Thursday, July 30, 2015

Twinsters at AMC Loews Waterfront from July 31.



Twinsters, a 2015 movie about twin Korean adoptees separated at birth and reconnected years later through a random YouTube discovery, opens at the AMC Loews theater in the Waterfront on July 31. The synopsis, from the movie's official site:
In February 2013, Anaïs Bordier, a French fashion student living in London, stumbled upon a YouTube video featuring Samantha Futerman, an actress in Los Angeles, and was struck by their uncanny resemblance. After discovering they were born on the same day in Busan, Korea and both put up for adoption, Anaïs reached out to Samantha via Facebook. In Twinsters, we follow Samantha and Anaïs’ journey into sisterhood, witnessing everything from their first meeting, to their first trip back to Korea where their separation took place.
The movie is currently scheduled to run there through August 4. The theater is located at the Waterfront shopping center in Homestead (map), across a bridge from Pittsburgh. Showtimes and ticket information are available on the theater's website.

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