Witch (Vedma), The

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The Witch (Vedma)
Vedma poster.jpg
DVD cover
Country UKR.jpg Ukraine
RUS.jpg Russia
Language Russian
Ukrainian
Channel 1+1
Creator Bata Nedic
Igor Zabara
Genre Mystery
Romance
Broadcast 2015-2016
No. of Seasons 1
No. of Episodes 20
Main Cast
Character Actor
Nadya Evgeniya Loza
Roman Maksim Radugin
Sonya Natalya Lesnikovskaya
Roza Lyubov Tikhomirova
Kali Nataliya Vasko
Zoya Anna Ivanova
Pyatak Lev Somov
Bor'ka Alexander Popov
Zhenya Olesya Ostrovska
Benya Vasiliy Slyusarevskiy



The Witch (Russian: Ведьма, Vedma: Ukrainian Відьма, Vidma) is a Ukrainian-Russian mystery TV-series about Slavic witchcraft. The story takes place in a small Russian village far from any cities or even towns. Nearly all of its inhabitants often seen the witch's activity.

Note 1: While this TV series is set in Russia, it was filmed in Ukraine which results in the choice of firearms.

Note 2: While the Russian language is the only spoken language in the series (obviously due to the Russian setting), this TV series was previously released in Ukraine and as such was equipped with unremovable Ukrainian subtitles.

The following weapons were used in the television series The Witch (Vedma):


Contents


Handguns

Viy

Numerous characters can be seen with the Makarov PM pistol throughout the series. This TV series was filmed in Ukraine, so these are likely Ukrainian-produced Viy pistols.

Makarov PM - 9x18mm Makarov
Ukrainian Viy 9x22mm RA.
Bor'ka (Alexander Popov) finds the Viy pistol in a car. (ep.04)
Roman (Maksim Radugin) takes this pistol for himself and unloads it. (ep.04)
Gosha (Kostyantyn Kosinskyy) aims his Viy at Roman (ep.16). (Ukrainian subtitles mean "You [still] didn't answer my question. You know, where she could be?")
Roman grabs the Viy from Gosha. (ep.16)
Criminal Boroda (Viktor Danylyuk) holds the pistol. (ep.18)
Criminal Khudoy (Boris Georgievskiy) covers, Viy in hands. (ep.18)

Bruni 1911

Criminal Yasha (Pavlo Levitskyy) very briefly holds a Bruni 1911 in episodes 7 and 8 (in episode 8, it is seen very briefly and it's impossible to create a screenshot).

Bruni 8mm M1911 Blank gun second pattern (The image is a Kimar 911 to represent the near identical firearm).
Yasha draws his pistol at the background; only his hand can be seen. (ep.07) (Ukrainian subtitles mean "Freeze! Listen me!")

EKOL Viper

The EKOL Viper is the personal firearm of the crime boss Baro (Sergey Kalantay). It didn't see action. This gun is possibly standing in for a Colt Anaconda. Either way, it's very unlikely that the boss of the small gang in the village might be owning an expensive Western handgun.

EKOL Viper, 4.5" barrel - 9mm R.K./P.A.K. blanks
Baro puts his revolver on the table. (ep.08) (Ukrainian subtitles mean: "If you will find Zoya in my home, you may take it.")
Baro draws his revolver. (ep.20) (Ukrainian subtitles mean: "Unarmed? You are alone and unarmed just now.")
The grip of Baro's revolver can be seen. (ep.20)

Shotguns

Sawn-off Double Barreled Shotgun

Criminal Khudoy (Boris Georgievskiy) can be seen armed with a hammerless Sawn-off Double Barreled Shotgun in several scenes.

Remington Spartan Sawed Off shotgun - 12 gauge
Khudoy fires his shotgun. (ep.01)
Khudoy reloads his shotgun. (ep.04)
Khudoy holds the (now loaded) shotgun. (ep.04)

TOZ-66

Criminal Khudoy (Boris Georgievskiy) threatens Roman (Maksim Radugin) with a TOZ-66, but he is immediately disarmed of it and the gun is soon smashed to pieces.

TOZ-66 - 12 gauge
Khudoy aims his shotgun at Roman. (ep.02) (Ukrainian subtitles mean: "Well, well, well. We were too kind [with you].")

TOZ-63

Roman illegally possesses a TOZ-63.

TOZ-63 - 16 gauge
Roman fires his shotgun. Note the exposed hammers. (ep.04)
Roman holds his shotgun after firing it. (ep.04)
Roman holds the shotgun, covered in an old rag. (ep.04)

IZh-43

Bor'ka (Alexander Popov) owns an IZh-43.

Baikal IZH-43 - 12 Gauge
Bor'ka aims his shotgun. (ep.17) (Ukrainian subtitles means: "Go away! If you at least a bit love her, you will not do it.")
Roman holds the shotgun, taken from Bor'ka. (ep.17) (Ukrainian subtitles means: "Hey guys, go home!")
Bor'ka holds the shotgun. Note that it's hammerless. (ep.19)
Bor'ka aims his shotgun. (ep.20)


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