ROME – It is he, Dan Friedkin, the next new Texan owner of Rome, who pilots the Spitfire of the Second World War in the final scene of the Christopher Nolan film "Dunkirk".
We always talk about landing. There, that of the Allies in Normandy who overturned the destinies of a Europe at the feet of Hitler. Here always the Americans who change hands the Giallorossi team.
Among the private passions of Dan, married and father of 4 children, there is certainly that for aviation: in fact, he has one of the largest collections of warplanes in the United States. And indeed the production of Nolan's film rented them from him.
While on the sports front he had already shown interest in becoming a manager of a company in 2017, when he tried unsuccessfully to buy the NBA franchise of the Houston Rockets. (source La Repubblica)
Source: Blitz Quotidiano