(22 Jun 2010)
London, 21st June 2010
1. Medium pan queue
2. Tilt Pineapple Studios sign to queue
3. Various twins in the queue
4. Various twins practicing their dance moves
5. Set up shot John Graham and Fatima Felisberti
6. SOUNDBITE: (English) John Graham, Choreographer, Instructor, Pineapple Dance Studios:
"Just like synchronisation in their movement. We're going to keep the dancing simple because we don't want them to think too hard about it. And hopefully just enjoy so we can see the personality come out when they perform.
7. Photographers UPSOUND: (English) "Can you all turn and look this way please, lets have a look at you."
8. Wide twins posing for photographers
9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Fatima Felisberti, Face Recognition Expert, Kingston University:
" We tend to think that we just look at the faces, static faces, whether the eyes and nose are exactly identical. But actually when we interact with people we're trying to look at emotions. Whether they express their emotions in identical way, whether they move their mouth in an identical way. The dynamic aspect of the face is very important."
10. Various close ups of twins
11. Close up shoes
12. Close up bags
13. Twins going into studios
14. Reflection in the mirror of twins, camera turns to audition group
15. John Graham starts music and leads twins dancing
16. Various twins dancing
17. Mid judges watching
18. Tilt up twins dancing
19. John Graham instructing twins to turn their heads from left to right
20. Mid twins turing heads from left to right
21. All judges conferring with guest judges celebrity twins "Samanda"
22. Wide pan twins in the studio waiting for the result
23. SOUNDBITE: (English) Urho and Mehmet Hurrem
Uhro: "We like being the same. It's nice, we feel like something special because there are not many twins around. It's a gift."
Mehmet: "Some of my friends tell me that since we are old now, why do we dress the same. I like it, I'm a twin. That's how I was born and that's how I'm always going to be."
24. Close up twins looking at each other
25. SOUNDBITE: (English) Sophie and Polly Duniam
Sophie: "It's weird. Even though we've got quite edgy looks we both really like the same things."
Polly: "We like the same clothes, we like the same music."
Sophie: "It's not like I want this haircut so you have to get this haircut. We both like it, so both have it anyway. So kind of works quite well."
26. SOUNDBITE: (English) Terri and Tammy Facey
Terri: "Everybody thinks we look exactly the same. But I think we look completely different. I hate that. I wish we would be more alike."
Tammy: "It's true, exactly. But that's why we dress the same. And the hair is the same. So yeah."
28. Tilt up Terri and Tammy
29. Mid shot winners are announced
30. Pearl and Ruby hug and pose for photographs
32. Tilt up Pearl and Ruby
33. SOUNDBITE: (English) Pearl and Ruby Day
Ruby: "You're a bit better at singing."
Pearl: "Yeah. I am bit better at singing. So I could sing and she just mimes."
Ruby: "I just pretend"
Pearl: "When I do singing things, she says 'I can just stand there and mime'. But other than that we are really the same. It's the only difference I can see."
34. Mid press photographers
35. Pearl and Ruby posing for photos
Twins are said to be identical when they develop from one egg that spits into two embryos.
But it's not always as simple as that - as 30 pairs of twins found out in London this week.
The most identical pair, will become the faces of a television advert.
So just how do you measure the identicalness of identical twins?
Guess what its all in the face... and the expression and the gestures.
He says he'll be looking for synchronisation in their movement.
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