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To Go and Not Return (Poyti i ne vernutsya) (1992)
To Go and Not Return (Poyti i ne vernutsya) is a 1992 Belarusian-Russian war drama based on the same title story by Vasil Bykov and directed by Nikolai Knyazev. In Winter 1942 in Nazi-occupied Belorussia two young partisans, Zosya (Yuliya Vysotskaya) and Anton (Igor Shut'), are sent to a reconnaissance mission. Anton falls in love to Zosya but his desire to survive in any way leads to betrayal of his love.
The film is the second screen adaptation of the original story, preceded by a Soviet 1987 film and followed by 2004 Belarusian film (all under the same title) and 2008 Russian film Doomed to War (Obrechyonnye na voynu).
The following weapons were used in the film To Go and Not Return (Poyti i ne vernutsya):
Anton (Igor Shut') carries a Nagant M1895 revolver. When he is arrested by partisans as a suspicious person, the Sergeant (Sergey Khripach) takes the Nagant.
The Sergeant (Sergey Khripach) is armed with an MP40.
Mosin Nagant M1891/30
Partisans Saley (Aleksandr Podobed) and Pashka (Vladimir Korpus') carry Mosin Nagant M1891/30 rifles. After Saley is killed in action, Anton (Igor Shut') takes his rifle. Several Hilfspolizei also are armed with Mosin Nagant rifles but they are seen only in distance.
MG34 machine guns are mounted on German motorcycles.