The Dusk (Zakat)
The Dusk (Zakat) is a 1990 Soviet drama movie directed by Aleksandr Zeldovich and adapted from the Isaak Babel short story collection The Odessa Tales.
The following weapons were used in the film The Dusk (Zakat):
Russian Imperial police personnel use Nagant M1895 revolvers during the shootout with Benya's gang. In the final scene, set after the Russian Revolution, a Nagant is used by a Chekist (uncredited) who executes Benya.
M1911A1 pistols, anachronistic for the early 1900s, are used by Benya Krik (Viktor Gvozditsky) and several of his gang members.
Several of Benya's gang are armed with Mauser C96 pistols.
Mosin Nagant Rifle
Red Army men carry Mosin Nagant Rifles of unclear model, most likely M1891 Dragoon or M1891/30.
- Bennie the Howl (Benya Krik) - a 1926 B&W adaptation of Isaak Babel's stories, starring Yuri Shumsky as Benya Krik.
- The Art of Living in Odessa (Iskusstvo zhit v Odesse) - a 1989 adaptation of Isaak Babel's stories, starring Sergey Koltakov as Benya Krik.
- The Drayman and the King (Bindyuzhnik i korol) - a 1990 adaptation of Isaak Babel's stories, starring Maksim Leonidov as Benya Krik and Armen Dzhigarkhanyan as Mendel Krik.