Hier nur zwei Kommentare. Mehr sollten wir uns hier nicht über eine links verbohrte "Journalistin" Gedanken machen, die wenn sie lieber dunkle homos als weisse Rennfahrer sieht, sich doch den dementspechenden Film ansehen soll.
11 days ago
What a surprise! Someone makes a historically accurate movie and some whiny "woke" parasitic puddle of vomit is offended. Have you tried fentanyl, you walking trashbag? You really should.
14 days ago
Give the girl a break, she just doesn’t understand feminism. Modern feminism truly has no grasp on reality anymore. True feminists, and I’ll call myself one, are not the least intimidated by a world filled with, how did she put it? Straight, white men. Nope! Because we walk in the door fearlessly knowing we can hold our own and EARN their respect. We don’t expect the respect to be given because we are women, and apparently just deserve it. We are willing to put up with the jokes, smart *** comments, attitudes and whatever else we encounter and we give it back in spades. I’ve spent years in the paddock, trackside at many of the world’s most famous races as a fan, a race official and a track marshal, I work in an automotive company populated by engineers, mostly men, and I’ve earned my respect. I wouldn’t even want it if someone just gave it to me because I’m a woman. I prefer to fight for it. THAT, my dear, is feminism.
PS - I haven’t seen the movie yet, but am dying to. Because racecars. I don’t care what color or gender the supporting roles are, I’m there for the cars and their history. Also, drop by a modern racetrack, Ms. Elliot and you will meet a lot of other women like me. Ones who did feminism right. We earned our way into the sport. It’s NOT just a man’s sport anymore. And those of us ladies that are there are fiercely proud of our sport AND it’s history