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Gruz 200 poster.

Movie (2007)
Russian title: Груз 200
English title: Cargo 200

Starring:
Agnyia Kuznetsova (Anzhelika)
Alexey Poluyan (captain Zhurov)
Leonid Gromov (Artyom Kazakov, professor of scientific atheism)
Leonid Bichevin (Valera, young fartsovshchik)
Alexey Serebryakov (Alexey Belov, former convict)
Natalya Akimova (Antonina, Alexey’s wife)

A young girl is kidnapped by a pervert murderer who works as a police captain.

Ilyushin Il-76

Filmed in Pskov Airport (PKV/ULOO). Main aircraft is Il-76MD registration RA-78764 (s/n 0083486586). The aircraft on the very right is RA-86045 (s/n 093418564), the one right behind it is RA-86022 (s/n 083413417). As the movie was set in 1984, the scene was digitally altered to replace Russian flags painted on aircraft fins with red Soviet flags. The “RA” registration prefix on the leftmost aircraft was replaced with “SU”, which was a goof, as Soviet aircraft had registration prefix “CCCP”.

Ilyushin Il-76.

Another Il-76 is behind police car.

Ilyushin Il-76.

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