|Directed by||Andrea Costantini|
|Written by||Andrea Costantini|
|Edited by||Patrizia Ceresani|
City Limits (Italian: Dentro la città) is a 2004 Italian crime film written and directed by Andrea Costantini and starring Edoardo Leo. It won the award for best production at the 2005 Brooklyn Film Festival.
Commissioner Aldo Chessari is sent to direct a police detachment on the outskirts of Rome, a temporary station in a hot area where he is entrusted with few means and few men. His deputy, Lorenzo Corsi, a young man just out of the Academy, collides with the corrupt and deformed reality of real life. The small police station appears to be a frontier outpost, a punitive destination where recruits and hotheads have been assigned. Chessari would like a quiet department, routine operations, stalking and wiretapping and no fuss that could affect his chances of career advancement. But his men, a group of mavericks, do not stop in front of the rules imposed by power, even reaching the limit of legality.
- Edoardo Leo as Deputy Commissioner Lorenzo Corsi
- Elisabetta Cavallotti as Francesca Scanni
- Luca Ward as Dario Lattanzi
- Andrea Rivera as Benedetto aka Ben
- Rolando Ravello as Inspector De Paolis
- Giorgio Colangeli as Commissioner Chessari
- Simone Colombari as Franco Stiffi
- Luciano Curreli as Mariani
- Vincenzo Ferrera as Aglietti
- Patrizia Caselli as Mara
- Nello Mascia as Francesco
- Anna Longhi as Lorenzo Corsi's Grandma
- Jay Weissberg (June 8, 2004). "Review: 'City Limits'". Variety. Retrieved 15 August 2015.
- "Murray's "Mouth to Mouth" Wins Top Awards at Brooklyn Fest". Indiewire. June 15, 2005. Retrieved 15 August 2015.
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