The English title of the movie “Jusqu’à toi” in the program of Air France flight I saw it was something like “Every Jack needs a Chloe.” On IMDB the English Canadian title is listed as “Shoe at your foot”. On the film’s official site there is no English title. Thus your guess is as good as mine for figuring out what title it will show up, if ever in the US. It is a cute little romantic comedy and doesn’t pretend to be more. Chloe is a young, French anti-social woman, who cannot bear the idea of making a phone call not to mention traveling. Nevertheless he has to go out of town for a business trip. Jack is an American graphic artist, who wins a trip Belgium from a coke bottle cap and takes the trip, despite being quite down a his long time girlfriend just moved out. The suitcases of these two characters gets mixed up. Chloe opens his and based on the content she falls in love with him. Later they meet and but as you can guess it takes few turn for the relationship to start flourishing.
The two main actors, Mélanie Laurent and Justin Bartha, were cute as they should be and were good enough to play the wallowing people they were supposed to. My favorite was though the grumpy hotel owner, who was a great enemy of his own guest, after the guest hurt his feelings. But who also came to the rescue once he was warmed up. Some of the storylines were not closed properly, but who cares as long as the young lovers return to each other and create the semblance of normal life.