Jason (jcreed) wrote,

Watched "twinsters" on netflix, the true story of Samantha Futerman and Anaïs Bordier, identical twins separated at birth and adopted by families in totally different countries, who discover each other as adults via a combination of internet and sheer coincidence. It lies in an interesting space between a documentary and polished version of someone's informal vlog. I could say that it feels just a little amateurish, but it's so endearing (both in the actual underlying story and in presentation) that I feel like a terrible, awful person for critiquing it from that angle. Fun to watch anyhow. (pop/10)
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