A woman with a phobia about flying gets caught up with a shady French smuggler while flying to Paris to retrieve her wayward fiance. Director Lawrence Kasdan's first stab at romantic comedy.
Eric Fellner - Producer
Adam Brooks - Screenwriter
Kevin Kline - Actor, SOPHIE'S CHOICE
Meg Ryan - American Actress, SLEEPLESS IN SEATTLE (1993)
James Newton Howard - Composer, KING KONG (2005)
Jean Reno - French Actor
Timothy Hutton - American Actor "Ordinary People"/Son Of Actor Jim Hutton
Tim Hutton - American Actor "Ordinary People"/Son Of Actor Jim Hutton
Joe Hutshing - Editor, BROKEN ARROW (1996)
Jon Hutman - Production Designer, FRENCH KISS (1995)
John Hutman - Production Designer, FRENCH KISS (1995)
Susan Anbeh - Actress/"French Kiss"
Owen Roizman - American Director Of Photography
Lawrence Kasdan - Director/Screenwriter/Prod.
Larry Kasdan - Director/Screenwriter/Prod.
François Cluzet - French Actor
Joanna Johnston - Costume Designer, THE POLAR EXPRESS (2004)
When Kate's fiancé calls from Paris to tell her he's in love with another woman, Kate determines to do anything to get him back. She even overcomes her fear of flying so she can chase him down in the romantic city of lights. Then, while airborne, the panicky Kate meets Luc, a somewhat sleazy character who just happens to be a thief -- and who secretly plants a stolen possession in her bag. Luc intends to retrieve the loot when they land; unfortunately a conman grabs the bag first, thwarting Luc's well-laid plans. Soon he and Kate are frantically scouring the beautiful French countryside in hopes of getting back her precious carry-on. The romantic situation hardly goes smoothly, either: Kate continues her obsession with ex-fiancé Charlie, while Charlie's new girlfriend takes a liking to Luc... who unexpectantly falls in love with the broken-hearted Kate.
Produced in association with Prufrock Pictures, set up by star Meg Ryan to create her own films. Color by DeLuxe.
"...[A] sly and winning romantic comedy....An affair to remember..." - 05/18/1995 Rolling Stone, p.96-7
"...[Carried on] the floaty charm of its stars..." - 09/29/1995 Entertainment Weekly, p.71
"Mr. Kline's performance turns on elated virtuosity. He gets laughs just by pronouncing his character's name." - 01/21/2011 Wall Street Journal