This Has To Be The Coolest Real Life 'Parent Trap' Story Ever
Apr 17, 2014 12:56
Meet Samantha Futerman and Anaïs Bordier, identical twins born in South Korea who were put up for adoption in 1987. Both girls had spent most of their life thinking they were alone.
In December 2012, Samantha posted the above YouTube video describing what it felt like to be adopted. Little did she know that video would lead to a Facebook message that would drastically change her life.
It wasn't long before their incredible real life "Parent Trap" story went viral, and they've recently released this trailer for their upcoming documentary. For more info, visit their official Kickstarter page here
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