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‘Brothers of the Head’ Premiere, NYC

What could be better than watching a movie about Siamese-twin rock'n'roll stars? Hanging out with them at the afterparty!

Many think of rock stars as freaks (see Pete Doherty, Ozzy Osbourne, Alice Cooper), but Brothers of the Head, a film by Keith Fulton and Louis Pepe, takes that concept to a whole new level. The faux-documentary follows Tom and Barry Howe, Siamese twins who are joined together Chang-and-Eng-style, as they become the newest rock sensation, garnering money, fame, sex, and drugs. Last night, Spin co-hosted both the premiere of this Tribeca Film Festival favorite at the Independent Film Center in Manhattan, and the afterparty at Don Hills, which featured drinks by Bass Ale and Jameson Irish Whiskey, and DJ sets by the MisShapes. KRISTINA GRINOVICH / PHOTOS BY CHRISTINE WU

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