Alan & Naomi (1992)

Director
Sterling Van Wagenen

Main cast
Lukas Haas; Vanessa Zaoui; Michael Gross; Amy Aquino; Kevin Connolly

Genres
Drama, Family

Description
When Naomi, a young refugee from Nazi-occupied Paris, moves into Alan Silverman’s building in New York, he does his best to avoid her. But despite Naomi's strange behavior and the language barrier, they slowly develop a deep and touching friendship.


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