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Twin Sisters Find Each Other Through YouTube, Turn Their Story Into A Film
Posted By Ethel Navales On February 5, 2014 @ 1:44 am In News | Comments Disabled
Our generation is often criticized for the amount of social media we indulge in on a daily basis. We are told that we rely on it far too much. We are poked fun at because people think we are unable to go five minutes without looking at our phone. Even worse, we are told that our friendships and relationships are diluted thanks to social media.
It’s no secret that a handful of people have nothing but negative things to say when it comes to the topic of social media, but this is a story that will prove them otherwise.
Because we focus so much on the negative aspects of social media, we’ve overlooked how it has helped us: we’re able stay in touch with old friends and family members living overseas, long-distance relationships have a chance of surviving despite the difficult circumstances, and most importantly, we are able to meet people that may have never crossed our path.
Through social media we can meet our future best friend or love interest. In fact, we can meet some of the most unexpected people imaginable. For 27-year-old Samantha from Los Angeles, that’s exactly what happened.
In February 2013, Anaïs, a French fashion design student living in London, got her first glimpse of Samantha through a YouTube video featuring the aspiring American actress. Shocked by their similar appearances, Anaïs could not help but looking into Samantha’s background and finally sent her a message.
The twins learned that they were both adoptees, both born in the same country and shared the same birthday.
Convinced that they were related, the two began visiting one another and even spent 10 days in Korea to find out where their separation took place.
The girls decided to document and turn their amazing story into a film. Now, a year later, we finally get our first glimpse of their incredible discovery.
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 1: http://www.sbs.com.au/news/article/2014/02/02/twinsters-reunited-after-chance-internet-encounter
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