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Brat 2 poster.

Movie (2000)
Russian title: Брат 2
English title: Brother 2

Starring:
Sergey Bodrov (Danila Bagrov)
Viktor Sukhorukov (Viktor Bagrov)
Alexander Dyachenko (Konstantin Gromov, Dmitry Gromov)
Sergey Makovetsky (Valentin Belkin)
Kirill Pirogov (Ilya Setevoy)
Darya Yurgens (Dasha / Marylin)
Gary Houston (Richard Mennis)
Irina Saltykova (herself)
Ray Toler (Ben Johnson)

Danila Bagrov and his brother Viktor go to USA to avenge the death of Danila’s military friend and help friend’s twin brother, an NHL player, whose earnings were appropriated by an evil American magnate involved into organized crime.

Airbus A310-304

Registration VP-BAG, s/n 475 is shown taking off at Moscow-Sheremetyevo International Airport (SVO/UUEE), supposedly carrying Viktor Bagrov to Chicago.

Reg. VP-BAG Airbus A310-304 of Aeroflot.

All cabin scenes were also filmed inside an Airbus A310.

Economy class of Airbus A310 of Aeroflot.
Economy class of Airbus A310 of Aeroflot.
Business class of Airbus A310 of Aeroflot.

Ilyushin Il-96-300

A parked Ilyushin Il-96-300 can be seen behind A310 in the take-off scene.

Il-96-300 of Aeroflot can be seen behind A310

Boeing 737-4M0

The next scene shows the departure of Danila Bagrov to New York, the plane shown is Aeroflot’s Boeing 737-4M0 registered VP-BAJ (s/n 29203, l/n 3049). This is a factual mistake, as the range of this aircraft would not allow for a non-stop flight from Moscow to New York.

Reg. VP-BAJ Boeing 737-4M0 of Aeroflot.

Unknown aircraft

The window view in Chicago departure scene (which was filmed somewhere else, as airport does not look like ORD or MDW) shows a shadow of an aircraft with rear-mounted engines.

Unknown aircraft shadow in lower left corner

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