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Directed by Edoardo De Angelis

Italy 2016 100 mins. In Italian

Indivisible is a beguiling poetic fairy tale that plays with the idea that we carry our loved ones with us wherever we go. Daisy and Viola are conjoined twins. Beautiful and talented teenagers who sing at weddings, they are exploited by their mother and father, who see them as their meal ticket. A visiting doctor tells them what their parents have kept secret: because they are literally joined at the hip, they could be safely separated. For the rebellious Daisy, this could mean the freedom she’s always wanted. For the meeker, dependent Viola, the idea of separation is terrifying.

Reviews: Hollywood Reporter, Variety, Screen Daily, Cinema Scope

Interviews: Interview with Edoardo de Angelis at Cineuropa

Filmography: Perez. (2014), Mozzarella Stories (2011)



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