Twin Sisters Documentary
- Parent Category: Adoption
- Created on Saturday, 23 August 2014 02:06
- Last Updated on Saturday, 23 August 2014 02:10
- Published on Saturday, 23 August 2014 02:06
- Written by Mary Lugo
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By the time the results confirmed that the girls were indeed twins, they were deeply entrenched in their new families. In the U.S., Mia was growing up to be a typical, all-American girl, with a bustling life filled with violin lessons, Girl Scouts, and soccer, while in Norway, Alexandra lived a quieter life in the breathtakingly beautiful but isolated village of Fresvik, population 243. As soon as the girls were old enough to understand, their families told them about their twin on the other side of the world and they began to communicate despite the distance and language barrier. When finally they meet again in Norway as eight years olds, Mia and Alexandra not only look and act alike, but are unmistakably linked to each other.
Twin Sisters is a poignant examination of our notions of family — the genetic ones we inherit and the ones we create.
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