Look for a Woman (Ishchite zhenshchinu)
Look for a Woman (Ищите женщину; Ishchite zhenshchinu) is a 1983 Soviet comedy crime film directed by Alla Surikova (A Man from the Boulevard des Capucines (Chelovek s bulvara Kaputsinov)) and based on the play Busybody by Jack Popplewell and its French adaptation La Perruche et le poulet by Robert Thomas. Alice Postique (Sofiko Chiaureli), a clerk in notary office in Paris, finds her boss Maître Roché (Sergey Yurskiy), presumably dead. But then the body mysteriously disappears...
The following weapons were used in the film Look for a Woman (Ishchite zhenshchinu):
Policeman Maximen (Leonid Yarmolnik) carries the Walther P38 pistol as his duty sidearm throughout the film. In the opening scene Alice Postique watches a film L'Alpagueur on TV where Bruno Cremer fires a suppressed P38.
At the TV screen we can also see the M1911A1, carried by an actor in unidentified movie.