Old Enough is a 1984 teen-oriented movie. It stars Sarah Boyd, Rainbow Harvest, Danny Aiello, Neill Barry, Roxanne Hart, Alyssa Milano and Susan Kingsley. It was written and directed by Marisa Silver and produced by Dina Silver, daughters of movie director Joan Micklin Silver. Set in 1984 in New York, Old Enough is the story of a teenage girl, Karen Bruckner, from the "wrong side of the tracks", whose father is the superintendent of the rundown apartment complex in which they live. Her friend, Lonnie Sloane, is a rich, well-bred 11 year-old. Milano, in her film debut, plays Lonnie's sister Diane. A low-budget production, this movie won the Grand Jury Prize: Dramatic award at the Sundance Film Festival.