A Holy Place (Sveto mesto)
A Holy Place (Sveto mesto) is a 1990 Yugoslavian mystery horror, loosely based on the novel of the Nikolai Gogol Viy. This is the fifth ecranisation of the Gogol's novel. The first (1909), second (1912) and third (1916) are belives to be lost, the fourth is the well known Viy or Spirit of Evil (which is very close to original text), the sixth is The Power of Fear (Vedma) (2006) and the seveth is the Forbidden Empire (2014) (althought the 2006 and 2014 movie are very loosely based on the original novel).
PS. Viy is the evil God of east slavian pre christian mythology.
The following weapons were used in the film A Holy Place (Sveto mesto):
Remington 1863 Zouave
Doroš (Danilo Lazovic) uses Remington 1863 Zouave at the one scene. It's a very strange gun for the 19th century Eastern Europe, but this gun also appeared in numerous ither Yugoslavian movies, like Old Shatterhand and Old Surehand.