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Lorenzo's Oil


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Drama starring
Nick Nolte , Susan Sarandon
The extraordinary true story of Augusto and Michaela Odone , a couple who refuse to accept that their four-year-old son will die from a rare wasting disease. Susan Sarandon 's latest film Dead Man Walking, was released in British cinemas on Friday
29 March. An interview with her can be seen in Hollywood Angel at 11.15pm.
Director George Miller (1992,15)
♦ See Films: pages 49-58 ★★★★


Unknown: Nick Nolte
Unknown: Susan Sarandon
Unknown: Michaela Odone
Unknown: Susan Sarandon
Director: George Miller
Augusto Odone: Nick Nolte
Michaela Odone: Susan Sarandon
Professor Nikolais: Peter Ustinov
Deirdre Murphy: Kathleen Wilhoite
Doctor Judalon: Gerry Bamman
Wendy Gimble: Margo Martindale
Ellard Muscatine: James Rebhorn
Loretta Muscatine: Ann Hearn
Omouri: Maduka Steady
Lorenzo: Zack O'Malley Greenburg
Comorian teacher: Mary Wakio
Himself: Don Suddaby
Jake Gimble: Colin Ward
Nurse Ruth: La Tanya Richardson

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