Alan and Naomi

Overview

Alan Lukas Haas is a typically streetwise Brooklyn teenager of the 1940s. Naomi Vanessa Zaoui is a French-Jewish refugee of Nazi oppression, recently moved into the apartment above Alan's. Ever since witnessing the murder of her father, Naomi has remained in a catatonic state. Alan's well-meaning efforts to help the girl at first seem to do more harm than good. But eventually the boy's sincerity and hitherto untapped compassion win out, and the two young people form a strong, unbreakable bond. Alan & Naomi is...
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Overview

Alan Lukas Haas is a typically streetwise Brooklyn teenager of the 1940s. Naomi Vanessa Zaoui is a French-Jewish refugee of Nazi oppression, recently moved into the apartment above Alan's. Ever since witnessing the murder of her father, Naomi has remained in a catatonic state. Alan's well-meaning efforts to help the girl at first seem to do more harm than good. But eventually the boy's sincerity and hitherto untapped compassion win out, and the two young people form a strong, unbreakable bond. Alan & Naomi is based on a novel by Myron Levoy.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/18/2000
  • UPC: 043396046016
  • Original Release: 1992
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  • Source: Sony Pictures
  • Presentation: Clam Shell
  • Format: VHS

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Lukas Haas Alan Drucker Silverman
Vanessa Zaoui Naomi Kirschenbaum
Michael Gross Sol Silverman
Amy Aquino Ruth Silverman
Zohra Lampert Mrs. Liebman
Kevin Connolly Shaun Kelly
Victoria Christian Mrs. Kirschenbaum
Vanessa Aquino
Blake A. Edwards Tommy Frankel
Mark Fincannon Mr. Kirschenbaum
Michael Gwynne
Michael Kennedy
Mick McGovern Officer Danny
Mary McMillan Mrs. Landley
Richard Olsen Finch
D. Anthony Pender Usher
Technical Credits
Sterling Van Wagenen Director
David Anderson Producer
Mark Balsam Producer
Cari Coughlin Editor
George Goodridge Production Designer
Dick Hyman Score Composer
Paul Ryan Cinematographer
Don Schain Producer
Alonzo Wilson Costumes/Costume Designer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 19, 2001

    A Great Movie

    I was surprised at how much I liked this movie. I am not usually interested in movies that take place during a war, but this is one of my favorite movies now. It has an excellant plot and great characters. I found the movie a little short and I didn't like the ending (it left me hanging) but otherwise I would recommend this movie to anyone ages 13 and up.

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