Codex of Disgrace (Kodeks beshchestiya), The
The Codex of Disgrace (Kodeks beshchestiya) is a 1993 Russian detective movie directed by Vsevolod Shilovskiy. The story unfolds around so-called "gold of Communist Party" - values, transferred by high-rank Soviet officials to Swiss banks.
The following weapons were used in the film The Codex of Disgrace (Kodeks beshchestiya):
A hitman (Valeriy Smetskoy), sent to kill Olga Kholina (Veronika Izotova), uses a SIG-Sauer P225 pistol. The pistol then falls into Olga's hands. The scene is set in Switzerland and and is probably filmed in the same place, which may explain the appearance of genuine SIG-Sauer.
Edgar Nikolaevich Kholin (Leonid Kuravlyov), the head of the Gosbank (Soviet State Bank) office in Zurich, uses a Makarov PM with fake sound suppressor to kill a thief (Aleksandr Pashutin) in his apartments in Moscow.
Special unit personnel guarding the transfer of gold at Sheremetyevo Airport are armed with AKS-74U assault rifles.
AKS-74 assault rifles are seen in the scenes of the August Coup 1991.