Rome Like Chicago is a taut Italian thriller film directed by Alberto De Martino and released in 1968. Based on a story by Giacinto Ciaccio and Massimo D'Avak, the film follows the criminal exploits of professional thief Mario Corda (John Cassavetes), who is finally captured and jailed after years of eluding law enforcement. As Mario bides his time behind bars and awaits his trial, his former partner Enrico (Nikos Kourkoulos) embarks on a vicious murder spree. Enrico also has designs on Mario's wife, Anita (Lea Vallini). Now Mario must find a way to gain his freedom and stop Enrico's bloody reign of terror. Rome Like Chicago is beautifully filmed and packed with thrilling chases and rapid, unexpected plot twists. This atmospheric film is considered a classic of Italian suspense and is extremely popular in Italy and the United States. It should not be missed by anyone who enjoys foreign suspense films.