Son-Rise: A Miracle of Love is a 1979 NBC television docudrama film adapted by the biographical book Son-Rise by Barry Neil Kaufman, and is the real life story of how, according to his parents, Raun Kaufman completely recovered from severe autism. The film was directed by Glenn Jordan and the teleplay was written by Stephen Kandel, Samahria Lyte Kaufman, and Barry Neil Kaufman. The film tells of Bears and Suzie Kaufman and their newly born offspring, Raun. By the time he was eighteen months old, Raun was diagnosed with a perpetual disability known as classic autism — which, at the time, was...
|Release date:||May 14, 1979|
|Directed by:||Glenn A. Jordan|
|Producer:||Richard M. Rosenbloom|
|Music by:||Gerald Fried|
|Cinematography:||Matthew F. Leonetti|
|Screenplay by:||Stephen Kandel, Suzie Lyte Kaufman, Barry Neil Kaufman|