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Zero Tolerance (1999)
Zero Tolerance is a Swedish action-thriller, starring Jakob Eklund as Sergeant Johan Falk of the Gothenburg police, former member of the Swedish special forces. Johan Falk saves a little girl on Christmas Eve, and becomes a local hero. He is then drawn into a stream of events by a local gangster, where he becomes the accused himself. With no other choice, he goes beyond the law to uncover the truth, and to clear his name. Zero Tolerance would spawn fourteen sequels about Johan Falk, the most recent released in 2012.
The following weapons were used in the film Zero Tolerance (1999):
Sergeant Johan Falk (Jakob Eklund), Sergeant Anja Månsdottir (Jacqueline Ramel), and Sergeant Peter Kroon (Fredrik Dolk) all carry the SIG-Sauer P228 as their sidearm throughout the film. Gothengurg police officers are also seen armed with SIG-Sauer P228s. Falk is most notably seen wielding his SIG in the beginning of the film. One of Leo Gaut's (Peter Andersson) thugs also carries a P228 as his sidearm.
There's a scene at the beginning of the movie where Sergeant Falk's and Sergeant Månsdottir's sidearms are seen in there holsters where they are clearly SIG-Sauer P226s, the big brother of the P228. During the climax there is also a scene where Sergeant Anja Månsdottir's P228 switches back and forth with a P226.
Leo Gaut (Peter Andersson) retrieves a Glock 26 from a stash after he decides to take out a witness. He is most notably seen wielding it during the climax. After the cops arrive on scene, he places the Glock in one of his thugs' hand.
Smith & Wesson 4006
One of Leo Gaut's henchmen uses a Smith & Wesson 4006 as his sidearm. It is most notably seen when Gaut's crew is intimidating the witnesses.
Smith & Wesson Revolver
A Russian gangster working for Leo Gaut uses a Smith & Wesson revolver, model unknown, with adjustable rear sights and no front sight during the diamond heist in the beginning and the ensuing shootout. Leo Gaut (Peter Andersson) also grabs the revolver and accidentally shoots a by-stander, while trying to shoot Sergeant Falk (Jakob Eklund).
- Executive Protection - the sequel to this film, and the second in a trilogy
- The Third Wave - the second sequel, and the last of the original Johan Falk trilogy