|September Eleven 1683
Polish movie poster
Film Commission Torino-Piemonte
Martinelli Film Company International
||Monolith Films (Poland)|
01 Distribution (Italy)
September Eleven 1683 (also known as The Day of the Siege: September Eleven 1683) is a 2012 Polish-Italian historical war drama, directed by Renzo Martinelli and based on the real historical events. This movie was filmed in English, the Polish title is Bitwa pod Wiedniem, the Italian is 11 Settembre 1683.
The following weapons were used in the film September Eleven 1683:
King John III Sobieski (Jerzy Skolimowski) and several Polish soldiers fires Flintlock Pistol at the film climax.
British Heavy Dragoon Pistol - .62 caliber
King John III Sobieski (Jerzy Skolimowski) with the pistol.
King John III Sobieski (Jerzy Skolimowski) aims. Flintlock is seen.
Several Austrian soldiers were armed with the Wheellock Muskets.
Wheellock Arquebus (17th Century)
Perfect view of the wheellock.
Varios Austrian and Holy Roman soldiers can be seen with the Matchlock Muskets.
European Matchlock musket.
Soldiers with the musket at the right.
Perfect view of the matchlock.
Jezail musket is the standart firearm of Ottoman soldiers.
Unknown Long Guns
At the one moment, several Austrian soldiers carry an unknown long guns. It's seems more modern, that other firearms and may be Brown Bess, Charleville or other but it's hard to make clear ID.
Austrian, Polish and Ottoman armies uses smoothbore muzzleload cannons.
Austrian defenders of the Vienna near the cannons. Marco d'Aviano (F. Murray Abraham
) at the center-left.
Polish soldiers transpores the cannons.