Italian Drama 'Indivisible' At Cinestudio

An Italian allegory about youth, independence and duty is showing at Cinestudio in Hartford.

"Indivisible" tells the story of two teen sisters who are conjoined twins. They support their community by making appearances, to sing and be gawked at. When a doctor tells them that they can be safely separated, they are torn between their desire for freedom and their obligation to their loved ones.

Edoardo De Angelis' 2016 film will be shown Sunday to Wednesday, Nov. 5 to 8, at 7:30 p.m., with a 2:30 p.m. matinee on Sunday, at the theater at 300 Summit St., on the campus of Trinity College.

Admission is $10, $8 seniors and students, $7 Friends of Cinestudio.

Another special screening at Cinestudio that weekend is an encore of "Nani," a short film made in Hartford by Christopher Brown. It will be shown Saturday, Nov. 4, at 4:30 p.m. Brown also will show a fragment of "The Other America," a documentary he is working on about the nation's opioid epidemic.

Admission is by freewill donation, which will help Brown save for his next film project. eventbrite.com and cinestudio.org.

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