|Directed by||Nanni Moretti|
|Produced by||Mario Gallo
|Written by||Nanni Moretti|
|Music by||Franco Piersanti|
|Edited by||Enzo Meniconi|
Ecce Bombo is a 1978 Italian comedy film, written, starring and directed by Nanni Moretti. It was filmed in 16 mm but released in 35 mm. It was Moretti's first commercial success.
Michele Apicella, Goffredo, Mirko and Vito are four friends who have participated in the battles of the student in Sixties. Now in the Seventies, the four friends don't know what to do, though young and with so many possibilities to find a job in life. Intellectuals marginalized and misunderstood, the four friends find themselves when they can in a restaurant to discuss their outlandish theories. A girl named Olga disrupts their life, but Michele is his favorite, although he does not know what to do with the girls.
- Nanni Moretti - Michele Apicella
- Luisa Rossi - Michele's mother
- Lina Sastri - Olga
- Piero Galletti - Goffredo
- Susanna Javicoli - Silvia
- Cristina Manni - Cristina
- Lorenza Ralli - Michele's sister Valentina
- Maurizio Romoli - Flaminia's husband Cesare
- Carola Stagnaro - Flaminia
- Fabio Traversa - Mirko
- Giorgio Viterbo - Reporter for 'Telecalifornia'
- Paolo Zaccagnini - Vito
- Sandro Conte - Student
- Maurizio Di Taddeo - Student
- Mauro Fabretti - Student
- "Festival de Cannes: Ecce bombo". festival-cannes.com. Retrieved 2009-05-12.
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