Rome, Open City (Roma città aperta)
Rome, Open City (Roma città aperta) is a 1945 Italian B&W war drama directed by Roberto Rossellini. The story is set in Autumn 1944 in occupied Rome and depicts the fate of Don Pietro Pellegrini, a Catholic priest, who supports the Resistance. The movie is considered to start Italian Neorealism in cinema. It won several awards, including Cannes' Grand Prize in 1946, and was nominated for the Best Adapted Screenplay Oscar at the 19th Academy Awards.
The following weapons were used in the film Rome, Open City (Roma città aperta):
FN Model 1922
The Austrian (Ákos Tolnay) carries an FN Model 1922 when he visits don Pietro.
SS-Sturmbannfuhrer Bergmann (Harry Feist) uses a Luger P08 during the execution.
A pistol that appears to be some Beretta model is seen in hands of a Resistance fighter. Beretta M1934 is a likely guess.
Beretta Model 38A SMGs are seen in hands of Italian Blackshirts and Resistance fighters.
Some German soldiers are armed with MP40 SMGs.
Carcano M91/38 Cavalry Carbine
Italian soldiers and carabiniers carry Carcano M91/38 Cavalry Carbines.
Most German soldiers are armed with Karabiner 98k rifles.