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Do Not Wake Me Up (Ne budi menya)

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Do Not Wake Me Up
(Ne budi menya)
Ne budi menya poster.jpg
Original poster
Country RUS.jpg Russia
Directed by Vladimir Romanov
Release Date 2020
Language Russian
Studio Studio Grad Kitezh
Main Cast
Character Actor
Sophie Natalya Myznikova
Ray Vitaliy Krivonos
Mark Fyodor Klimov
Nika Anna Pugachyova
Erich Stanislav Ivanov
Jana Maria Shumilina
Flakon Oleg Khamitov
Inspector Anton Kolesov
Hermann Vladimir Chernyshov
Albert Stern Aleksandr Kurochkin

Do Not Wake Me Up (Russian Не буди меня; Ne budi menya) is a 2020 Russian science-fiction movie, directed by Vladimir Romanov (Treasures of the Twelve Gods (Sokrovishcha dvenadthati bogov)).

The following weapons were used in the film Do Not Wake Me Up (Ne budi menya):



Reck Agent

Numerous characters use Reck Agents throughout the movie.

Reck Agent Gas Revolver
Police Inspector (Anton Kolesov) pulls his duty revolver during the raid.
The Inspector's police advisor (Sergey Osipenko) tries to pull his duty revolver, which is captured from him by Ray (Vitaliy Krivonos).
Kira (Kirill Kiy) with the holstered revolver.
Ray pulls the revolver to threaten Martha (Olga Yakovleva) and her henchmen (played by Vladislav Shkerin and Andrey Fadeev).
Ray tucks the revolver into his waistband.
The Inspector examines a photo while holding the revolver. The barrel is seen.
Ray in cover, revolver in hands.
Ray holds Flakon (Oleg Khamitov) at gunpoint.
Another view of the same scene.
Ray holsters his revolver.
Flakon and Rey ambush Dan (Anton Taubin). Ray holds his revolver.
Ray pulls his revolver at the Police Inspector.

Makarov PM

The Makarov PM is a very popular firearm in the movie.

Russian Makarov PM - 9x18mm Makarov
The Inspector's police advisor (Sergey Osipenko) cocks his duty pistol...
...and puts it on the table.
The Inspector's police advisor tries to use his pistol.
The Inspector (Anton Kolesov) draws his duty pistol.
A side view of the Inspector's pistol.
The Inspector tries to raise his pistol...
...but Ray kicks the gun from his hand.
Commander's secretary (Oksana Maslova) carries a holstered Makarov. The grip is seen (pointed by the red arrow).
The commander (Arsen Izrailov) grabs his pistol from the desk drawer.
One of the Forsad troopers holds the pistol.
The same Forsad trooper aims the pistol.

Glock 17

At least one guard carries a holstered Glock 17.

2nd Generation Glock 17 - 9x19mm. This model added finger stepping and cuts to the backstrap of the frame to make it easier to hold than the Generation 1 model.
Two guards jokingly fight. The one at the left carries a holstered pistol.
A slightly different view of his pistol.


Saiga 12

The bartender (Roberto Fleites) tries to threaten Ray (Vitaliy Krivonos) with a Saiga 12, but Ray immediately disarms him.

Saiga-12 (IZ-108) - 12 gauge
The bartender grabs his gun...
...and aims it.
Ray holds bartender at gunpoint with his own gun.
The stock is seen from afar.
Ray removes the mag of the gun.



The Police Inspector (Anton Kolesov) fires a suppressed SR-25 at one point.

Knight's Armament SR-25 with suppressor and Harris bipod - 7.62x51mm NATO
The Police Inspector holds the rifle.
Inspector covers, rifle in hands.
Inspector fires. The dust cover remains closed the entire time, suggesting this weapon is a non-firing replica.
A closer view of the mag.
The Inspector raises his rifle again...
...and aims it.
A closer view of the suppressor.


Some clinic guards and Forsad troops carry AK-104s.

AK-104 - 7.62x39mm
A guard unslings his rifle...
...and goes to the gate with it.
Dan (Anton Taubin) leans his AK rifle on a chair.
A Forsad trooper (at the background) holds the rifle.


Most of the Forsad troops as well as several clinic guards carry AK-103s. Most of them are equipped with AKS-74 folding stocks, which were only seen on early rifles, so they are most likely older models fitted with new black furniture.

AK-103 with cleaning rod removed - 7.62x39mm
The guard holds the rifle.
The guard at the right puts his AK rifle near the wall.
The same guard holds his rifle while on duty.
An AK rifle is seen in the hands of Forsad troops.
The head guard (Roman Silvanovich) puts the rifle against the wall.
Forsad troops aim their rifles.
Forsad troops raise their AK rifles.
The rifles are aimed by Forsad troops.
Another view of the same scene.
The AK's muzzle is seen.

Saiga MK-03

Several clinic guards can be seen armed with the Saiga MK-03.

Saiga MK-03 with wood grip and handguard - 7.62x39mm
Two guards jokingly fight. The one at the left carries an AK rifle.
A better view of his rifle.
The same guard holds his rifle while on duty.
The guard aims his rifle.
A Forsad trooper raises the rifle.
The rifle is seen in the guard's hand.
A Forsad trooper holds the rifle, captured from a guard.

VSS Vintorez

The Forsad sniper (Evgeniy Pavlov) fires a VSS Vintorez at the film's climax.

VSS Vintorez with PSO-1 scope - 9x39mm
The Forsad sniper runs, rifle in hands.
The Forsad sniper aims his rifle.
A close up.


A Bren gun without a magazine is seen on a poster at one point.

Bren Mk1 (M) - .303 British. Simplified version with no grip or butt strap on the stock and with dovetail mount on the left side of the receiver deleted, and a slightly different flash hider
The poster (at the left) depicts a woman with the machine gun in hands.

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