"F--- you, I don't know? Next question," Adam Driver told an audience member after they said some scenes in 'Ferrari' were "cheesy for me"
Adam Driver got testy with an audience member at a Ferrari screening.
On Sunday, a video on X (formerly known as Twitter) circulated showing Driver, 39, answering questions from audience members following a recent screening of his new movie at Poland's Camerimage Film Festival.
In the video, an audience member can be heard asking Driver for his thoughts on how the movie depicts car crashes. The audience member says one scene in question "looked harsh, rustic, and I must say, cheesy for me," before asking Driver, "What do you think?"
"F--- you, I don't know," Driver responds. "Next question."
A representative for Driver did not immediately respond to PEOPLE's request for comment Monday.
Driver stars as Ferrari founder Enzo Ferrari in Ferrari, directed by Michael Mann, in a cast that also includes Patrick Dempsey, Penélope Cruz, Shailene Woodley, Jack O'Connell, Sarah Gadon and Gabriel Leone. The film meets the motorsports icon in 1957, when Ferrari "is in crisis," according to an official synopsis for the movie.
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Driver previously appeared alongside Mann, 80, and Dempsey, 57, at the Venice Film Festival in September for the movie's world premiere. At a press conference for the movie, Driver shared that while Dempsey, who got to drive vehicles during filming for his role as Ferrari racer athlete Piero Taruffi, the production "wouldn't let [Driver] drive the cars for insurance reasons."
"As I said before, making a movie is a miracle and they don’t want me touching the thing that’s the most expensive part," he said during that press conference. "I don’t drive the cars, except in pre-production we raced Ferraris — obviously, newer Ferraris, can’t afford the other ones. And then at the beginning, I’m not driving that one, it’s on a dolly."
"Again, they don’t trust me with small pieces of equipment. Big pieces of equipment like sandwiches, they will let me handle," Driver joked at the time.
Ferrari is in theaters this Christmas.
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