EXCLUSIVE: Film follows Siamese twin sisters who rebel against their father.


Rome-based sales company True Colours has boarded Edoardo de Angelis’ upcoming film Indivisible about Neapolitan Siamese twin sisters who are exploited as a novelty singing act by their father.

True Colours managing director Catia Rossi said the project’s unusual premise was already prompting strong interest in the market.

“It has the freshness of Mustang set in the deep suburbs of Naples,” she said, referring to the foreign language Oscar nominee.

Kept in isolation, outside of their paid performances at social occasions, the girls start to rebel against their reality when one of them falls in love and they discover they can be separated.

The film is co-produced by Tramp Limited and O’Groove in collaboration with Italian distributor Medusa.