The Absent One
The Absent One, also known as Department Q: The Absent One, is a 2014 Danish-German-Swedish movie directed by Mikkel Nørgaard based on the Danish novel of the same name by Jussi Adler-Olsen. When two siblings are brutally murdered, the culprit seems to be found quickly: Boarding school student Bjarne Thøgersen confesses to the crime and is sent to prison for several years. But something seems fishy: Bjarne belongs to the spoiled clique around leader Ditlev Pram, Ulrik Dybbøl, and the pretty Kirsten-Marie, called "Kimmie" Lassen. The quartet escapes the stuffy school routine by going out on their Sundays off and randomly abusing people. Copenhagen deputy detective Carl Mørck and his assistant Assad reopen the case twenty years later.
The following weapons were used in the film The Absent One:
Heckler & Koch USP Compact
Remington Model 700
During a flashback of Kirsten, young Ditlev (Marco Ilsø) and young "Kimmie" (Sarah-Sofie Boussnina) can be seen handling a scoped Remington Model 700.
At least, one hunter carries a double-barreled shotgun.