A man and his wife are in Paris for a meeting when is wife is kidnapped from their hotel. He must now search for is wife in a foreign country where some people don't want to help him.
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The review of this Movie prepared by Jack Bauer
FRANTIC is a movie co-written and directed by Roman Polanski in 1988.
Harrison Ford and his wife are just arriving in Paris, France for a medical conference. While checking in at their hotel, they remark that, in their hurry, they have taken the wrong suitcase from the airport luggage terminal. While Harrison Ford is taking a shower, his wife leaves the room and disappears. Neither the french police nor the american embassy seems eager to help him in his efforts to find her. He opens the suitcase in his possession and finds in it the address of a local night club and a name written on a matchbox. He finally gets the opportunity to meet Dédé Martin -the name on the matchbox- but only to find him murdered in his apartment. Helped by Emmanuelle Seigner, the real owner of the suitcase, Harrison Ford finally understands that his wife has been kidnapped by an arab organization willing to retrieve the suitcase that contains a stolen essential technical element for missiles guidance. Soon, the israelian intelligence services make also their appearance.
An homage to Hitchcock movies.
The review of this Movie prepared by Daniel Staebler