Adam Driver fends off a question from an audience member during a screening of “Ferrari” at Poland’s Camerimage Film Festival.
“What do you think about the accident scenes? During a post-screening Q&A on Sunday, an audience member asked Driver, “They seemed very rough, tough and, I must say, mean to me.” “What do you think?”
The driver simply replied, “F— you, I don’t know? “next question.”
Driver attended the Cinematography-Oriented Film Festival to accept the special EnergaCamerimage award for an actor, as well as introduce “Ferrari”, one of the entries in the Camerimage main competition.
Driver plays Enzo Ferrari in Michael Mann’s biographical drama, which follows the life of the famous sports-car magnate in 1957 as his company prepares to enter the Mille Miglia, a 100-mile, open-road motorsport race. Is. Penelope Cruz, Shailene Woodley, Gabriel Leone, Sarah Gadon and Patrick Dempsey also star.
spoke to the driver in October Diversity Regarding getting behind the wheel of a modified “open-wheel single seater” for the film, he described the experience as “terrible”.
“It teleports you back in time and you realize that if you turn left or right wrong, you’re dead,” Driver explained. Diversity “Ferrari” at its North American premiere at the New York Film Festival. “Newer cars at least have seatbelts.”
Director Mann had several actors, including drivers, test driving contemporary Ferraris in pre-production.
“I wanted everyone to have the experience of driving these cars on the racetrack,” Mann told the audience at the morning NYFF press conference.
“Ferrari” will hit theaters on December 25.