Mirror Wars: Reflection One

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Mirror Wars: Reflection One movie poster

Movie (2005)

Aleksandr Efimov (Alexei Kedrov)
Olga Yakovtseva (Aziza)
Armand Assante (York)
Rutger Hauer (Mysterious Man)
Malcolm McDowell (Murdock)

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Sukhoi Su-35UB

The Sabre-toothed Sukhoi Su-XX was played by the Sukhoi Su-35UB 4+ generation fighter.

Sukhoi Su-XX Sabre-toothed

Mil Mi-24PK-1

An Mi-24PK-1 - a night operations upgrade to the Mi-24P "Hind-F" - appears early in the film.


Mil Mi-8MTYu

An Mi-8MTYu appears in an action sequence dropping off troops, then stolen by Murdock (Malcolm McDowell). This is a real Mi-8 modification used for detection of re-entry vehicles and small surface targets. Only one was built and previously used by the Ukrainian Air Force.


Mil Mi-24P

A standard production Mi-24P (NATO "Hind-F") accompanies the Mi-8MTYu in the same action sequence.


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