Set in the forties. A young Jewish boy is called on by his parents to help a young girl come out of her shell, imposed after she watched her father die at the hands of the Nazis.
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After admitting to his parents that he was playing stickball instead of visiting Naomi on the fourth day, Alan throws himself face-up on the couch and puts a newspaper over his face while his shirttails, which are not tucked in, fall back revealing his stomach (at 0:33:39 on the Feature Films for Families version and again at 0:34:25). As his father comes to the couch Alan's shirttails are neatly arranged, covering his stomach and belt (at 0:34:36). See more
In 2003 Feature Films for Families released an edited version of 'Alan & Naomi' on both VHS tape and DVD with a 92m:01s run time (despite "approx. 87 minutes" on the DVD case). A 28 second Feature Films for Families logo clip was added at the beginning as was a 5 second "CINAR Presents" screen, replacing the original "LEUCADIA FILM CORPORATION AND THE MALTESE COMPANIES Present" screen. Nothing was cut from the ending credits, but a 5 second CINAR logo clip and a 13 second Feature Films for Families screen were added after the original ending credits for a total of 51 seconds of video added, leaving 91m 10s of the original 95m 31s length. In general, Feature Films for Families edits out of the sound track and/or the frames any language, violence, or behavior that parents might find awkward to explain to their young children. See more