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I Can Quit Whenever I Want - Ad Honorem

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I Can Quit Whenever I Want - Ad Honorem
Directed bySydney Sibilia
Produced byDomenico Procacci, Matteo Rovere
Written bySydney Sibilia, Francesca Manieri, Luigi Di Capua
  • Edoardo Leo
  • Giampaolo Morelli
  • Libero De Rienzo
  • Pietro Sermonti
  • Luigi Lo Cascio
  • Neri Marcorè
  • Greta Scarano
  • Valeria Solarino
CinematographyVladan Radovic
Edited byGianni Vezzosi
Fandango, Groenlandia, Rai Cinema
Release date
Running time
102 minutes
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Smetto quando voglio - Ad honorem (I Can Quit Whenever I Want - Ad honorem) is a 2017 movie directed by Sydney Sibilia, published the same year as its prequel Smetto Quando Voglio - Masterclass (I Can quit Whenever I Want - Masterclass) it's the last film on the Smetto Quando Voglio ( I Can Quit Whenever I Want)[1] Saga.


Final act[2] of the "Smetto quando voglio" trilogy directed by Sydney Sibilia. Locked behind the bars of Rebibbia prison, our band anti-heroes led by Pietro Zinni (Edoardo Leo) are plotting to evade and foil the treacherous plans of Walter Mercurio (Luigi Lo Cascio), scheming for a massacre. But who's this new Villain and what's his plan? Pietro is the first to acknowledge it: Sopox (a drug the band syntetized) formula is actually a potent nerve gas. To defeat this evil they will settle differences, find new allies in old enemies like the crimelord "Er Murena" (Neri Marcorè) and anticipate Mercurio's moves.


  • Edoardo Leo: Pietro Zinni
  • Giampaolo Morelli: Lucio Napoli
  • Valerio Aprea: Mattia Argeri
  • Stefano Fresi: Alberto Petrelli
  • Libero De Rienzo: Bartolomeo Bonelli
  • Lorenzo Lavia: Giorgio Sironi
  • Pietro Sermonti: Andrea De Sanctis
  • Paolo Calabresi: Arturo Frantini
  • Marco Bonini: Giulio Bolle
  • Rosario Lisma: Vittorio
  • Luigi Lo Cascio: Walter Mercurio
  • Marco Pancrazi: Uomo Mercurio
  • Neri Marcorè: Claudio Felici "Er Murena"
  • Greta Scarano: Paola Coletti
  • Valeria Solarino: Giulia
  • Francesco Acquaroli: Commissario Galatro
  • Guglielmo Poggi: Maurizio
  • Peppe Barra: Direttore del carcere di Rebibbia
  • Giusy Buscemi: Alice Gentili


In 2016 director Sydney Sibilia confirmed the start of film shooting. The budget for this sequel of I Can Quit Whenever I Want was 12 million eruos


The movie was distributed in italian theaters from 30 november 2017 in 400 copies by 01 Distribution


  1. Dennis Harvey (Jenuary 14, 2015). "Review: 'I Can Quit Whenever I Want'". Variety. Retrieved 29 June 2019. Check date values in: |date= (help)
  2. "I Can Quit Whenever I Want - ad honorem". Film Italia. Retrieved June 29, 2019.

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