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Mea Culpa is a French 2014 action movie directed by Fred Cavayé. Simon (Vincent Lindon) and Franck (Gilles Lellouche) were both police detectives and close friends. Once Simon, driving drunk, causes a car incident with calualities, so he was fired from police. Six years later Simon's ten yars old son Theo becomes a whitness of a gangster murder. Gangsters start a hunt for the boy, and Simon with the help of his old buddy has to do all to save his son.
The following weapons were used in the film Mea Culpa:
Smith & Wesson Model 586
Andrei (Gilles Bellomi) uses a snub nose Smith & Wesson Model 586 revolver to commit several murders. When Simon steals several handguns in armoury in security company, he takes a pair of identical revolvers but doesn't use them in action. They appear to be Model 586s with 4" barrel.
Simon (Vincent Lindon) uses a Beretta M9A1 during the shootouts in the night club and in the train.
Andrei (Gilles Bellomi) uses a Beretta 92FS during the shootouts in the night club and in train.
Franck's (Gilles Lellouche) sidearm is a Glock 17. Simon (Vincent Lindon) carries a Glock in a flashback scene of his police service.
Milan (Velibor Topic) and most of his men use CZ 75B pistols.
In one scene a police officer holds a SIG-Sauer P228.
Heckler & Koch MP5K (replica)
Milan's henchmen use Heckler & Koch MP5K SMGs in several scenes. These SMGs appear to be airsoft or some other non-firing replicas as they are seen very close when firing, and no parts move, and no spend cartridges eject.
During the shootout in the night club a local bouncer (François Bredon) uses a pump action shotgun, possibly a Mossberg 500.