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Dark World (Tyomnyy mir)

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Dark World (Tyomnyy mir)
Tyomnyy mir poster.jpg
DVD cover
Country RUS.jpg Russia
Directed by Anton Megerdichev
Release Date 2010
Language Russian
Studio Central Partnership
Shaman Pictures
Distributor Central Partnership
Main Cast
Character Actor
Marina Svetlana Ivanova
Kostya Ivan Zhidkov
Helvi Elena Panova
Aleksandr Õlto Vallo Sergei Ugryumov
Professor Sergey Rudolfovich Vladimir Nosik
Marina Vitalyevna Tatyana Kuznetsova
Arthur Ilya Alekseev
Capt. Sharapov Evgeniy Atarik
Queen of the Witches Olga Grishova
Vika Mariya Kozhevnikova

Dark World (Russian:Тёмный мир; Tyomnyy mir) is a 2010 Russian science fantasy movie.

The following weapons were used in the film Dark World (Tyomnyy mir):



Makarov PMM

Capt. Sharapov (Evgeniy Atarik) uses a Makarov PMM at one moment. It is most likely an MP-654K air gun replica.

Makarov PMM, Modern 12-round variant - 9x18mm Makarov
MP-654K, .177 air replica of Makarov PMM
Close view of the grip.
Capt. Sharapov draws his PMM.
Capt. Sharapov fires his PMM.
Capt. Sharapov holds the PMM after it runs out of ammo.

IZh 79-8

Several characters, including Arthur (Ilya Alekseev), Toivo (Vladimir Lukyanchikov), and Border Guards Captain (Eduard Gorbenko) uses a IZh 79-8 in several scenes. These are most likely the same prop reused. The IZh 79-8 is the non-lethal gas firing version of the Makarov PM pistol.

IZh 79-8 - 8 mm
Border Guards Captain (at the left) with the holstered sidearm. The grip can be seen.
Arthur grabs the pistol from Toivo.
Arthur aims his IZh.
Perfect view of the grip.
The muzzle of the IZh can be seen.


Sawn-off Double Barreled Shotgun

The driver (Mikhail Solodko) briefly holds a Sawn-off Double Barreled Shotgun in one scene.

Sawed off side by side shotgun with exposed hammers - 12 gauge
The driver opens the box containing the shotgun...
...and grabs it.
The sawn-off shotgun can be seen.
A slightly different view of the sawn-off shotgun.

Assault Rifles


Toivo (Vladimir Lukyanchikov) uses an AKM as his main firearm.

AKM - 7.62x39mm
Toivo (far left) with the AK on a sling.
Toivo carries the AK.


The AK-74M is most popular firearm in the movie.

AK-74M - 5.45x39mm
Demon (Pyotr Korolyov) with the AK on a sling.
The same character holds his AK; muzzle shape can be seen.
The same character raises his AK.
Privalov (Sergey Ryabtsev) at the right and one other unnamed soldier at the left aim their AK rifles.
Privalov and the same soldier carry their AK rifles.
Privalov with the AK on a sling.
Kostya (Ivan Zhidkov) aims a captured AK.
Jordan (Denis Yushechkin) aims a captured AK.
Aleksandr Õlto Vallo (Sergei Ugryumov) grabs the AK from Kostya.
Demon (Aleksey Potapov, second from right) with the AK on a sling.


Several characters, including capt. Sharapov, can be seen armed with the AKS-74U.

AKS-74U (also referred to as the "AKSU" or 'Krinkov') - 5.45x39mm
Capt. Sharapov holds an unloaded AK.
Capt. Sharapov puts his AK on the ground.
Close-up view of the receiver.


Capt. Sharapov carries an AKS-74 in one scene.

AKS-74 with Bakelite magazine - 5.45x39mm
Demon (Maksim Pleshko) at the far right carries an AKS on a sling.
Capt. Sharapov (at the center) with the AK on a sling.


Border Guards troops are armed with the Saiga-MK-03.

Saiga-MK-03 - 7.62x39 mm
Border Guard trooper with the Saiga.


Combat Helicopter

MIN NEDR owns a combat helicopter. It is actually a fictional CGI model that resembles a "futurized" Mi-24 Hind.

The helicopter can be seen from the right side.
View from the front side.
The helicopter can be seen from the left side.
Perfect view of the helicopter's armament.

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