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The Double

The Burma Conspiracy

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Theatrical Movie Poster
Country Flag of the United States.jpg United States
Directed by Michael Brandt
Release Date 2011
Language English
Studio Hyde Park Entertainment
Distributor Image Entertainment
Main Cast
Character Actor
Paul Shepherdson Richard Gere
Ben Geary Topher Grace
Tom Highland Martin Sheen
Bozlovski Tamer Hassan
Brutus Stephen Moyer
Oliver Chris Marquette
Natalie Geary Odette Annable
Amber Stana Katic
Agent Pierce Jeffrey Pierce
Agent Burton Lawrence Gilliard Jr.


The Double is a 2011 thriller about a Russian spy, code-named Cassius, who begins killing again after everyone thought he was dead. The film stars Richard Gere as a retired CIA agent and Topher Grace as a young FBI agent who team up to investigate the new string of assassinations.

Visit the Discussion section for information on Cassius' garrote watch.



The following weapons were used in the film The Double:



Glock 19

Brutus (Stephen Moyer) grabs a Glock 19 off a cop when he makes his escape from the hospital. He later drops it in his fight with Paul Shepherdson (Richard Gere).

Glock 19 9x19mm
Brutus steals a cops Glock 19.
Brutus enters the hospital parking garage with Glock in hand.

Glock 17

A full-size Glock 17 is used by Agent Ben Geary (Topher Grace) as well as other FBI agents throughout the film instead of a Glock 22 that real FBI agents use. Agent Geary uses the Glock to wound Bozlovski (Tamer Hassan) during the climax.

Glock 17 (3rd Generation) - 9x19mm
Oliver (Chris Marquette) has a Glock 17 holstered as he discusses the case with Geary (Topher Grace).
Agent Geary searches Amber's (Stana Katic) trailer with his Glock drawn.
Geary searches for a Russian agent.
The small barrel size indicates this is a 9mm instead of a .40.
Agent Geary searches for a wounded Bozlovski (Tamer Hassan).

Beretta 92FS

Paul Shepherdson (Richard Gere) uses a Beretta 92FS throughout the film, most notably when threatening Amber (Stana Katic) and during the car chase at the ship yard.

Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm
Paul threatens Amber for information.
Paul grabs the Beretta which has miraculously remained in place despite his driving.
Paul opens fire on Bozlovski who is in a stolen port authority car.
Paul's bullets spark on the car.
The Beretta locks empty.

SIG-Sauer P226

Bozlovski (Tamer Hassan) uses a SIG-Sauer P226 to kill the Mexican guide at the border when he sneaks across with other Russian agents. He uses it again at the end of the film to shoot Agent Shepherdson.

SIG-Sauer P226 - 9x19mm
Bozlovski gets shot in the leg by Agent Geary before he can kill Shepherdson.
Bozlovski aims his SIG-Sauer P226 at Geary.
Bozlovski is distracted by Shepherdson when he comes running into the room and shoots him.
A FBI agent finds Bozlovski's dropped SIG-Sauer P226.
The crimpnose blank fired by Bozlovski's SIG-Sauer. It appears to be a .357 Sig round.

Unknown Revolver

A revolver is used by Bozlovski's henchman Leo (Yuri Sardarov) to hold Paul (Richard Gere) hostage until Paul disarms and kills him.

Leo aims an unknown small-frame revolver at Paul's head.
Paul fires Leo's revolver at Bozlovski.

M4

The FBI SWAT team that finds the arms shipment are carrying M4s.

M4A1 5.56x45mm
The FBI SWAT team behind CIA director Tom Highland (Martin Sheen) inspects a shipment of illegal weapons.

M136 AT4

A shipment of AT4 rocket launchers are discovered by the FBI SWAT team at the docks.

M146 AT-4 - 84mm.
FBI SWAT teams inspect crates of AT4s.
CIA Director Tom Highland (Martin Sheen) inspects the AT4s. Note the agent's M4 on his back.

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