The Tourist is a 2010 romantic thriller that stars Johnny Depp as Frank Tupelo, an American tourist in Italy, who crosses paths with a beautiful English woman named Elise (Angelina Jolie), who is being pursued by the authorities. The film, which was a remake of the 2005 French thriller Anthony Zimmer, co-stars Paul Bettany, Steven Berkoff, and Timothy Dalton.
The following weapons were used in the film The Tourist:
All of Reginald Shaw's (Steven Berkoff) henchmen use the Beretta 93R as their primary firearm in the film. One of Shaw's men wields a suppressed 93R during the hotel scene in Venice.
One of Shaw's men cocks his Beretta before entering Frank's hotel room.
The assassin tries to fire at Frank.
One of Shaw's men fires his Beretta at Frank Tupelo (Johnny Depp
) in Venice.
Sgt. Cerato (Alessio Boni) carries a Glock 17 as his sidearm, altough it is only seen once in the entire film.
Glock 17 (2nd Generation) - 9x19mm
Sgt. Cerato holds his Glock 17. Note the two Guardia di Finanza
officers to the sides of the screen, carrying a Beretta 84
as issued sidearm.
Inspector John Acheson (Paul Bettany) carries a two-tone SIG-Sauer P228 as his sidearm in the film. He uses it near the end of the film to shoot out a lock. One of the police officers near the end of the film also holds a black SIG-Sauer P228.
Two-tone SIG-Sauer P228 - 9x19mm
Acheson runs with the P228 in hand.
The officer holds the P228.
Guardia di Finanza officers correctly use Beretta PM12S as issued submachine guns.
Beretta PM12S with stock closed - 9x19mm
Sgt. Cerato (Alessio Boni) chambers a Steyr Scout compact sniper rifle at one point in the film.
Steyr Scout - 7.62x51mm NATO
Cerato chambers his rifle.
Accuracy International Arctic Warfare
All of the snipers during the climax use Accuracy International Arctic Warfare sniper rifles.
Accuracy International AW - 7.62x51mm NATO
The lead sniper aims his AW sniper rifle.
The lead sniper attaches a video recording system to his high-tech scope.
The snipers aim their rifles.
One of the snipers takes a bead on Frank.