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Italy · 2016
1h 40m
Director Edoardo de Angelis
Starring Angela Fontana, Marianna Fontana, Antonia Truppo, Massimiliano Rossi
Genre Drama

Daisy and Viola are siamese twin sisters on the verge of turning 18 living in the suburbs of Naples. They are blessed with beautiful voices, and thanks to their performances at weddings, communions and baptisms, they can provide for their whole family. Isolated from the rest of the world by their father who exploits them for money, their life turns upside-down when one of them falls in love for the first time and they discover that they can be separated.

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Variety by Catherine Bray

Despite their lack of experience, the Fontana sisters do a lovely job of sketching an intimate yet at times claustrophobic bond.


The Hollywood Reporter by Deborah Young

Side-stepping what could have been a cheap, morbid peek into the lives of two beautiful teenagers who were born joined at the hip, Indivisible strikes out on its own path, sounding an exhilarating note of freedom for its protags.


The Film Stage by Jared Mobarak

The Fontana sisters amazingly traverse this evolving landscape, alternating between warrior and crippled as the plot wears them down to nothing. We desperately crave they’ll earn a victory, but a release from the torture may have to suffice.

63 by Nick Allen

While the script has a problem sharing why it was excited to place conjoined twins in such a predicament, the Fontana sisters boast a special emotional eloquence.


Screen International by Sarah Ward

Indivisible peers and probes, offering a sensitive, insightful and sometimes even dream-like rumination on the cost of seeking and subverting normality.


Los Angeles Times by Sheri Linden

There's plenty of tawdry glamour, exploitation and grime on offer in this tale of awakening, and through it all, the sisters' bond is its own abracadabra.

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