Guy from Our Cemetery, The (Paren s nashego kladbishcha)

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The Guy from Our Cemetery
(Paren s nashego kladbishcha)
Paren poster.jpg
Poster
Country RUS.jpg Russia
Directed by Anton Chizhikov
Ilya Chizhikov
Release Date 2015
Language Russian
Studio CTB Film Company
Main Cast
Character Actor
Kolya Aleksandr Pahl
Ira Kristina Kazinskaya
Vasiliy Ivanovich Aleksandr Ilin
Swarthy Investigator Nodar Dzhanelidze
Blond Investigator Evgeniy Volotskiy
Dmitriy Yartsev/ Konstantin Yartsev Igor Jijikine
"Zhlob" Vladimir Sychyov
Flower saler Elena Vetrova
Yartsev's Driver Igor Kulachko
Volodya Yuriy Tarasov


The Guy from Our Cemetery (Russian: Парень с нашего кладбища; Paren s nashego kladbishcha) is the 2015 Russian mystery comedy horror movie. Twenty-five-year-old provincial guy Kolya arrives in Moscow to his uncle. He needs as soon as possible to repay the debt from his previous place of work, and he is ready to work every day. More precisely, every night. Since the uncle arranges his nephew as a night watchman at the... cemetery.


The following weapons were used in the film The Guy from Our Cemetery (Paren s nashego kladbishcha):

Contents


SPOILERS.jpg WARNING! Major Spoilers


Pistols

Makarov PM

Two police Investigators (played by Nodar Dzhanelidze and Evgeniy Volotskiy), the local policeman, named Volodya (Yuriy Tarasov) can be seen carrying Makarov PMs as their duty sidearms. The another Makarov PM can be seen at the gun shop.

Russian Makarov PM - 9x18mm Makarov
Swarthy Investigator (Nodar Dzhanelidze) charges his PM.
Investigators draws their Makarovs.
Swarthy Investigator (Nodar Dzhanelidze) raises his PM...
...and fires it. Blond Investigator (Evgeniy Volotskiy) aims the PM at the top, left.
Volodya (Yuriy Tarasov) with the holstered PM.
Bottom row: PDT-9T Esaul, Nagant M1895. Top row: Glock 17 OD Green, Makarov PM.

Glock 17

The Glock 17 can be seen at the gun shop.

Glock 17 OD Green - 9x19mm Parabellum
Bottom row: PDT-9T Esaul, Nagant M1895. Top row: Glock 17 OD Green, Makarov PM.

Umarex Walther P38

The Umarex Walther P38 can be seen at the gun shop.

Walther P38 pistol (manufactured at the Mauser Factory) - World War II dated - 9x19mm
Bottom row: Umarex Walther PPQ, Umarex Beretta 92FS. Top row: Umarex Walther P38, Umarex Walther CP88 Competition.

Umarex Walther PPQ

The Umarex Walther PPQ can be seen at the gun shop.

Walther PPQ original model, also referred to as the "M1" or "Classic" model; note the paddle magazine release - 9x19mm
Bottom row: Umarex Walther PPQ, Umarex Beretta 92FS. Top row: Umarex Walther P38, Umarex Walther CP88 Competition.

Umarex Walther CP88 Competition

The Umarex Walther CP88 Competition can be seen at the gun shop.

Umarex Walther CP88 Competition Nickel - .177 pellets
Bottom row: Umarex Walther PPQ, Umarex Beretta 92FS. Top row: Walther P38, Umarex Walther CP88 Competition.

Umarex Beretta 92FS

The Umarex Beretta 92FS can be seen at the gun shop.

Umarex Beretta 92FS - Nickel Wood Grips - .177 Cal - Pellet Pistol
Bottom row: Umarex Walther PPQ, Umarex Beretta 92FS. Top row: Umarex Walther P38, Umarex Walther CP88 Competition.

Walther CP88 Compact

The Walther CP88 Compact can be seen at the gun shop.

Umarex Walther CP88 air pistol - .177 pellet
From left to right: Walther CP88 Compact, Umarex Colt Defender.

Walther CP99

The Walther CP99 can be seen at the gun shop.

Walther CP99, an airgun replica manufactured by Umarex - .177 pellet
From left to right: Walther P99, Smith & Wesson Model 586.

Umarex Colt Defender

The Umarex Colt Defender can be seen at the gun shop.

Umarex Colt Defender
From left to right: Walther CP88 Compact, Umarex Colt Defender.

Phantom-T

The Russian non-lethal Phantom-T can be seen at the gun shop.

The Phantom-T.

OSA rubber pistol

The OSA rubber pistol can be seen at the gun shop.

OSA rubber pistol - 18x45mm.
A close up.

MP-79-10M

The non-lethal MP-79-10M can be seen at the gun shop.

MP-79-10M - 9mm P.A.
From left to right: Glock 17, MP-79-10M.

Vendetta Pistol

The Vendetta Pistol, non-lethal version of the Tanfoglio FT9, can be seen at the gun shop.

Vendetta - 9mm P.A.
A close up.

Stalker Pistol

The Stalker signal pistol can be seen at the gun shop.

