It's premiere day in Los Angeles for 'Snow Flower and the Secret Fan,' a film adaptation of Lisa See's acclaimed novel set in 19th-century China about two female BFF's. (The Chinese had a different word for it.)

Our cousins at HuffPost Women have been teasing out the film's themes of female friendship in recent days and months, and today's installment features CNN anchor Suzanne Malveaux and her twin sister, Suzette. (Imagine how many times their mother mixed up her daughters' names.) In an exclusive video, the Malveaux sisters describe their unique emotional connection, their policy of constructive competition, and the TV jingle that helped them resolve their differences:
Snow Flower And The Secret Fan
PG-132011
Based on 31 critics

Parallel stories tell of two women in 19th-century China and their descendants in modern Shanghai. Read More