Harrison Ford plays a onetime combat hero in the Vietnam War who is now President of the United States. While visiting the former Soviet Union, he gives a speech in which he supports a get-tough attitude against terrorists. While flying back to the United States aboard Air Force One, the president and his staff discover that one of the journalists returning with them is actually a terrorist who hijacks the plane.
Movie goers watching the opening credits of the 1997 movie “Air Force One” starring Harrison Ford may recognize one of Cleveland's most beautiful landmarks, Severance Hall. The 1930s-era building is home to the Cleveland Orchestra and served as the presidential palace in Kazakhstan, shown during a nighttime military raid kicking off the film. "Air Force One" was nominated for two Oscars.