North Carolina filmmaker Josh Gibson has produced a fascinating biographical portrait of the 19th century Siamese twins, Eng and Chang Bunker. Many may not know that these unusual Thailand-born conjoined twins lived most of their adult lives in northwest North Carolina, married two local women, raised large families and prospered as landowners. They were born in 1811 to a Chinese father and Chinese-Malay mother. As teenagers, they were discovered by a western navy captain who brought them to America to appear in sideshows. In 1843, they married two sisters and fathered ten and eleven children, respectively. Gibson shot footage in India and Thailand, the birthplace of the twins, as he retraced the origins of the mythology of the brothers.