Original Russian Poster
Endowment (Yakut: Сырдык күүс; Syrdyk kyuyus, often wrongly transliterated as Syrdyk kuus or even Syrdyk kyys, Russian Дар; Dar) is a 2013 Russian filmed Yakut language mystery crime movie, based on the Yakut mythology (Yakuts are one of the vey few peoples of modern Russia, that belives in thier native belive). The story revolves about live of a female Yakut shaman, named Mariya, who uses her magic povers to fight against criminals.
Note: While, this movie is Russian, the original language is Yakutian, while the Russian language is only subtitles. The English title is the translate from Russian title (дар), 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 Endowment (Syrdyk kyuyus):
WARNING! THIS PAGE CONTAINS SPOILERS!
Seasoned criminal Khara Baaska (Yakov Nikulin) draws and uses Nagant M1895 at the film climax.
Nagant M1895 Revolver - 7.62x38R Nagant. This example was dated 1939 manufacture and was a War time issued weapon. Note the angular front sight which was used from 1930s.
Khara Baaska draws his Nagant at the one of his unlucky henchman. (The Russian subtitles means "I kill... you!").
Khara Baaska holds the Naganut after firnig it.
Khara Baaska threates the girl, named Ayta. (The Russian subtitles means "Well, well, well, pussy").
Khara Baaska covers, Nagant in hand.
The another view of the Khara Baaska's Nagant.
Khara Baaska puts his Nagant to Ayta's head.
The cylinder can be seen.
Khara Baaska tries to uses his Nagant agains Abasy
(evil spirits in Yakut's mythology). (The Russian subtitles means "No! No! No!").
The toy gun can be seen during the Mariya's memories.
The toy gun is seen lying on the bench, aright from young Mariya (Day'aana Dorofeeva).