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on 10 April 2000
An enjoyable thriller which again gave Harrison Ford the chance to shine, to throw off the shackles of Indy and Solo. A simple mix-up of suitcases at an airport plunges Dr Walker (Ford) and his wife (Buckley) into a web of intrigue. His wife missing, Walker begins a search for her through the streets of Paris. Evidence points to he being kidnapped - but by whom and why. With the local police and the US embassy offering little immediate help he must find his own way around. Circumstances bring him into contact with a young woman, the owner of the other suitcase.
A good film, not too taxing but highly enjoyable.
The DVD transfer is quite good, with no noticeable artefacting. The picture is grainy most of the time but this is not intrusive. There are no features on this DVD, its only plus being the first widescreen release of the film.