|Kings of Crime (Vory v zakone)
||Gorky Film Studios
Kings of Crime (Vory v zakone) is a 1988 Soviet crime drama movie directed by Yuri Kara. The story depicts the life of a young woman Rita (Anna Samokhina) who becomes a mistress of Artur (Valentin Gaft), the boss of the powerful criminal group in the seaside town in Abkhazia (in that time it was a part of USSR). The movie is roughly based on the short story Carmen of Chegem by Abkhazian novelist Fazil Iskander.
The following weapons are seen in the movie Kings of Crime:
A Colt M1911A1 pistol is used by Artur (Valentin Gaft) when he chases the rival criminal Ramzes (Gia Lejava).
World War II Colt M1911A1 Pistol - .45 ACP
Artur readies his pistol during the car chase.
Behind the Scenes Image: Arthur and his bodyguard (Sergei Silkin
) with Colt pistols.
Luger P08s are used by various criminals.
Volodya fires at Ramzes' henchmen.
Militia detectives carry Makarov PM pistols.
Makarov PM - 9x18mm Makarov
A plainclothes militia
detective fires his PM.
Single Barreled Shotgun
Rita's father (Nurbey Kamkia) holds a Single Barreled Shotgun in the opening and the final scenes. This gun is supposedly IZh-17, one of the most common single barreled shotguns in USSR.
Izhmekh IZh-17 single barreled shotgun - 16 Gauge
Rita's father takes a shotgun in the opening scene.
Rita's father holds his shotgun in the final scene.