Passers-by are taking photos and looking perplexedly at the cordon fenced Soviet monument in Kalvin Square, opposite the glass palace building. The statue is ugly, too close for comfort to Corvin köz and, as passers-by told the [origo] reporter, one Soviet monument in the city is enough!
Their confusion is understandable. As there is no inscription on the monument, most people do not know that it has only been erected for Bruce Willis”s new film, A good day to die hard, the story of which is set in Moscow.
Some people did not even know who Bruce Willis was.
Translated from Origo.hu
Translated text edited and proofread by Paul St Pierre.
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