The Passport (Russian Pasport) is a 1991 (filmed 1990) Soviet-French-Austrian-Israeli comedy-drama directed by Georgiy Daneliya. Half-brothers Merab and Yakov Papashvili (both played by Gérard Darmon) live in Tbilisi. Yakov, being half-Jewish on his mother's side, decides to repatriate to Israel with his family. Merab accompanies Yakov to the airport but after a series of misunderstandings finds himself in Israel with his brother's papers. He wants to return home but nobody trusts his improbable story, and Merab has to live through many comedic and dramatic adventures.
The following weapons were used in the film The Passport:
In the opening scene on the railway station in Tbilisi, a Militsioner carries a Makarov PM in his holster.
Austrian police in Vienna carry Glock 17 pistols in holsters.
Yakov's wife's uncle Izya Bernstein (Ya'ackov Ben-Sira) owns an M1911A1 pistol.
Colt MK IV Series 80
When Israeli police stop Semyon Klein's truck, an officer carries an M1911-style pistol, strangely carrying it not in a holster but tucked into the back of his pants. The flat grips with a bright, round logo allow to guess that the pistol is a Colt MK IV Series 80.
An Israeli police officer carries a pistol in a holster. Only a small part of the grip can be seen.
Double Barreled Shotgun
Steyr AUG A1 Carbine
Several Austrian police officers are armed with Steyr AUG A1 carbines.
Unidentified assault rifles (?)
When Merab illegally crosses the Israeli-Jordanian border, he is arrested by Jordanian border guards. They carry some long guns seen only from a distance. The service rifle of the Jordanian military during the 1980s was the Heckler & Koch G3.