(DETROIT) -- Ryan Gosling's crime thriller Drive has won much acclaim from critics and moviegoers alike, but one of them clearly isn't Sarah Deming of Keego Harbor, Mich.
Detroit’s WDIV-TV reports that Deming is suing the film's producers because there wasn't enough driving in it.
In the movie, Gosling plays a movie stuntman who earns extra money by being a "wheel man" for criminals and others, but who gets involved with a vicious gangster.
Deming's suit against FilmDistrict and the Michigan theater group Emagine says the companies are "falsely advertising" the film as being -- in her opinion -- "very similar to the Fast and the Furious, and similar series of movies," and "Drive bore very little similarity to a chase or race action film."
Deming also claims the movie is anti-Semitic. She is hoping to turn the legal action into a class action suit so others who felt misled by movie trailers can file suit.
Producers have not yet responded.
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