Island (Ostrov), The
The Island (Ostrov) is a 2006 Russian drama movie directed by Pavel Lungin. It depicts the story of a man who had to kill his comrade during World War II in order to save himself when the boat where the two were sailors was captured by a German ship. Thirty years later, he becomes an Orthodox monk in a small monastery in North Russia. He still carries his sin and prays for mercy and forgiveness.
The following weapons were used in the film The Island (Ostrov):
In the opening scene, a German officer carries a Walther P38. He gives the pistol with a single bullet to Anatoly and orders him to shoot Tikhon.
In the same scene, several German soldiers are armed with MP40s.
In the same scene, several German soldiers are armed with Sturmgewehr 44s, anachronistic for 1942 when the scene takes place.
In the same scene, one of the German soldiers carries a rifle that appears to be a Karabiner 98k.
In the same scene, one of the German soldiers carries an MG34.
2cm FlaK 38
A twin AA is mounted on the bridge of the German ship. It resembles 2cm FlaK 38.
The training ship Baltika, formerly a Project 265-class minesweeper, appears in the movie as a Kriegsmarine patrol ship.