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Guernica is a 2016 Spanish Civil War film that stars James D'Arcy as Henry, a cynical journalist, and Ingrid García Jonsson as Márta, a French photojournalist on a mission to bring the plight of the Spanish Republican fighters to the world. The film was directed by Koldo Serra and the cast includes Jack Davenport as the romantic Russian Vasyl and Burn Gorman as the repugnant KGB agent Consul. The German Nazi Force Commander, Wolfram Freiherr von Richthofen, is played by Joachim Paul Assböck.
The following weapons were used in the film Guernica:
Soviet henchman Consul (Burn_Gorman) carries a Spanish Astra 400.
Mle 1892 Revolver
Mle 1892 Revolvers are used by various characters.
Modèle d’Ordonnance Mle 1892 Revolver - 8x27mm SR
Vasyl's revolver up close and personal.
The standoff continues with the revolver viewed from the side.
Vasyl cocks the hammer back during the tense confrontation.
A boy soldier of the Spanish Republican Army, a member of the 'Baby bottle conscription' ("Quinta del biberón"), points the same type revolver at Henry and Basque soldiers as he guards the Soviet "Cheka" (prison).
Vasyl points the revolver at Henry in a final confrontation. This is the clearest view of the revolver. Note the front and rear sights, and details of the firing pin.
Nationalist soldiers and Republican partisan fighters are frequently seen with the 1916 Spanish Mauser.
M1916 Spanish Mauser - 7x57mm Mauser.
Partisans holding their line with 1916 Spanish Mauser rifles.
Basque partisan soldiers confront Spanish Republican Army soldiers guarding the Soviet run Cheka in a face-off with Spanish Mausers.
Spanish Republican Army soldier relaxes the grip on his 1916 Mauser.
Nationalist soldier uses a ZB26 Machine Gun to pin down Republican partisan troops.
Soldiers set up the ZB-26 for action.
Soldier takes aim at partisan troops with the ZB-26 machine gun.
ZB-26 firing at partisan troops and photographer/journalist Marta (Ingrid García Jonsson) as she tries to get a photograph of a dying partisan soldier.
Nationalist troops set up a mortar.
What appears to be a French Brandt Mle 60mm mortar is used to target photographer/journalist Marta (Ingrid García Jonsson) as she tries to evade in the foggy forest of the "no man's land" between the opposing forces.