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Adam Driver couldn’t stand it in Toruń. Obscene words were spoken from the stage [WIDEO]


— What intrigued me about Enzo Ferrari was the way of thinking of a rally driver, a man under pressure. I am far from this in my life – he said in an interview with PAP Adam Driver, who promotes the film “Ferrari” at the Energa Camerimage festival in Toruń, directed by Michael Mann. The artist also received the Special Award for an Actor.

During the festival, you could take part in a meeting with the actor, which took place after the broadcast of the film with his participation.

During the Q&A section, the audience asked about the action scenes, which – according to the questioner – were “sharp and drastic”. One fan asked directly what Driver thought about the “cheesy”-looking car crash scenes.

Fuck you, I don’t know. Next question – replied the 39-year-old actor. His answer drew laughter from the audience.

According to one of the meeting participants, quoted, among others, According to the Daily Mail, Driver was said to be “bored and rude” and disappeared immediately after the interview, “spelling away” all the fans who were waiting for him that evening in Toruń.

However, the recording of the meeting shows that Driver answered the questions thoroughly and the panel took place in a relaxed atmosphere.

“Ferrari” is another film, after “House of Gucci”, in which Adam Driver plays an icon, the creator of a large company. In Ridley Scott’s painting, he portrayed Maurizio Gucci, who was the president of the family empire at the turn of the 1980s and 1990s. Michael Mann cast him in the role Enzo FerrariItalian rally driver, founder of the legendary racing and sports car factory.

The action of the story takes place in the 1950s, when the company begins to face bankruptcy. According to Enzo’s colleague Giacomo Cuoghi (played by Giuseppe Bonifati), the way to overcome the impasse is to win the Mille Miglia race and attract an external investor. Driven by ambition and persistence, Ferrari does not want to lose control of the company. The man is at a crossroads in life also due to family problems.


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