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Calmos is a 1976 French comedy film directed and writted by Bertrand Blier. The gynecologist Paul Dufour (Jean-Pierre Marielle) is disgusted by his vocation and the constant company of women, then flees together with his friend Albert (Jean Rochefort) to the countryside to find the lost peace of mind. Their example is followed by thousands of men, however, women do not intend to give up ...
The following weapons were used in the film Calmos:
Some females soldiers, include the commanding sergeant (Dora Doll) are armed with MAT-49 submachine guns.
Most female soldiers are seen with Karabiner 98k rifles in hand.
The CEO (Michel Peyrelon) (far left) pulls a Flintlock pistol.
The priest (Bernard Blier) (middle) holds a Blunderbuss in his hand.
The men are attacked by M24 Chaffee tank with a female crew.