Exiled (Chinese title: Fong juk) is a 2006 Hong Kong action/crime film directed by Johnnie To. The plot concerns two groups of hitmen in Macau, one sent to kill a former gangster and one sent to protect him, who eventually join forces against the ruthless triad boss that ordered the hit.
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The following weapons are used in the film Exiled:
Smith & Wesson Model 10
A Smith & Wesson Model 10 revolver is used by ex-gangster Wo (Nick Cheung). After he is badly wounded, his wife Jin (Josie Ho) takes the Model 10 and carries it for the remainder of the film, most notably when she confronts triad boss Fay (Simon Yam) before the final shootout.
The Glock 17 is the preferred sidearm of hitman Blaze (Anthony Wong) who uses it in several scenes. During the restaurant shootout, Blaze tosses his Glock to Wo, after his revolver runs out of bullets. Wo uses the Glock to try and kill Boss Fay. Polícia Judiciária de Macau officer Sergeant Chen (Richie Ren) also carries a Glock 17.
Nearly all of the hitmen and many triad gangsters use the Beretta 92FS pistol at various points in the film. Most notably, the 92FS is used by hitman Tai (Francis Ng) during the opening shootout in Wo's house, and later by Blaze in a gunfight at an apartment, Fat (Suet Lam) and Cat (Roy Cheung). It is also used by Jeff (Cheung Siu Fai) the gang's mission handler at the hotel
The Auto-Ordnance M1911A1, distinguished by its slanted grooves on the slide, is used by Cat during the opening shootout and during a scene where a Macau police convoy is ambushed. A few triad gangsters use M1911A1-style pistols as well.
During the shootout with triad boss Fay (Simon Yam) at a restaurant, Tai's Beretta switches to a Browning Hi-Power due to a continuity error. Fat also uses a nickle-plated Hi-Power during the restaurant shootout.
Heckler & Koch USP
Fat uses a Heckler & Koch USP pistol when the hitmen take Wo to an underground doctor for treatment, as do several triad gangsters who coincidentally take a slightly wounded Fay to the same apartment.
A Remington 870 shotgun is briefly seen inside one of the Macau police vehicles escorting a valuable shipment of gold that the hitmen plan to steal.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3
Macau police officers escorting the gold shipment are armed with MP5A3 submachine guns, returning fire at another group of gunmen who attack the convoy before the hitmen do.
A gunman who attacks the gold shipment is armed with a M16 rifle with a 20 round magazine.
Winchester Model 70
Sergeant Chen uses a Model 70 sniper rifle to fire back at the gunmen who ambush the gold shipment.