E-mail Order Bride – National Geographic

23 year old twins are both clients of “A Volga Girl” marriage agency.

In our ongoing partnership with National Geographic we present a fascinating look inside a controversial industry that matches foreign women with American men. The film follows two American men on their heart-pounding and awkward journey to find true love in the industrial city of Togliatti, known as “Russia's Detroit.” Viewers enter the clandestine world of e-mail order marriages through the milestone experiences of those who are in it – from meeting a potential bride face-to-face for the first time, to the final “I do’s” that make their union official. It is an astounding look at what some will do to find companionship. The trailers below are pretty captivating. You can catch E-mail Order Bride tomorrow, Wednesday, September 9 at 9PM ET/PT on the National Geographic Channel. E-Mail Bride Delivered "Mail Order Murder"



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