|The Shore of Salvation|
Moder Russian DVD Cover
Ryu Ho Son
||Korea February 8 Film Studio|
Gorky Film Studios
The Shore of Salvation (Russian: Берег спасения; Bereg spaseniya, Korean 구원의 기슭; Kuon kisyl) is a 1990 Soviet-North Korean action adventure movie.
Note: This movie exist in three versions: Korean language, Russian language two-part TV and Russian language single part movie. The last one was used.
The following weapons were used in the film Shore of Salvation (Bereg spaseniya), The:
WARNING! THIS PAGE CONTAINS SPOILERS!
Lieutenant Dyakonov (Dmitry Matveev) carries Nagant M1895 throughout the movie. Several Japanese mercenaries also uses similar Nagants.
Nagant M1895 Revolver - 7.62x38R Nagant. This example was dated 1939 manufacture and was a War time issued weapon. Note the angular front sight which was used from 1930s.
Lieutenant Dyakonov with the holstered Nagant.
Japanese mercenary puts his hand on the grip of his holstered sidearm (pointed by the red arrow).
The same mercenary draws his revolver.
The same mercenary in ambush, revolver in hands.
Mercenaries with the revolvers.
Mercenaries draws their revolvers...
One-eyed mercenary brandishes his revolver (pointed by the red arrow).
Lieutenant Dyakonov draws his Nagant.
Lieutenant Dyakonov brandishes the Nagant.
Lieutenant Dyakonov fires his Nagant at the final shootout.
Type 94 pistol
At least one of the Japanese mercenaries can be seen armed with the Type 94 pistol.
Japanese Type 94 Pistol - 8x22mm Nambu
Mercenary draws his pistol (pointed by the red arrow).
A slightly other view of the slide.
The same mercenary aims the pistol (pointed by the red arrow).
A slightly other perspective.
The same mercenary runs, pistol in hands.
A more close view of his pistol.
Harata (Kwak Men So) uses Star Ruby at the a few scene.
Harata holds his pistol after firing it.
Harata fires his pistol in aimr.
Harata runs, pistol in hands.
Harata draws his pistol...
A slightly other view of Harata's pistol.
Harata holds the pistol after it runs of ammo.
Arisaka Type 99
Near all of Japanese mercenaries were armed with the Arisaka Type 99s.
Lieutenant Dyakonov (Dmitry Matveev), Semyon Nikulin (Boris Nevzorov), Ivan Myakota (Aleksandr Slastin), Oles Dobrysh (Vitaliy Serov) and Yu Chun (Ri Yong-ho) captures a few this guns.
Arisaka Type 99 short rifle - 7.7x58mm
Mercenaries aim their rifles.
A good view of the rifle wielding mercenaries.
Yu Chun fires captured rifle.
Lieutenant Dyakonov fires captured rifle.
Ivan Myakota fires his rifle.
Another view of Dyakonov's rifle.
Semyon Nikulin charges captured rifle.
Oles Dobrysh fires the rifle.
Ivan Myakota fires captured rifle.
Ivan Myakota and Semyon Nikulin with the rifles on the slings.
Yu Chun with the rifle on the sling.
Mosin Nagant M91/30
Barame (Lee Sol Hi), Yu Chun (Ri Yong-ho) and several peasants carry Mosin Nagant M91/30s, mocked-up as muskets throughout the movie.
Full-length, Soviet Mosin Nagant M91/30 - 7.62x54mm R
Barame with the rifle on the sling.
A buttstock of his rifle is seen.
Barame grabs her rifle...
...and hangs it on her shoulder.
Barame with the rifle on the sling.
Numerous peasants, include Elder (Cho Jae-Yong) can be seen armed with the rather crudely made Tanegashima-style matchlock muskets. At the firing scenes, this guns turns to Mosin-Nagants.
Short-barrelled "Tanegashima" matchlock arquebus at the Ako Temple museum
Barame grabs the gun from peasant.
Peasant holds the gun at the background. Note the rather crude barrel bands.
The gun (pointed by the red arrow) in peasant's hands is seen.
Peasant holds the gun. Note the curved buttstock.
Another peasant with the gun on the sling. Noe the curved buttstock as well.
Peasant holds the gun. Note the matchlock (pointed by the red arrow).
A slightly other view of his gun.
The Elder aims his gun. The matchlock is pointed by the red arrow.
The Elder runs, gun in hands.