Ultra (Italian: Ultrà) is a 1991 Italian drama film directed by Ricky Tognazzi. It was entered into the 41st Berlin International Film Festival where Tognazzi won the Silver Bear for Best Director.
|Directed by||Ricky Tognazzi|
|Produced by||Claudio Bonivento|
|Written by||Graziano Diana|
|Music by||Antonello Venditti|
|Cinematography||Alessio Gelsini Torresi|
|Edited by||Carla Simoncelli|
A group of ultras of Rome leaves to Turin, where the guys have to play the game of Juve-Roma. The Romans are greeted with stones by enemies, and the leader of the extremist group: Er Prince, orders his followers to stab the fans of Juventus. The two opposing factions are arrested and are forced to tell the facts to the superintendent. Meanwhile, in the stadium of Juventus, the remaining ultras are locked in a brawl between their enemies with exaggerated stabbings and stones.
- Claudio Amendola as Principe
- Ricky Memphis as Red
- Gianmarco Tognazzi as Ciafretta
- Giuppy Izzo as Cinzia
- Alessandro Tiberi as Fabietto
- Fabrizio Vidale as Smilzo
- Krum De Nicola as Morfino
- Antonello Morroni as Teschio
- Michele Camparino as Nerone
- Fabrizio Franceschi as Nazi
- Fabio Buttinelli as Mandrake
- Fabio Maraschi as Cobra
- Alessandro Amen as Ketchup
- Claudio Del Falco as Capo Drugo
- Bruno Del Turco as Patata
- "Berlinale: 1991 Prize Winners". berlinale.de. Retrieved 26 March 2011.