Dutch writer-directorcomposer Dick Maas's abortive, English-language bid for international acclain fell flat in Europe and went direct-to-vidoe in thr US. This hokey thriller trashes its own credibility by injecting humor into extremely inopportune scenes, notably situations involving an imperiled child. American pharmaceutical executive Walter (William Hurt) takes a business trip to Amsterdam, accompanied by his wife, Cathryn (Jennifer Tilly), and their mute daughter, Melissa (Francesca Brown). Melissa makes a trip to the ladies' room at the hotel De L'Europe and gets separated from her folks. She wanders out of the hotel and onto the street, where Melissa witnesses...