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The Full Moon (Polnolunie)

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The Full Moon
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Modern Poster
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Directed by Aleksandr Burtsev
Release Date 1993
Language Russian
Studio Tsenturion
Main Cast
Character Actor
Stasya Irina Litt
Sergey Igor Livanov
Anton Vladislav Toldykov
Nikolay Sergeyevich Buturlin Oleg Golubitsky
Fyodor Petrovich, the miltia Major Aleksandr Kazakov
Postman Viktor Gajnov
Stasya's mother Inga Budkevich
Stasya's father Boris Yevseev
Valera Roman Ryabov
Valera's mother Liliya Sharapova

The Full Moon (Russian: Полнолуние; Polnolunie, or Polnoluniye) is the 1993 Russian mystery detective horror movie. An unsolved series of grisly murders appears in the small town, lost in the wood. The brutally disfigured corpses were found in the forest edges during the full moons. At the first time, militia detectives thought about serial killer, but, only the wolf footprints were found near the murder places, and all victims were killed by the wolf claws and teeth. After the only survivor described the murderer as werewolf, an old local hunter Nikolay Sergeyevich Buturlin and his best friend, huntsman Sergey become to cooperated with militia to search and neutralize the mysterious murderer.

Note: This movie was filmed during the pre-digital era of Russian cinema, so it existed in two versions: low quality VHS and better quality master tape. However, to the time of digitization, the master tape was lost and only low quality VHS version was used for made of DVD.

The following weapons were used in the film The Full Moon (Polnolunie):



Makarov PM

Two militiamen (Russian policeman) - sergeant Anton (Vladislav Toldykov) and major Fyodor Petrovich (Aleksandr Kazakov), both cary Makarov PMs throughout the movie. Spetsnaz draws Makarov PMs at the film climax.

Russian Makarov PM - 9x18mm Makarov
Anton draws his duty PM after hearing a human screem.
Anton holds PM after calming down a man, who was just attacked by the werewolf.
Slighty better view.
Anton holds his PM, note the rear sight, typical for original PM, rather than various commertical versions.
Fyodor Petrovich draws a pistol during the investigate the murder plase.
Fyodor Petrovich aims the pistol at the drunken convict.
View from another angle.
The grip is partly seen.
Spetsnz member holds ther pistols.



TOZ-34 is hanged on the wall in Nikolay Sergeyevich Buturlin's (Oleg Golubitsky) house among with Double Barreled Shotgun. Sergey (Igor Livanov) tooked it, but later hanged back.

TOZ-34 - 12 gauge
Two shotguns on the wall. O&U at the left.
More good view of the shotguns.
More bright view of the shotguns.
Sergey investigate the shotgun.
Note the O&U barrels and slung attachment position.
View of the receiver.
Blured view of the triggers.
Receiver is slightly seen.
More good view.
Dispute the shot is blured, the gun shape is seen.
Perfect view of the receiver.
Sergey hands the shotgun back on the wall. Note the grove on the stock.

Double Barreled Shotgun

Double Barreled Shotgun is hanged on the wall in Nikolay Sergeyevich Buturlin's house among with TOZ-34. It's never seen clear.

J. Stevens and Company Side by Side Shotgun (Circa 1878) exposed hammers and designed to fire Black Powder shotgun shells - 12 gauge
Two shotguns on the wall. Double barreled at the right.
More good view of the shotguns.
More bright view of the shotguns.


Mosin Nagant M1891/30

Nikolay Sergeyevich Buturlin (Oleg Golubitsky) owns a Mosin Nagant M1891/30. Later, he gave it to Sergey (Igor Livanov), who used it throughout the movie. At the final scene, this rifle was used by Stasya (Irina Litt).

Full-length, Soviet Mosin Nagant M91/30 - 7.62x54mm R
Nikolay Sergeyevich Buturlin holds his Mosin-Nagant.
Nikolay Sergeyevich Buturlin aims in darkness after hearing a strange noise.
Nikolay Sergeyevich Buturlin accidentely fires his Mosin-Nagant rifle.
Front sight is seen.
Nikolay Sergeyevich Buturlin with the rifle.
Another view of the front sight.
Sergey holds Buturlin's Mosin-Nagant rifle.
Muzzle of Sergey's rifle is seen.
Stasya fires...
...and fires again.
Stasya holds a rifle after firing it.


Spetsnaz were armed with the AKS-74U at the several scenes.

AKS-74U (also referred to as the "AKSU" or 'Krinkov') - 5.45x39mm
Spetsnaz member covers during the raid. Note the muzzle shape, typical for ak.
Another spetsnaz member with the ak.
Spetsnaz member brakes the window.
Note the magazine shape
Spetsnaz member carry ak on the sling.
Note the muzzle shape.
Spetsnaz member with the gun at the film climax.

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