On December 25, the movie about Enzo Ferrari will be shown in theaters. It was made by Michael Mann and is based on a book by Brock Yates. It stars Adam Driver as Ferrari.
With little or no speech, the series of shots show a man on the edge, with strong feelings, as he and those around him deal with the intensity of a fast-paced life before the dangerous Mille Miglia, a 1,000-mile race across.
With little or no dialogue, the series of shots show a guy on the edge, with strong feelings, as he and those around him try to deal with the intensity of a fast-paced life before the dangerous 1,000-mile Mille Miglia race across Italy.
Adam Driver’s ‘Ferrari’ Trailer Reveals His Mission of Securing His Company
The first look at Adam Driver, Penélope Cruz, and Shailene Woodley in Michael Mann’s fiery race movie Ferrari came from the magazine Neon. Based on Brock Yates’s book Enzo Ferrari: The Man, the Cars, the Races, and the Machine, the highly anticipated film (which is on THR chief film critic David Rooney’s Top 10 list) follows Ferrari during the summer of 1957, as the former Formula 1 racer who built his own factory and started the Ferrari brand.
But the nearly 1.5-minute trailer, which came out the day before the film opened at the Venice Film Festival, shows that Ferrari’s image is in trouble. He and his wife, Laura (Cruz), started a business together 10 years ago, but it’s about to fail.
Ferrari has a hard time dealing with the death of his son Dino and the birth of his other son Piero with his lover Lina Lardi. With little or no speech, the series of shots show a man on the edge, with strong feelings, as he and the people around him deal with the intensity of a fast-paced life before the dangerous 1,000-mile Mille Miglia race across Italy.
Troy Kennedy Martin wrote the story for Neon, which also stars Patrick Dempsey as driver Piero Taruffi, Jack O’Connell as driver Peter Collins, Sarah Gadon as Linda Christian, and Gabriel Leone as Fon de Portago. Mann collaborates on projects with P.J. van Sandwijk, Marie Savare, John Lesher, Thomas Hayslip, John Friedberg, Laura Rister, Andrea lervolino, Monika Bacardi, Gareth West, Lars Sylvest, and Thorsten Schumacher.
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