2012 poster for a 30th-anniversary screening of the film
|Directed by||Carlo Vanzina|
|Produced by||Claudio Bonivento|
|Written by||Carlo Vanzina|
|Music by||Detto Mariano|
|Edited by||Raimondo Crociani|
The three characters are: Donato Cavallo (A.C. Milan supporter), the chief of the hooligans of the southern stand in San Siro stadium; Franco Alfano, Inter supporter who believes he won the football lottery, but it's just a prank made by his friends; Tirzan, Juventus supporter, is a truck driver from Apulia, who decided to follow his beloved team to Belgium for a European Cup game.
- Diego Abatantuono as Donato Cavallo / Franco Alfano / Felice La Pezza, aka "Tirzan"
- Massimo Boldi as Massimo
- Teo Teocoli as Teo
- Stefania Sandrelli as Loredana
- Yorgo Voyagis as "The Slav"
- Ugo Conti as Ugo
- Anna Melato as Franco's Wife
- Gianfranco Barra as Inspector Patanè
- Clara Colosimo as Franco's mother-in-law
- Renzo Ozzano as a Parisian Inspector
- Renato D'Amore as Sandrino
- Franco Caraccioloas a Hitchhiker
- Enio Drovandi as a Policeman
- Guido Nicheli as a Man at a bar
- Franca Scagnetti as La Monica's Wife
- The title is a distorted form of veramente eccezionale (roughly, "really outstanding") based on Abatantuono's trademark slang of the time, mimicking the talk of a poorly educated immigrant from Southern Italy.
- "Italian Comedy - The State of Things". labiennale.org. Archived from the original on 1 August 2010. Retrieved 1 August 2010.