Karbala is a 2015 Polish war film, directed by Krzysztof Łukaszewicz. It dramatizes the Defense of the Karbala City Hall, an engagement during the Iraq War in 2004. 40 Polish and 40 Bulgarian soldiers find themselves under siege by a large force composed of Mahdi Army militants, leading to a defense of the city hall of the Iraqi city of Karbala.
The following weapons were used in the film Karbala:
The guerrilla leader uses a Glock 17.
One of the guerrillas is armed with an IMI Uzi.
Most of the guerrillas are armed with the AK-47.
Bulgarian Special Forces operatives are armed with the AKMS, as are Iraqi police officers.
wz. 89 Onyks
The guerrilla leader uses a wz. 89 Onyks.
wz. 96 Beryl
One of the Polish soldiers is armed with a railed wz. 96A Beryl fitted with what appears to be an EOTech 512 or 552 holographic sight.
One of the guerrillas is armed with an SVD Dragunov.
Several Polish soldier are armed with PKMs. PKMs are also mounted on pintle mounts of Polish vehicles.
A young guerrilla is armed with an RPG-7.
SPG-9 recoilless rifle
The SPG-9 recoilless rifle is the standard anti-materiel firearm of the Polish Army.