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Dry Season

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Dry Season
Saison sèche
Daratt poster.jpg
DVD cover
Country Chad.jpg Chad
FRA.jpg France
BEL.jpg Belgium
AUT.jpg Austria
Directed by Mahamat-Saleh Haroun
Release Date 2006
Language French
Studio Chinguitty Films
Entre Chien et Loup
Goi-Goi Productions
Main Cast
Character Actor
Atim Ali Barkai
Nassara Youssouf Djaoro
Aicha Aziza Hisseine
Gumar Abatcha Khayar Oumar Defallah
Moussa Djibril Ibrahim
Moussa's aunt Hadje Fatime N'Goua
Nassara's neighbor Garba Issa
Fat Soldier Abderamane Abakar

Dry Season (French Daratt; another French title is Saison sèche) is 2006 cooperate Chadian-French-Belgian-Austrian movie.

The following weapons were used in the film Dry Season:

SPOILERS.jpg WARNING! Major spoiler


Inglis Hi-Power

Gumar Abatcha (Khayar Oumar Defallah) presents an old Inglis Hi-Power to Atim (Ali Barkai), who uses it throughout the movie. The screen gun lacks a humped rear sight and has a hammer spur, not a ring hammer, so it is most likely that a Belgian slide from a Browning Hi-Power is used on an Inglis frame. At one point, a similar looking pistol can be seen in Nassara's armory, which is the same prop.

Inglis Hi-Power - 9x19mm
Browning Hi-Power "Type 73" - 9x19mm. These Hi-Powers feature elongated bushings different from Hi-Powers Made before 1973 and after the MK II Series.
Gumar Abatcha holds the pistol.
Atim cocks his pistol.
The pistol is partly seen in Atim's pocket.
The slide is seen.
Atim aims the pistol.
A close up.
Atim in ambush, pistol in hand.
Nassara's armory. The HP (1).

Walther PPK/S

The Fat Soldier (Abderamane Abakar) pulls a Walther PPK/S at two points. Atim (Ali Barkai) later takes it for himself. At one point, a similar looking pistol can be seen in Nassara's armory. It's obviously the same prop.

Walther PPK/S stainless - .380 ACP
The Fat Soldier holds Atim at gunpoint.
The Walther pistol is brandished by its drunken owner.
Atim investigates the captured Walther.
The ejection port is seen.
Atim cocks his Walther...
...and aims it.
The mag is seen.
Atim holds his pistol a second before putting it in his pocket.
Atim holds Nassara at gunpoint.
Another perspective.
The slide is seen.
Nassara's armory. The Walther PPK/S (2).

FN Model 1905

What appeared to be an FN Model 1905 can be seen in Nassara's armory.

FN Model 1906, view from the right
Nassara's armory. The FN Model 1905 (3).

Walther PP

A Walther PP can be seen in Nassara's armory.

Walther PP (with Bavarian Police stampings circa 1967) - .32 ACP
Nassara's armory. The Walther PP (4).

Detonics CombatMaster

A Detonics CombatMaster can be seen in Nassara's armory.

Detonics CombatMaster with stainless steel finish - .45 ACP
Nassara's armory. The Detonics CombatMaster (5).


SIG SG 542

Nassara's armory contains two SIG SG 542s.

SIG SG 542 with bipod - 7.62x51mm NATO
Two barrels of SG 542 rifles are perfectly seen at the left.
A good view of the mags (and missing handguards)...
...pistol grips...
...and buttstocks.


A MAS-36 can be seen in Nassara's armory.

MAS-36 - 7.5x54mm French
The MAS's barrel is seen at the right.
The barrel band can be seen.
A good view of MAS's trigger guard.
Note the ring on the buttstock.

M16-style rifle

What appears to be an M16-style rifle is very briefly seen in the hands of a soldier.

M16A1 with 30 Round magazine - 5.56x45mm (for comparison).
The soldier holds his rifle during the street fight. The carrying handle...
...barrel length...
...and buttstock are seen. The rifle also appears to be missing its handguard.

AK-style rifle

A running solder at the film's beginning very briefly holds an AK-style rifle.

Type 1 AK-47 with slab sided magazine - 7.62x39mm (for comparison).
The soldier runs, rifle in hands.

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