Captain's Daughter, The
The Captain’s Daughter (original title Russkiy bunt - "The Russian Rebellion") is a 2000 Russian-French historical film, based on the novels "The Captain’s Daughter" and "The History of the Pugachev Rebellion" by the famous Russian poet and writer Alexander Pushkin. The film is directed by Aleksandr Proshkin and starring Vladimir Mashkov and Sergey Makovetskiy.
The following weapons were used in the film Captain's Daughter, The:
Russian Dragoon M1797 Flintlock Pistol
What appears to be an anachronistic Russian Dragoon Flintlock Pistols Model 1797 are used by Pyotr Grinyov (Mateusz Damiecki), Yemelyan Pugachyov (Vladimir Mashkov), Komendant Mironov (Yury Belyayev), Ivan Ignatyevich (Yuriy Kuznetsov) and Beloborodov (Andrei Dudarenko). Shvabrin (Sergey Makovetskiy) uses Flintlock Pistol, when he unsuccessful tries to commit suicide.
Russian Flintlock Musket M1763
Russian M1763 flintlock muskets are used by soldiers and cossacks.
The fortress where a large part of the story takes place is equiped with smoothbore muzzleload cannons.