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Anxious Month of September (Trevozhnyy Mesyats Veresen), The
The Anxious Month of September (Trevozhnyy mesyats Veresen) is a 1976 Soviet action movie by Leonid Osyka.
The story takes place in September 1944 ("Veresen" is the Ukrainian word for September), in a Ukrainian village that is under attack from a gang of outlaws, bandits and former German collaborators. The Soviet soldier Ivan Kapelyukh (Viktor Fokin), who was born in this village, returns home when he was discharged after being wounded. Kapelyukh with his friends rises to defend the village.
The following weapons were used in the film The anxious month of September (Trevozhnyy mesyats Veresen):
In the opening scene Abrosimenko (Sergei Ivanov) shows his Tokarev TT-33 pistol to Ivan Kapelyukh (Viktor Fokin).
MP40 SMGs are used by Pepelenko (Boryslav Brondukov), Ivan Kapelyukh's friend, and several bandits, including their leader Gorely (Dmitri Mirgorodsky).
The PPSh-41 SMG with a 71-round drum magazine is used by the sailor Valerka (Ivan Gavrilyuk) in the final scene.
Mosin Nagant M1944 Carbine
In the opening scene of the movie Ivan Kapelyukh (Viktor Fokin) is armed with a Mosin Nagant M1944 Carbine. He later gives it to one of the villagers.
MG34 Machine Gun
The main weapon of Ivan Kapelyukh (Viktor Fokin) is the MG34. He uses it in several small shootouts and in the final scene.