Pitbull is a 2005 Polish crime drama directed by Patryk Vega on based real events and authentic figures. The plot concerns homicide detectives in contemporary Warsaw. This work is not for loners- it requires professionalism and solidarity and every decisions made at work reflects on their personal lives. They need to meet and work with criminals as well as go undercover in the criminal underworld. They pay a high price for the practice of this profession. These police officers are often on the verge of transitioning to the other side of the fence, straddling the line between cop and criminal...
The film became the pilot of an eponymous television series.
The following weapons were used in the film Pitbull:
Polish policemen use Glock 17s as their sidearm.
Uniformed Polish policemen primarily use Walther P99 pistols.
Skbk wz.89 Onyks
Police aspirants Zbigniew "Benek" Chyb (Janusz Gajos) (front) and Jacek "Gebels" Goc (Andrzej Grabowski) fire skbk wz.89 Onyks carbines. These weapons are fitted with AKS-74U flash suppressors, but can be identified as wz.89s by their stocks, handguards, gas blocks and the cantilever rear sights.