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You can meet Terence Hill in Hungary soon

You can meet Terence Hill in Hungary soon

Index reports that the Italian film star Terence Hill is coming to Hungary for the promotion of his new film, My name is Thomas. The actor announced his 20 September arrival on Facebook in Hungarian.

Terence Hill directed My Name is Thomas, portrays the lead, and has also written the film’s script. According to the production’s IMDb page, it will be a drama that guides viewers through Thomas’ self-discovery in the Spanish deserts. The film’s distributor shared a little more about the plot: Thomas sets off in Italy to find himself on his Harley Davidson, eventually ending up in Spain. You will not miss the fights that are characteristic of his films, that is all we know at the moment.

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The message he wrote to his Hungarian fans is the following:

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Dear Hungarians,
I am arriving in Hungary on the 20th of September to promote my new film, My Name is Thomas. You can meet me at several locations, which will soon be posted to the Romis Mozi’s Facebook page. I cannot wait to meet you all.
Hungary, I am coming!

He has also shared the film’s Hungarian trailer, from which you can see that the film will resemble the atmosphere of the classic Bud Spencer-Terence Hill films.

Have you seen the Terminator cycling around Budapest?

Terence Hill is of Italian origins and his real name is actually Mario Girotti. Hungarians have a very special spot in their hearts for the 79-years-old actor along with his friend and screen partner, Bud Spencer.

Featured image: www.facebook.com/terencehillofficial

Source: index.hu

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