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The Debt is a 2007 Israeli-Ukrainian drama co-written and directed by Assaf Bernstein starring Gila Almagor, Neta Garty, and Yehezkel Lazarov. An American remake starring Helen Mirren, Jessica Chastain and Sam Worthington was released in 2011.
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The following weapons were used in the film The Debt:
Older Rachel (Gila Almagor) fires a Browning Hi-Power in front of a group of Israeli soldiers. This is the only firearm in the film that actually fires on screen.
Classic Commercial Browning Hi-Power (Belgian Mfg) - 9x19mm
Note that older Rachel is right-handed. Younger Rachel appears to be left-handed.
An Israeli corporal appears to be armed with an M16A1.
M16A1 with 30 round magazine - 5.56x45mm
The older Ehud (Oded Teomi) is shown taking out a Browning BDA, screwing in a suppressor, and tucking it into the back of his pants. According to the dialogue, "SIG-Sauer, best on the market. Even on automatic, it's got the recoil of a BB gun. Quiet as a heartbeat."
This is probably the closest shot of the pistol. Unfortunately, it's also blurry.
The top of the pistol. To their credit, the suppressor appears to be reverse threaded.
The external extractor can be seen here.
The pistol in Ehud's cold dead hands.
The team is equipped with two EKOL Dicle pistols while in Berlin.
Ehud cleaning the disassembled pistol.
Younger Ehud with the suppressed pistol.