Formula of Love (Formula lyubvi)
Formula of Love (Formula lyubvi) is a Soviet 1984 made for TV romantic comedy directed by Mark Zakharov and loosely based on the story "Count Cagliostro" by Aleksei Tolstoy. The movie depicts the adventures of Italian adventurer and occultist Count Alessandro di Cagliostro in Russia in 1780. A young aristocrat Aleksei Fedyashev who greatly trusts in Cagliostro's "magical abilities" approaches with a request for help: Aleksei falls in love to a beautiful statue in his estate and he decides to ask the Count to bring the statue to life.
The following weapons were used in the film Formula of Love (Formula lyubvi):
Flintlock Pistol M1809
Mosin Nagant M1891/30 (visually modified)
Russian soldiers are armed with flintlock muskets that appear to be visually modified Mosin Nagant M1891/30 rifles.
What appears to be a kind of Kabyle Musket is used as a decoration in Fedyashev's estate.