Well-directed thriller starring Harrison Ford as a doctor, in Paris for a medical conference, whose wife (Betty Buckley) mysteriously disappears. Local authorities think she is having an affair, but her husband knows she has been kidnapped. His only clue to getting her back: a suitcase belonging to a young Frenchwoman (Emmanuelle Seigner) that his wife mistakenly picked up at the airport. Ford is good as the meek Dr. Walker, whose frustration and desperation eventually get the better of him, while Seigner is bright and pretty enough, but forced to play an under-written role thanks to a script that takes its MacGuffin much too seriously.
"[E]very scene, on its own, seems to work. It is only the total of the scenes that is wrong." - Roger Ebert, The Chicago Sun-Times, February 26, 1988
"Miss Seigner does what she's supposed to do, which is stop traffic." - Janet Maslin, The New York Times, February 26, 1988