them in the face.

Newest incarnation of the Taurus Model 85 (New Model) in Blued Finish and factory rubber grips - .38 Spl
TAG T85 01.jpg

Shotguns

Fort-500 T

One of Robo's henchmen carries a Fort-500 T shotgun. Once again, since this portion of the film is set in 1993, it is an anachronism.

Fort-500 T - 12 gauge
TAG shotgun 03.jpg
Is there some sort of official pimp dress code out there?
TAG shotgun 02.jpg

Rifles/Carbines

AKMS

Rasp/Raspel's henchmen use AKMS rifles during the hit in the beginning.

AKMS, stamped steel receiver w/ slant muzzle brake and under-folding stock - 7.62x39mm
Rasp/Raspel's henchmen riddle a car full of gangsters.

AKS-74U

One of Robo's henchmen carries an AKS-74U.

AKS-74U (also referred to as the "AKSU" or 'Krinkov') - 5.45x39mm
TAG AKS74U 01.jpg
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