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The Interceptor (Zapreshchyonnaya Realnost)

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The Interceptor
(Zapreshchyonnaya Realnost)
DVD cover
Country RUS.jpg Russia
Directed by Konstantin Maximov
Release Date 2009
Language Russian
Studio PS TVC Studio
Main Cast
Character Actor
Georgiy Kurylo Aleksandr Baluev
Matvey Sobolev Igor Petrenko
Gorshin Vladimir Vdovichenkov
Col. Ivakin Andrey Chubchenko
Polina Lyubov Tolkalina

The Interceptor (Zapreshchyonnaya Realnost) (Russian Title: Запрещенная Реальность) is a 2009 Russian science-fiction action movie directed by Konstantin Maximov, based on the novel Smersh-2 by Vasiliy Golovachev. Special-service agents Matvey Sobolev (Igor Petrenko) and Georgiy Kurylo (Aleksandr Baluev) were best friends in the past. Now they are sworn enemies. Georgiy Kurylo heads a powerful organization, which aims to seize power in Russia. This organization utilizes the newest models of psychotronic weapons to control minds. Meanwhile, powerful forces from parallel universes are drawn into the fight for the human world.

The following weapons are featured in the film The Interceptor (Zapreshchyonnaya realnost):


Gamo PT-90

Gorshin (Vladimir Vdovichenkov) is armed with the Gamo PT-90 pistol, a CO2 replica of the Heckler & Koch USP, when he gets into Matvey's car to invite him to come fight Kurylo.

Gamo PT-90 airpistol CO2 - 4.5mm
Gorshin puts his Gamo PT-90 to Matvey's head.
Matvey disarms Gorshin...
...but Gorshin pulls a second pistol.

Makarov PM

Russian Makarov PM - 9x18mm Makarov
Matvey, disguised as a police sergeant, holds a Makarov PM.

Tokarev TT-33

Tokarev TT-33 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev. Pre-1947 version.
One of Kurylo's henchmen holds the Tokarev TT-33. The shape of the cocking serration is typical for the pre-1947 version of the TT.
The same henchman with the TT-33.

Stechkin APS

Russian Stechkin APS - 9x18mm Makarov
A thug tries to fire his Stechkin APS at Matvey.
He misses.

Beretta 92F/FS

Beretta 92F - 9x19mm.
Matvey fires a captured Beretta 92F/FS at Kurylo's henchmen.

CZ 75B

CZ 75B with stainless steel finish - 9x19mm
Georgiy Kurylo holds his CZ 75B.
Kurylo fires his CZ 75B.
One of the hired killers on a motorboat armed with a CZ 75B.
Matvey fires a captured CZ 75B at the killers...
...and throws the pistol overboard.

Submachine Guns

PDT-9T Esaul

Many of Kurylo's guards and his special forces fighters are armed with a customized PDT-9T Esaul in different configurations. This is semi-auto only version of the Kedr PP-91 submachine gun chambered for 9mm P.A. rubber less-lethal ammunition. Russian filmmakers sometimes use modified versions of this weapon to portray various fictional submachine guns.

PDT-9T Esaul less-than-lethal personal protection weapon - 9mm P.A. Rubber
A hired killer on a motorboat fires the PDT-9T Esaul. Note the Colt M4-style stock
Note the SVD Dragunov style fore-end.
This one has a telescopic sight.
One of Kurylo's henchmen holds a PDT-9T Esaul with a right side-folding stock.
Another shot.
Kurylo's guard carries a PDT-9T with a right side-folding stock and an SVD Dragunov-style fore-end.
One of Kurylo's special forces soldiers fires his PDT-9T.
Note the flash hider.
Note the PKP Pecheneg-style stock and sound suppressor.
This one has a red dot sight and flashlight.


The PP-2000 submachine gun is depcited as a fictional psychotronic emitter in the movie.

PP-2000 with ATN Ultra Sight DC red dot sight - 9x19mm
A suppressed PP-2000.
Kurylo's woman Polina (Lyubov Tolkalina) aims her PP-2000 at Military Intelligence Col. Ivakin (Andrey Chubchenko).
Kerim (Aleksey Dmitriev) holds his PP-2000.

Heckler & Koch MP7

Some hitmen on a motorboat are armed with Heckler & Koch MP7 submachine guns.

Heckler & Koch MP7 - 4.6x30mm.

Assault Rifles


Members of StopCrime, an illegal paramilitary organization, are armed with the AKS-74U.

AKS-74U - 5.45x39mm
A StopCrime fighter holds his AKS-74U.
A StopCrime fighter fires his AKS-74U.


One of the Kurylo's special forces fighters is armed with an AKU-94.

Century Arms AK-47 bullpup with polymer magazine - 7.62x39mm

SIG SG 552

Some of the Kurylo's special forces fighters are armed with a rubber prop version of the SIG SG 552 mocked up to look like (of all things) an Izhmash PP-19 Bizon.

SIG SG 552 - 5.56x45mm
For comparison: PP-19 Bizon-2 with side-folding stock - 9x18mm Makarov
Note the addition of a Bizon-style helical magazine and the rear sights of the SG 552 mounted too far forward, indicating that this weapon is most likely a rubber prop.


Double-Barreled Shotgun

Baikal MP-43 hammerless side by side shotgun - 12 gauge
Granddad Prokop (Boris Smorchkov) armed with a side-by-side double-barreled shotgun.
Prokop looks at the falling fragments of the transport aircraft.

Hatsan Escort AimGuard

One of Kurylo's special forces fighters is armed with a Hatsan Escort AimGuard shotgun.

Hatsan Escort AimGuard shotgun, with top-folding stock - 12 Gauge
Kurylo's special forces fighter holds his Hatsan Escort AimGuard shotgun. Note this shot is mirrored.
Close-up of the Hatsan Escort AimGuard's top-folding stock.

Armsel Protecta

One of Kurylo's special forces fighters is armed with an Armsel Protecta.

Armsel Protecta with 12" barrel - 12 gauge

SPAS-12 (Replica)

One of Kurylo's special forces fighters is armed with a shotgun that looks like a short-barreled Franchi SPAS-12. It appears to be a rubber replica.

Franchi SPAS-12 Short Barreled Version - 12 gauge
Note the stock taped to the receiver, presumably to keep it in place.
Matvey throws the captured shotgun at an enemy.

Fictional Weapon

Kurylo and his organization use a fictional weapon known as the "TK200-14".

Publicity photo of Aleksandr Baluev as Georgiy Kurylo with a fictional psychotronic emitter.
One Kurylo's special forces fighters fires the TK200-14.

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