Adam Driver Responds with Strong Language to Critic at Film Festival Q&A for “Ferrari”

At a recent screening of his latest film, “Ferrari,” Adam Driver engaged in a heated exchange with a film festival attendee during a post-movie Q&A session. The incident, captured in a now-viral video on the social media platform X, took place at the Camerimage Film Festival in Poland, known for its focus on cinematography.

In the video, an unidentified critic shares his opinion on the movie’s crash scenes, describing them as “drastic” and “cheesy.” The attendee then asks Driver for his thoughts on the matter. Seated at the front of the theater with a microphone, Driver responds bluntly, saying, “F**k you, I don’t know.” The audience reacts with a combination of gasps and laughter, prompting Driver to move on, stating, “Next question, please.”

The online response to Driver’s candid reaction has been largely supportive, with many social media users appreciating his direct response to what they perceive as a “rude” question. X user @CinemaJoe, quoting the video, commented, “Normalize this response to stupid Q&A questions.” Director Rian Johnson, known for “Knives Out,” responded with a simple “My man.”

Driver has been actively promoting “Ferrari” on a press tour, generating Oscar buzz since its debut at the Venice International Film Festival in August, where it received a six-minute standing ovation. The biopic, directed by Michael Mann, known for “Heat” and “The Last of the Mohicans,” narrates the life of Italian racing legend and car manufacturer Enzo Ferrari, based on Brock Yates’ 1991 biography.

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In addition to Adam Driver, the film features a star-studded cast, including Penelope Cruz, Shailene Woodley, Patrick Dempsey, and Noomi Rapace. Despite the recent controversy, “Ferrari” continues to garner attention for its portrayal of Enzo Ferrari’s life and achievements.