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Composition for Victory Day (Sochinenie ko Dnyu Pobedy)
Composition for Victory Day (Sochinenie ko Dnyu Pobedy) is a Russian 1998 tragicomedy directed by Sergey Ursulyak and starring Mikhail Ulyanov, Oleg Efremov and Vyacheslav Tikhonov as three friends and veterans of the Great Patriotic War.
The following weapons were used in the film Composition for Victory Day (Sochinenie ko Dnyu Pobedy):
During the hijacking of the plane, Ivan Dyakov (Mikhail Ulyanov) carries a Walther P38, a piece of war-time booty.
Makarov PM pistols are the service sidearms of Militsiya officers. Dyakov (Mikhail Ulyanov) takes a PM from the pilot of the hijacked plane. Security agent Nikitin (Vladimir Bolshov), disguised as a passenger, tries to use his PM during the hijacking.
During the hijacking of the plane, Lev Margulis (Vyacheslav Tikhonov) holds an M1911A1.
In the opening scene, the ceremonial honor guards at Red Square, Moscow, carry SKS carbines.
Militioneers (policemen) carry AKMS assault rifles in several scenes.
Militioneers (policemen) also carry AKS-74U compact assault rifles.
A KPVT machine gun is seen mounted on a BTR-80 APC.