Smithereens (Vdrebezgi)

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Smithereens
(Vdrebezgi)
Vdrebezgi poster.jpg
Original poster
Country RUS.jpg Russia
Directed by Roman Karimov
Release Date 2011
Language Russian
Studio Cinema Prime Film
Paradise Group
Main Cast
Character Actor
Kirill Nikita Dyuvbanov
Erich Artyom Tkachenko
Bonnie Ravshana Kurkova
Igor Ivan Nikolaev
Dandurey Aleksandr Plyushchev
Selma Evgeniya Abramova
Kvalda Kristina Kazurova
Sidor Vladimir Kadatskiy
Kirill's wife Darya Charusha
Producer Vyacheslav Dyachenko


Smithereens (Russian Вдребезги; Vdrebezgi) is a 2011 Russian black comedy directed by Roman Karimov (All at Once).


The following weapons were used in the film Smithereens (Vdrebezgi):

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Handguns

Baikal PM

The militsioneer (Andris Gross) uses a MP-654K at one point. Vasya (Aleksey Yurin) owns an MP-654K with Makarov PMM-style grips. In one scene, he gives it to Kirill (Nikita Dyuvbanov).

MP-654K - 4.5 mm
The militsioneer aims his Baikal pistol.
A close up.
A perfect view of the pistol.
MP-654K, .177 air replica of the Makarov PMM
Kirill holds Vasya's pistol.
Vasya holds Kirill at gunpoint.

Umarex GPDA9

The pair of female killers, Selma (Evgeniya Abramova) and Kvalda (Kristina Kazurova), both use a Umarex GPDA9 pistol throughout the movie.

Browning GPDA9 - 9mm PAK. This is a Theatrical blank only pistol (made with licensed trademarks by Umarex of Germany), it is NOT a real firearm.
Kvalda grabs the pistol.
The hammer...
...and the grip can be seen.
Selma with Kvalda's pistol.
Selma aims the pistol.
Another view of the same scene.
Selma aims her pistol.
Selma fires.

Fort-17

In a continuity error, the Umarex GPDA9 in Kvalda's hands switches to a Fort-17.

Fort-17 - 9x18mm Makarov
Kvalda brandishes her pistol.
Note the groove on the slide.
The top of the pistol can be seen.

Glock 18

At least one of the OMON (Russian SWAT) officers can be seen using a Glock 18.

Glock 18C (3rd Generation) - 9x19mm. This model has compensator cuts on the slide and barrel to reduce muzzle climb while firing
The OMON officer (at the center) holds his pistol on Kirill.
The OMON officer (at the right) aims his pistol.
The pistol is pointed by the red arrow.
The pistol is pointed by the red arrow as well.
The OMON officer aims his pistol.

Reck Agent

Erich (Artyom Tkachenko) finds a Reck Agent in a box and fires it several times. Later, he gives it to Igor (Ivan Nikolaev).

Reck Agent Gas Revolver
Erich investigates the revolver.
A drunken Erich wants to play with the loaded gun.
Erich holds the revolver after firing it.
A slightly better view of the revolver.
Erich hands Igor the revolver.

Tokyo Marui Omega Airsoft Pistol

Selma and Kvalda both hold a pistol on movie posters which don't appear in the complete movie. After a close inspection, both props appear to be an airsoft Omega pistol, made by Tokyo Marui (all images of this pistol found online are watermarked, so we are unable to provide a sample image).

A cropped movie poster, depicting Selma with a pistol. In the complete movie, she holds the Umarex GPDA9 at this point. The solid "adjustable" rear sight (with a screw!) with the slide and fake ejection port, which is actually only printed on the slide, prove this is an airsoft gun. The logo on the slide allows to ID the pistol as an Omega, made by Tokyo Marui. Note the bartender with the IZh shotgun in the background.
Another cropped movie poster shows Kvalda with a similar looking pistol.
A slightly better view of Kvalda with the pistol on the cropped movie poster.

Shotguns

Baikal IZh-81 "Fox Terrier"

The bartender (Aleksandr Kabik) owns a Baikal IZh-81 "Fox Terrier".

Baikal IZh-81 "Fox Terrier" - 12 gauge
The bartender grabs his shotgun.
A closer view of the same scene.
The gun can be seen even closer.
Note the unfolded buttstock.
The bartender aims.
The another view of the same scene.

Rifles

AK-74M

Most of the OMON officers use AK-74M rifles.

AK-74M - 5.45x39mm
The OMON officer runs, AK in hands.
The OMON officer holds the AK.
The OMON officers at the left hold AK-74M rifles. The soldier at the center holds an AK-74.
An OMON officer (at the far left) aims an AK-74M rifle.
Numerous OMON officers holds their AK rifles.
The OMON officer (at the left) holds an AK-74M rifle.
An OMON officer aims his AK rifle.
The OMON officer (at the left) holds an AK-74M rifle.

AK-74

At least one OMON officer is armed with an AK-74.

AK-74 - 5.45x39mm
The OMON officer (at the center) holds the rifle. Note the wooden furniture. The officer at the left holds an AK-74M.
The same officer one second later.
The same officer hits the kidnapper with the buttstock.
The OMON officer (at the right) holds the AK-74 rifle.

AKS-74U

Several OMON officers can be seen using AKS-74U rifles.

AKS-74U (also referred to as the "AKSU" or 'Krinkov') - 5.45x39mm
An OMON officer runs with the AK rifle.
An OMON officer (third from the left) holds an AKS-74U rifle.
An OMON officer (at the center) holds the AKS-74U rifle.
Another officer holds the rifle.
An OMON officer (at the background, center) holds the AKS-74U rifle.
An OMON officer (at the left) aims his AKS-74U rifle.
An OMON officer aims his AK rifle.


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