I Spit on Your Grave (1978)
I Spit on Your Grave (original title:Day of the Woman) is a controversial 1978 low-budget exploitation film that follows a woman who exacts bloody revenge on four men who raped her after she arrived in the country to write a novel. Over the years, the film gathered a cult following, but was also received very poorly because of film's brutal depiction of rape and sexual violence. Film critic Roger Ebert famously described it as "a vile bag of garbage", as well as it being "...one of the most depressing experiences of my life". A remake was released in 2010.
The following weapons were used in the film I Spit on Your Grave (1978):
Jennifer Hill (Camille Keaton) finds a CZ 27 in her house in a drawer. Later in the film, she draws it on Johnny (Eron Tabor). She fires it once at his feet, but he talks her out of using it, and throws it away.