EXistenZ

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EXistenZ
EXistenZ-poster.jpg
Cinema Poster
Country CAN.jpg Canada
UKD.jpg UK
FRA.jpg France
Directed by David Cronenberg
Release Date 1999
Language English
Studio Alliance Atlantis Communications
Natural Nylon Entertainment
Union Générale Cinématographique (UGC)
Main Cast
Character Actor
Allegra Geller Jennifer Jason Leigh
Ted Pikul Jude Law
Kiri Vinokur Ian Holm
Gas Willem Dafoe


eXistenZ is a 1999 Canadian-British-French science fiction thriller directed by David Cronenberg and starring Jennifer Jason Leigh as Allegra Gellar and Jude Law as Ted Pikul, a game designer and a security guard who find themselves trapped in an elaborate virtual reality video game called "eXistenZ". The film is considered a spiritual sequel to Videodrome as it deals with many of the same themes, but uses video games and virtual reality as a backdrop instead of Videodrome's VHS tapes and analog cable.



The following weapons were used in the film EXistenZ:

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Glock 30

Allegra Geller (Jennifer Jason Leigh) and Ted Pikul (Jude Law) use Glock 30 pistols during the finale.

Glock 30 - .45 ACP
Allegra and Ted fires simultaneously in Yevgeniy (Don McKellar) and his assistant.
Allegra with her Glock.
Ted Pikul and Allegra aim their weapons at another player.

Heckler & Koch MP5A3

Hugo Carlaw (Callum Keith Rennie) is seen using a Heckler & Koch MP5A3 submachine gun near the finale.

Heckler & Koch MP5A3 with "tropical" (wide) forearm - 9x19mm with stock extended
Hugo Carlaw (Callum Keith Rennie) holds the MP5A3.
Allegra Geller (Jennifer Jason Leigh) fired a submachine gun.
Allegra Geller (Jennifer Jason Leigh) with the MP5A3 in her hand.

Double Barrel Shotgun

Gas (Willem Dafoe) is seen with a 12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun.

Charles Parker 1878 Side by Side Shotgun - 12 Gauge.
Gas with his double-barreled shotgun.
Gas cocks his shotgun.

Flamethrower

A fish farm worker (Don McKellar) burns a game console with an unidentified flamethrower.

The fish farm worker (Don McKellar) fires up his flamethrower.

Bioport insertion gun

Ted Pikul (Jude Law) uses a device used to implant illegal Bioports (the devices implanted in each

Ted Pikul uses the Bioport insertion gun as an impromptu weapon.
A closeup of the muzzle of the Bioport insertion gun.

Gristle Gun

During the film's second act, Ted is given a firearm called the "Gristle Gun", which is built entirely out of organic components (primarily bones and muscle fibers) and uses human teeth for ammunition.

Screen-used Gristle Gun from eXistenZ. Full 360° view (of another prop) available here.
Screen-used partly built Gristle Gun from eXistenZ.
The would-be assassin draws the Gristle Gun gun.
Ted Pikul (Jude Law) aims an Gristle Gun.
Kiri Vinokur (Ian Holm) with the Gristle Gun in his hand.
Ted Pikul (Jude Law) poses with Gristle Gun in a promotional image.

Special

Director David Cronenberg holds a Gristle Gun prop.



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