Stalker - 5.6 mm.
From left to right: Stalker pistol, Leader pistol.

Leader Pistol

The Leader pistol, which is the rubber firing variant of TT can be seen at the gun shop.

Tokarev TT-33 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev. Post-1947 version. Tula Arsenal (Soviet Union) Note CCCP printing around the star on the plastic grips
From left to right: Stalker pistol, Leader pistol.

Unknown Pistols

Numerous unknown pistols can be seen at the gun shop.

The unknown pistol can be seen partly seen above the Walther P38.
The unknown pistols at the top and bottom rows.

Revolvers

Nagant "Blef"

The Nagant "Blef", signal gun conversion of Nagant M1895, can be seen at the gun shop.

Nagant M1895 Revolver - 7.62x38R Nagant. This example was dated 1939 manufacture and was a War time issued weapon. Note the angular front sight which was used from 1930s.
Bottom row: PDT-9T Esaul, Nagant "Blef". Top row: Glock 17 OD Green, Makarov PM.

Zoraki LOM-S

The Zoraki LOM-S signal revolver can be seen at the gun shop.

Zoraki LOM-S. - 5.6x16 mm
Close-up of LOM-S.

Umarex Smith & Wesson Model 586

The Umarex Smith & Wesson Model 586 can be seen at the gun shop.

Umarex Smith & Wesson Model 586 - .177 pellets
From left to right: Walther P99, Smith & Wesson Model 586.

Submachine Guns

Esaul-3

The Esaul-3 with 20-round magazine can be seen at the gun shop.

PDT-9T Esaul less-than-lethal personal protection weapon - 9mm P.A. The later Esaul-3 is chambereted for .45 Rubber.
Close up of PDT-9T Esaul.

Shotguns

Vepr-12

Two Vepr-12 shotguns can be seen at the gun shop.

Molot Vepr-12 with 12" barrel - 12 gauge
Two Vepr-12 shotguns is seen above the RPK-74.
The same guns can be seen at the center.
The buttstock of the guns can be seen at the far right.

Remington Model 11-87

The Remington Model 11-87 shotguns in different configurations can be seen at the gun shop.

Remington Model 11-87 with Mossy Oak camouflage and Speedfeed stock - 12 gauge
Remington 11-87 with high-capacity magazine tube - 12 gauge
Remington 11-87 - 12 gauge
The shotguns at the left.

Remington Model 870

The Remington 870 shotgun can be seen at the gun shop.

Remington 870 Hard Wood Home Defense - 12 gauge
The shotgun is the six from the top.
The shotguns at the right. Seventh it seems to be a Remington 870.

Benelli Vinci

The Benelli Vinci shotgun can be seen at the gun shop.

Benelli Vinci - 12 gauge
The shotguns at the right. The third one is Benelli Vinci in camouflage.


Baikal MP-27

The Baikal MP-27 O/U shotguns can be seen at the gun shop.

IZH-27 O/U double barreled shotgun - 12 gauge
Baikal MP-27 - 12 gauge. (Brenneke and Gualandi slugs)
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Unknown Shotguns

Numerous unknown shotguns can be seen at the gun shop.

The shotguns at the right. The third one is Benelli Vinci in camouflage. Seventh it seems to be a Remington 870.

Rifles

Air Rifles

Numerous Air Rifles can be seen at the gun shop.

Numerous rifles.
A third is a Benjamin Marauder air rifle.

Izhmash Los

Numerous Izhmash Los rifles can be seen at the gun shop.

Los-4 hunting rifle - 7.62х51mm
The five rifles at the top, right.
The rifles at the center.

Steyr SSG 69

Numerous Steyr SSG 69 rifles can be seen at the gun shop.

Steyr SSG 69 PII with Harris bipod - 7.62x51mm NATO
The buttstocks of the rifles at the seen at the far right.
The rifles at the second from the right.

Saiga MK-03

The Saiga MK-03 can be seen at the gun shop.

Saiga MK-03 - 7.62x39mm
The Saiga MK-03 can be seen under the RPK-74.

Sturmgewehr 44

The Sturmgewehr 44 can be seen at the gun shop. It may be the SSD BD44, the modern semi-auto civilian version, but this is most likely the Airsoft replica.

Sturmgewehr 44 - 7.92x33mm Kurz
The buttstock of the guns can be seen at the far right. The sturmgewehr can be seen at the top.
The Sturmgewehr can be seen at the top, center.

Machine Guns

RPK-74

An RPK-74 can be seen at the gun shop. It is most likely a Cyma CM052 Airsoft replica, given its ribbed receiver cover

RPK-74 with 45-round box magazine - 5.45x39mm
The RPK-74 can be seen under the Vepr-12.
The RPK-74 can be seen between the Vepr-12 and AKS-74.
The same RPK-74 can be seen above the AKS-74.

Trivia

Gun Catalog

Images of the numerous guns can be seen in the gun catalog. All are non-lethal copies.

Numerous rifles and pistols. Air rifles, Walther PPQ, Browning Hi-Power, Umarex Morph, Umarex Browning Buck Mark URX.
The next pages.
A ditto.

Gravestone

The holstered handgun can be seen on the photo on the gravestone.

The grip can be seen.



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