In a hotel room in Paris, a doctor comes out of the shower and finds that his wife has disappeared. He soon finds himself caught up in a world of intrigue, espionage, gangsters, drugs and murder. Frantic is a 1988 English-language Crime Drama movie starring Harrison Ford, Betty Buckley, John Mahoney, Emmanuelle Seigner, Djiby Soumare, Dominique Virton and Marco Prince. Frantic was Produced by Tim Hampton and Thom Mount. Frantic is written by Roman Polanski, Gérard Brach, Robert Towne, Jeff Gross and G Rard Brach and it is directed by Roman Polanski. Warner Bros. acquired the distribution rights for the film. Frantic was released on 19th February 1988 in English and French languages and takes a screen time of 120 minutes. Frantic was made on a budget of $20 million and at the box office it grossed only $17 million. Cinematography was done by Witold Soboci ski and editing by Sam O Steen. The music was composed by Ennio Morricone.
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Frantic Reviews and Ratings
Average Review Rating : positive
Positive Review Rating : 68%
And even with its excesses, Frantic is a reminder of how absorbing a good thriller can be. ( Read More )
And Polanski forgos the mood marshalling Hitchcock cellos for his own brand of good old quiet tension here made eerier by Witold Sobocinskis high and low camera angles. ( Read More )
The film finally collapses in its writing.Out of all this labyrinthine plotting and flirting, emerges a flaccid ending so silly it threatens to ruin the film. ( Read More )
The film generates Hitchcock kind of suspense and black humor, as it shrewdly feeds on an American innocent abroad and his worst fears about Europes decadent society coming true. ( Read More )
It opens promisingly, with a fine sense of the disorientation of a monolingual tourist abroad and in trouble. ( Read More )