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Wild Target (Cible émouvante)
Wild Target (original title Cible émouvante) is a 1993 French crime comedy directed by Pierre Salvadori. Victor Meynard (Jean Rochefort), a professional killer, gets a contract on young woman Renée Dandrieux (Marie Trintignant) who cheated a Corsican mobster, selling him a fake Rembrandt painting. But events turns in a very strange way...
In 2009 the film was remade in UK.
The following weapons were used in the film Wild Target (Cible émouvante):
Jericho 941 R
Victor Meynard (Jean Rochefort) owns two Jericho 941 R pistols. He uses one of these pistols with sound suppressor; the other one he gives to his apprentice Antoine (Guillaume Depardieu). Victor's pistol is twice taken from him, once by Manu (Serge Riaboukine) in the scene in parking, and another time by Hector Dremyan (Charlie Nelson) in the final scene.
A SIG-Sauer pistol, supposedly a SIG-Sauer P226, is used by Manu (Serge Riaboukine), the henchman of the Corsican mobster. In the scene in bathroom Manu is disarmed by Antoine (Guillaume Depardieu) who uses this pistol himself.
In one scene Antoine (Guillaume Depardieu) tried blindfolded to assemble Taurus PT92 pistol.
In the final scene Tony (Philippe Girard), Dremyan's assistant, carries a Walther P1. Tony's pistol is then used by Antoine (Guillaume Depardieu).
In the scene in parking Barnabe (Philippe Harel), second henchman of the Corsican mobster, is armed with some pistol that is later taken by Antoine (Guillaume Depardieu). The pistol is supposed to be a Desert Eagle and it's nickel plated rather than blued.
Smith & Wesson 745
Hector Dremyan (Charlie Nelson) is armed with a Smith & Wesson 745 pistol. In the final scene he gives it to Victor Meynard (Jean Rochefort).
Mle 1892 Revolver
In one scene Renée (Marie Trintignant) finds an Mle 1892 Revolver that belonged to Victor Meynard's father. The revolver is later taken from her by Tony (Philippe Girard) and seen in hands of Hector Dremyan (Charlie Nelson) in the final scene.
A Mossberg 500 with sawn-off stock is used by Madame Meynard (Patachou), Victor's mother, in several scenes.
A .22 caliber semi auto Gevarm E1 rifle with sniper scope is used by Victor Meynard (Jean Rochefort) in one scene.