He Will Be Left Behind (Arxada qalmis gelecek)

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Arxada qalmış gələcək
Arxada qalmis gelecek poster.JPG
Original Poster
Country AZE.jpg Azerbaijan
Directed by Rüfat Asadov
Release Date 2005
Language Azerbaijani
Armenian
Russian
Studio Azerbaijanfilm
Main Cast
Character Actor
Malik Fuad Poladov
Səməd Agamehdi Abidov
Səməd's mother Azərin
Ağaəli Abbas Gahramanov
Amin Omur Nagiyev
Albert Parviz Mamedrzaev
Rəşid Mikail Mikailov
Mariya Leyla Shahvelieva
Shmarov Yuri Baliev
Gurgen Aydin Aliyev


Arxada qalmış gələcək (lit. He Will Be Left Behind) is a 2005 Azerbaijan antiwar fantasy drama, set during the end of Nagorno-Karabakh War. Young boy, named Səməd, who is a refugee from Aghdam and and grew in the refugees camp, fantastically travelled to the 1994 year. The defeat of Azerbaijan in the war was inevitable, but the government tries to did last attempt to take the initiative and send a group of soldiers to the doomed to failure the mission: attempting to destroy Armenian air base in Nagorno-Karabakh.

PC 1. This film was filmed in pale tones, whis a medium resolution, to emphasize a tragic fate of young boy appeared in the hell of war. The doubling of the image isn't film deffect, but an art reception.

PC 2. He Will Be Left Behind is a gogle translate of original title, which made by the user, who absolutely dont speack Azerbaijani language. If anybody user, who have some skills in Azerbaijani, will find this title uncorrect, he may rename it more correct title.


The following weapons were used in the film He Will Be Left Behind (Arxada qalmis gelecek):

Contents


Pistols

Makarov PM

Malik's (Fuad Poladov) duty sidearm is the Makarov PM. Russian mercenary, named Shmarov (Yuri Baliev) and Armenian commander Gurgen (Aydin Aliyev) both carry the Makarov PM in holsters.

Russian Makarov PM - 9x18mm Makarov
Malik checks his pistol.
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Malik reloads his sidearm.
Shmarov relax after long travel, pistol in holster.
Gurgen (at the left) with the holstered pistol.

Rifles

SVD Dragunov

Amin (Omur Nagiyev) carry SVD Dragunov throughout the movie.

SVD Dragunov sniper rifle - 7.62x54mm R
Amin (at the left) with the rifle.
Amin (at the left) with the rifle on the shoulder.

AK-74

Albert (Parviz Mamedrzaev), Ağaəli (Abbas Gahramanov) and Rəşid (Mikail Mikailov) uses AK-74 rifles. Armenian soldiers can be seen armed with the AK-74s as well.

AK-74 - 5.45x39mm
Promo shot. Rəşid (far left) and Albert (far right) with the rifles..
Albert with the rifle on the sling. The buttstock is seen.
Albert puts his rifle on the ground.
Rəşid carry his rifle.
Rəşid covers...
...during the shootout with Armenian soldiers.
Ağaəli puts his rifle to the tree.
Armenian soldiers with the rifles.

AKS-74

AKS-74s can be briefly seen during the archive footage.

AKS-74 with Bakelite magazine - 5.45x39mm
Arxada qalmis gelecek rifle 5 1.jpg

AK-style Rifles

An AK-style rifles can be briefly seen during the archive footage.

Arxada qalmis gelecek rifle 6 2.jpg
Arxada qalmis gelecek rifle 6 1.jpg
Arxada qalmis gelecek rifle 6 3.jpg

Machine Guns

RPK-74

Ağaəli (Abbas Gahramanov) uses bipod equipped, RPK-74 standard light machine gun of the ex-Soviet republics, at the several scenes.

Soviet RPK-74 - 5.45x39mm
Promo shot. Ağaəli with the RPK at the center.
Ağaəli with the same firearm on the shoulder.
Another view of the same scene.
Ağaəli carry his light machine gun. Note the very long barrel.

PKT

PKT machine gun can be seen mounted on the MT-LB personnel carrier during the archive footage.

PKT machine gun with 250-round ammo drum - 7.62x54mm R
MT-LB personnel carrier armed with a 7.62 mm PKT machine gun.
7.62mm coaxial PKT machine gun is a coaxial addition to the main 30mm 2A42 Shipunov of the ubiquitous BMP-2.

Shipunov 2A42

Shipunov 2A42 autocannon can be seen mounted on the BMP-2 during the archive footage.

Shipunov 2A42 automatic cannon - 30x165mm
BMP-2 showcasing the armament encased in a turret with a 30mm 2A42 autocannon and 7.62mm coaxial PKTM machine gun.

Trivia

Archival Footage

Several types of armored vehicles can be seen during the archive footage.

BMP-2 showcasing the armament encased in a turret with a 30mm 2A42 autocannon and 7.62mm coaxial PKT machine gun.
MT-LB personnel carrier armed with a 7.62 mm PKT machine gun.
Another view of the same MT-LB personnel carrier. UB-16-57UM(P) is seen.
Five inner tubes sticking out of the forward cone...
...the 16 rocket tubes...
Arxada qalmis gelecek tank 2 2.jpg
...and the narrowing of the back end help to ID it as...
...UB-16-57UM.
BM-21 Grad rocket artillery engaging a distant target.

Combat planes

Armenian air force uses MiG-25PU/RU (known under it's NATO moniker Foxbat-C) interceptors in combat roles. Unlike it's successor MiG-31 (christened by NATO Foxhound), MiG-25 is a clear product of the Cold War interceptor paradigm armed exclusively with air-to-air and anti-radiation missiles, as such it has no internal guns.

Judging by the bumpy notch over the cockpit, this is two-seat conversion trainer aircraft.
Main difference between PU and RU is that the former is an interceptor trainer and the later is a reconnaissance trainer fitted with a MiG-25R navigational system. There is no outward distinction between the two trainer variants.



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