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Remember (2015)

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Theatrical release poster
Country Canada CAN.jpg
Directed by Atom Egoyan
Release Date 2015
Language English
Studio Serendipity Point Films
Distant Horizon
Detalle Films
Egoli Tossell Pictures
Téléfilm Canada
Distributor A24
Main Cast
Character Actor
Zev Guttman Christopher Plummer
Max Rosenbaum Martin Landau
Rudy Kurlander #4 Jürgen Prochnow
John Kurlander Dean Norris
Rudy Kurlander #1 Bruno Ganz

Remember is a 2015 Canadian thriller-drama film. The film stars Christopher Plummer as Zev Guttman, an Auschwitz survivor suffering from dementia who, with the aid of fellow survivor Max Rosenbaum (Martin Landau), goes on a trip to find and kill the German officer who was responsible for the death of his family in the camp. The film received a South Korean remake in 2022.

The following weapons were used in the film Remember (2015):


Glock 17

Zev Guttman (Christopher Plummer) ends up purchasing a Glock 17 from the gun store in Ohio. John Kurlander (Dean Norris) also carries one as a sidearm. In one scene, Zev's bag containing the Glock 17 is inspected by a security guard in Idaho. Although Zev is initially nervous at the guard finding the gun, Idaho is a permitless carry state, so the guard instead reacts positively and states that the Glock "reminds me of my first gun" before sending him on his way.

Glock 17 (Gen 2) - 9x19mm
Gun Shop Owner: "This is a nine-millimeter Glock 17".
Zev: "Glock? It is... German, no?"
Gun Shop Owner: "Well, you're in the right neighborhood- manufactured in Austria".
The Gun Shop Owner (James Cade) selling Zev Guttman a Glock 17.
A confused Zev Guttman (Christopher Plummer) in a motel room inspecting his Glock 17.
Zev Guttman leaves his Glock 17 on the seat of the bus when he gets off to clear customs at the Canadian border.
Idaho State Trooper John Kurlander (Dean Norris) with a Glock visible in his holster.
Zev (Christopher Plummer) aiming the Glock at John.

Kimar Lady K

The Gun Shop Owner (James Cade) shows Zev a nickel Kimar Lady K as an example of small carry weapon. According to dialogue, it is chambered in .22 LR and likely meant to represent a .22 LR Walther PPK.

Kimar Lady K nickel - 8mm PAK
"In my opinion, you might as well get yourself a BB gun if you get a .22. Look, I'm not trying to give you the hard sell, but $500 more, you can get yourself a gun with real stopping power."
The Gun Shop Owner (James Cade) explaining the disadvantage of .22 caliber as a self-defense weapon to Zev Guttman (Christopher Plummer). The pistol appears to be a two-tone Kimar Lady K, but the view is not perfect.


Gun Store

The gun store in Ohio contains numerous firearms (most of which are likely airsoft/replicas).

"We got everything. SIG-Sauers, 1911s, Glocks, single-action, double-action."
Multiple firearms are seen in the gun store. The left side has racks with multiple Winchester Model 1894s, AK-47s with Romanian-style wooden foregrips, multiple M1 Garands, several unidentifiable rifles and shotguns, and a few M14-style rifles. In the corridor behind the owner are two SA80 series rifles, a TAR-21, and a two full-sized Uzis.
The pistol case contains at least one SIG-Sauer P226 and Colt Single Action Army along with multiple other pistols and revolvers. To the owner's left is a large-caliber rifle of some sort.
Behind the Gun Shop Owner are more M1 Garands and an AK, several 20" barrel AR-15-style rifles, and several StG 58-style FN FALs.

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