Fear and Desire
Fear and Desire is the 1953 war film that marked the directorial debut of Stanley Kubrick. Set during a war between two unnamed countries, the film follows a group of soldiers lost in a forest after a crash and how their emotions during war affect their further actions. The film was not a success and Kubrick had called the film at times an "amateur film exercise". The rights to the film have since fallen into the public domain, but recently was restored for release on Blu-ray.
The following weapons were used in the film Fear and Desire:
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Mauser Karabiner 98AZ
The Karabiner 98AZ is used by the soldiers captured from the enemy.