The ... Beautiful Country (il ... Belpaese)
The ... Beautiful Country (original title il ... Belpaese) is a 1977 Italian parody directed by Luciano Salce. Guido Belardinelli (Paolo Villaggio), after many years of working on an oil rig in Kuwait returned to Italy, where he plans to open a watch market. However, returns to a completely different country, than they once abandoned. He returns to the middle of the 70´, who is the peak of political instability, extremism and crime.
The following weapons can be seen in The ... Beautiful Country (il ... Belpaese):
Beretta Model 70
Man on the street shows Guido the way with a Beretta Model 70 pistol in his hand.
A cop and also a robber are seen with a Beretta M951 pistol.
The robber, who holds a Walther P38 pistol in his hand, is lost in a cloud of tear gas.
Smith & Wesson Model 29
A watchmaker defended their trade with a Smith & Wesson Model 29 revolver in his hand.
Criminals use in the film Beretta M12 submachine guns.
One of the fleeing bank robbers carries a FNA-B 43 submachine gun in his hand.
M1 Garand rifle
Carabinieri attacks at the protesters are also equipped with a M1 Garand rifles.