Even those with perfect hearing will have lots of trouble understanding most of the dialogue. And unfortunately there aren't any subscripts on the dvd. Even so it's still worth watching. #GiggleFest
Much better on the same topic, except with younger girls, is 2013's 1-hour award winning documentary "Twin Sisters" [aka Tvillingsøstrene], recently featured on a PBS Independent Lens episode:
No matter what pre-conceived notions we have about such situations, it is fascinating to watch the real deal play out. Quite moving.
Amazing and fascinating documentary!
A commendable effort telling a true story, funded by Kickstarter, produced and directed by the twins...I enjoyed it. I recommend watching it in 2 parts. Sweet
It was an interesting situation, but this documentary was pretty bad. I took several short naps. It's an hour and a half long, but I honestly thought it would never end. Maybe it's just me, but for some one who is 25 years old, the American girl seemed unbelievably immature to me.
Really ineresting story about adopted twins.
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