|In China They Eat Dogs|
(I Kina Spiser de Hunde)
Theatrical Release Poster
||Lasse Spang Olsen
||Steen Herdel Filmproduktion|
||Nikolaj Lie Kaas
||Tomas Villum Jensen
In China They Eat Dogs (original title I Kina Spiser de Hunde) is a 1999 Danish black comedy movie by Lasse Spang Olsen. The story tells about a young bank clerk turned bank robber and killer. The title is a reference to a phrase that main character's elder brother tells him: "In China, they eat dogs"; it mean that whether something is right or wrong depends on the situation.
A prequel to this movie is Old Men in New Cars (2002).
The following weapons were used in the film In China They Eat Dogs:
Smith & Wesson Model 19
Peter (Tomas Villum Jensen) appears in one scene with a revolver. Judging from the ejector rod shroud, front sight and general shape, it appears to be a blued K-Frame Smith & Wesson with 3" barrel, most possibly a Smith & Wesson Model 19. In the final scene Ratco (Slavko Labovic) uses a revolver that also looks like a K-frame with ejector rod shroud and longer barrel, possibly a Model 19 with 6" barrel.
Smith & Wesson Model 19 with 3" barrel and Pachmayr grips - .357 Magnum
Peter inspects his revolver.
Smith & Wesson Model 19, 6 inch "patridge" front sight barrel - .357 Magnum.
Ratco fires his revolver at Arvid Blixen.
Beretta 92F pistol
Beretta 92F is used by Harald Blixen (Kim Bodnia). In one scene Arvid Blixen (Dejan Cukic) got his brother's pistol and this led to a bad end. In the final scene Ratco (Slavko Labovic) and several of his men use Beretta 92F.
Beretta 92F (Early Model) - 9x19mm.
Harald threatens Vuk (Brian Patterson) with his Beretta 92F.
Masked Harald with his Beretta 92F.
Arvid Blixen shoots Beretta 92F in air to stop the hassle.
Ratco with his Beretta 92F.
Ratco fires two Beretta 92F.
Micro Uzi is used by Arvid Blixen (Dejan Cukic) in one scene. Arvid lost control over his weapon which led to several innocent victims. Later Arvid fires Micro Uzi during the shootout with Ratco's gangsters.
IMI Micro Uzi with 15 round magazine - 9x19mm.
Arvid holds his Micro Uzi in "gangsta-style".
Arvid fires his Micro Uzi blindly during the final shootout.
Heckler & Koch MP5SD
MP5SD3 or SD6 is used by one of Ratco's gangsters during the final shootout. After the gangster was shot, his SMG falls into water where Harald Blixen (Kim Bodnia) took it and used against his enemies. The barrel appears shorter then MP5SD must be, so it is most likely non-suppressing replica of SD.
Heckler & Koch MP5SD3 with S-E-F trigger group and stock extended - 9x19mm.
The muzzle appeares from the water.
Franchi SPAS-12 is used by Ratco (Slavko Labovic) in the final shootout.
Franchi SPAS-12 combat shotgun with stock removed – 12 Gauge.
SWD/Cobray Street Sweeper
SWD/Cobray Street Sweeper is used by one of Ratco's gangsters in the final shootout. After the gangster is shot, Harald Blixen (Kim Bodnia) takes his weapon.
SWD/Cobray Street Sweeper - 12 Gauge.
A close view on AMD-65
and Street Sweeper.
A good view on the folding stock.
Gangster with a Street Sweeper.
Harald Blixen fires a Street Sweeper.
Double barreled side by side shotgun
In the opening scene Franz (Peter Gantzler) tries to robber the bank using double barreled side by side shotgun with sawn-off stock.
Franz readies his shotgun.
Franz threatens a bank clerk. Sawn-off stock can be seen.
M1 Carbine is used by one of Ratco's gangsters in the final shootout.
The Modern Manufactured version of the M1 Carbine, with standard stock, from Auto-Ordnance (affiliated with Kahr Arms and Thomson Arms) - .30 Carbine.
A gangster with M1 carbine.
Sa vz. 58 V
Sa vz. 58 V rifles are used by several of Ratco's gangsters in the final shootout. After one of them was shot, Harald Blixen (Kim Bodnia) took his weapon.
A gangster with a vz. 58.
A gangster fires his Sa vz. 58 V at Harald Blixen who is under water.
AMD-65 is used by one of Ratco's gangsters in the final shootout.
Hungarian AMD-65 - 7.62x39mm.