Bornholmer Straße

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Bornholmer Straße
BornholmerStraße.jpg
Movie poster
Country GER.jpg Germany
Directed by Christian Schwochow
Release Date November 5, 2014
Language German
Main Cast
Character Actor
Harald Schäfer Charly Hübner
Ulrich Rotermund Milan Peschel
Hartmut Kummer Ulrich Matthes
Peter Arndt Rainer Bock
Burkhard Schönhammer Max Hopp
Axel Hoffmann Ludwig Trepte


Bornholmer Straße (Bornholm Street) is a 2014 German TV movie directed by Christian Schwochow for the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin wall. The film shows the last hours before the opening of the Berlin Wall on November 9, 1989, at the border crossing Bornholmer Straße from the perspective of the commander Harald Schäfer. The script is based on the events of the night when Commander Harald Jäger gave the order to open the border.


The following weapons were used in the film Bornholmer Straße:

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MPi-KMS-72

The Grenztruppen's arsenal main weapon is the MPi-KMS-72. It is distributed by Burkhard Schönhammer (Max Hopp) to Michael Krüger (Robert Gallinowski) and Ulrich Rotermund (Milan Peschel). Burkhard calls it an MP (Maschinenpistole) which is correct for East-Germany since the term Sturmgewehr/Assault Rifle sounds aggressive.

East German MPi-KMS-72 with sling and side-folding stock - 7.62x39mm
Burkhard opens the weapon cupboard.
Michael holds the MPi while talking to his mother. Ulrich is seen in the backround carrying another rifle.
Two rifles carried by Burkhard with unfolded stocks.
Eight MPis on the table.

FPK / PSL Sniper Rifle

Burkhard gets a FPK / PSL Sniper Rifle nicknamed "Sharp Lilly" to shoot into the amount to make a statement.

Romanian FPK/PSL sniper rifle - 7.62x54mm R
"Here we go, Comrades!"
He presents his pride.
The stock can be seen behind Michael.
Harald Schäfer (Charly Hübner) disagrees with Burkhard's decision while Peter Arndt (Rainer Bock) struggles for the rifle.
Close-up of the muzzle.

Makarov PM

The standard sidearm is the Makarov PM pistol.

Makarov PM - 9x18mm Makarov
Several Makarovs in the safe.
Col. Hartmut Kummer loses his patience and fires at a picture of Egon Krenz.
Provoked Sgt. Jens Rambold (Frederick Lau) points his pistol at a civilian.
Harald takes his Makarov...
... and puts it on the desk.



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