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To Live! (Zhit)

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To Live! (Zhit)
Theatrical Release Poster
Country RUS.jpg Russian
Directed by Yuriy Bykov
Release Date 2010
Language Russian
Studio Rock Films
Main Cast
Character Actor
Mikhail Vladislav Toldykov
Andrey Denis Shvedov
Oleg Konstantin Strelnikov
Sergey Aleksey Komashko
Ivan Sergey Zharkov

To Live! (Zhit) is a 2010 Russian drama movie directed by Yuriy Bykov. Somewhere in Russian countryside, in Autumn forest a local hunter Mikhail helps a mysterious man to escape from a trio of assassins. Together they run from the chase. Soon Mikhail finds out that this accidentally met person is likely dangerous for him but now he has to continue the way until the bitter end.

The following weapons were used in the film To Live! (Zhit):


Reck Miami 92F

Two assassins, Ivan (Sergey Zharkov) and Sergey (Aleksey Komashko), are armed with Beretta 92FS-style pistols that appear to be blank firing Reck Miami 92F. Ivan has a blued pistol while Sergey carries the nickel plated one. In the climactic scene Andrey (Denis Shvedov) disarms Sergey who in turn takes Ivan's pistol.

Reck Miami 92F, black finish - 9mm P.A.K. blanks
Ivan aims at Andrey.
Sergey holds Ivan's pistol.
Reck Miami 92F, nickel finish - 9mm P.A.K. blanks
Andrey holds Sergey at gunpoint with his own pistol.
The pistol is seen from another side.
Andrey fires. Note the solid hammer that is a typical feature of Reck Miami 92F.


Hatsan Escort AimGuard

Oleg (Konstantin Strelnikov), the leader of the assassins, is armed with the Hatsan Escort AimGuard pump action shotgun.

Hatsan Escort AimGuard shotgun, with top-folding stock - 12 gauge
Oleg aims his shotgun.
Oleg takes Mikhail as hostage.
A close view of the receiver.
The pistol grip is seen.


Mikhail (Vladislav Toldykov) wents hunting with a Double Barreled Shotgun. It is likely IZh-43 in 12 gauge. Andrey (Denis Shvedov) uses Mikhail's shotgun against the assasins.

IZh-43 - 12 Gauge
Mikhail assembles the shotgun in the opening scene.
Mikhail on hunt.
Andrey loads the shotgun.
Andrey holds the shotgun during the chase after Mikhail's car.
Another view of the shotgun.
A close view of the shotgun.

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