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The Mirage of Love (Tuman buolbut taptal)

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The Mirage of Love
(Tuman buolbut taptal)
Tuman buolbut taptal poster.jpg
DVD cover
Country RUS.jpg Russia
Directed by Arkady Novikov
Release Date 2007
Language Yakut
Studio Sakhafilm
Main Cast
Character Actor
Saiyyna Aleksandra Skryabina
Bylatyan Konstantin Skryabin
Nyukuu Gavril Spiridonov

The Mirage of Love (Yakut: Туман буолбут таптал; Tuman buolbut taptal, Russian Марево любви; Marevo lyubvi) is a 2007 Russian filmed Yakut language horror movie, based on the Yakut mythology (Yakuts are one of the vey few peoples of modern Russia, that belives in thier native belive). Two native Yakut hunters came to the wild lake in the forest to hunting and fishing. Soon, both realise, that a ghosts inhabit in this place.

Note: While, this movie is Russian, the original language is Yakutian, while the Russian language is only subtitles. The English title of this movie is the translate from Russian title, which did by user, who don't speack Yakut language. If anybody user, who have some skills in Yakut language, will find this title uncorrect, he may rename it more correct title.

The following weapons were used in the film The Mirage of Love
(Tuman buolbut taptal)


Bylatyan (Konstantin Skryabin) and Nyukuu (Gavril Spiridonov) both uses Shompolka (slang term from Russian word shompol, which means ramrod) throughout the movie. Such guns were produced in late 19th - early 20th century and widely used in Siberia in late 19th - early 20th century.

1860 Russian-made "Shompolka" Single Barreled Percussion Shotgun
Bylatyan (Konstantin Skryabin) carry the shompolka on the sling. The gun is clearly percussion.
The muzzle is seen. Note, that's rusty, which means the old age of this gun.
The sling attachin position is seen.
The percussion lock is seen again.
The hammer shape is seen in the darkness.
Nyukuu (Gavril Spiridonov) holds the shompolka. The hammer shape is seen clearly, althought through the fishnet.
The trigger guard can be seen.
Nyukuu loads his gun. Note, that this gun is muzzleloaded.
The buttstock can be seen. Note, that the sling attached a few inches under the guard.
The trigger guard is seen again.

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