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I Can Quit Whenever I Want Masterclass

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I Can Quit Whenever I Want Masterclass
Directed bySydney Sibilia
Produced byDomenico Procacci, Matteo Rovere
Written bySydney Sibilia, Francesca Manieri, Luigi Di Capua
  • Edoardo Leo
  • Libero De Rienzo
  • Pietro Sermonti
  • Giampaolo Morelli
  • Luigi Lo Cascio
  • Greta Scarano
  • Valeria Solarino
CinematographyVladan Radovic
Edited byGianni Vezzosi
Fandango, Groenlandia, Rai Cinema
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Smetto quando voglio - Masterclass (I Can Quit Whenever I Want - Masterclass) is a 2017 film directed by Sydney Sibilia, midquel of 2014 Smetto quando voglio (I Can Quit Whenever I Want)[1]


The second Chapter of the "I Can Quit Whenever I Want" Saga[2] begins at the end of the first movie. It follows a new adventure where, in exchange for a clean criminal record, the gang is asked by an ambitious police inspector Paola Coletti (Greta Scarano) to collaborate, in secret, with the police in order to halt the rapid spread of new drugs. Pietro Agrees but only if he can have the backup of three new members: the anathomist involved in clandestine Muay Thai matches Marco Bonini, the engineer gun seller Gianpaolo Morelli and the lawyer specialized in canon law Rosario Lisma.


In november 2015 Fandango and Groenlandia started the production of two movie sequels. In 2016 the director Syndney Sibilia confirmed the start of film shooting. Smetto Quando Voglio Masterclass ( I Can Quit Whenever I Want Masterclass) buget was 12 million euros


  • Edoardo Leo: Pietro Zinni
  • Valerio Aprea: Mattia Argeri
  • Stefano Fresi: Alberto Petrelli
  • Paolo Calabresi: Arturo Frantini
  • Libero De Rienzo: Bartolomeo Bonelli
  • Lorenzo Lavia: Giorgio Sironi
  • Pietro Sermonti: Andrea De Sanctis
  • Marco Bonini: Giulio Bolle
  • Rosario Lisma: Vittorio
  • Giampaolo Morelli: Lucio Napoli
  • Luigi Lo Cascio: Walter Mercurio
  • Greta Scarano: Paola Coletti
  • Valeria Solarino: Giulia
  • Francesco Acquaroli: Commissario Galatro
  • Giusy Buscemi: Alice Gentili
  • Raniero Monaco di Lapio: Fabio
  • Emanuel Bevilacqua: Detenuto Spartaco
  • Claudio Corinaldesi: Isp. Spinelli


  1. Dennis Harvey (January 14, 2015). "Review: 'I Can Quit Whenever I Want'". Variety. Retrieved 29 June 2019.
  2. "I Can Quit Whenever i Want - Masterclass". Cineuropa. Retrieved June 29, 2019.

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