Suzanne Malveaux And Suzette Malveaux Talk Sisterhood And Success (Video)

This video is the fourth in HuffPost Women's four-part series on female friendship inspired by Wendi Murdoch and Florence Sloan's new film Snow Flower and the Secret Fan, which premieres today, July 14, in Los Angeles.

One of the film's principal themes is the power of female friendship -- to overcome life's obstacles as well as enhance its joys and successes. Wendi and Florence met 10 years ago at a dinner party and have been an emotional support system for each other every since. Partnering for this special film project has brought them even closer together.

This series' first video, which we ran June 24, features Wendi and Florence talking about how they became friends and what that bond has meant for each of them.

On July 1, Katie Lee, chef and author of The Comfort Table and the new novel Groundswell, and Kathy Freston, author of The Quantum Wellness Cleanse: A 21 Day Essential Guide to Healing Your Body, Mind and Spirit, gave us a glimpse into their friendship.

And last Friday, July 8, we brought you famous "tiger mom" and law professor Amy Chua and her close friend Anne Ackerley, an investment management executive, in conversation about their relationship.

Today we're excited to feature identical twin sisters Suzette and Suzanne Malveaux, law professor and CNN anchor, respectively, talking about their unique bond.

"We are soulmates," Suzanne says, but adds, "We still have our disagreements from time to time. You have to. That's a part of an honest relationship."

"We allow each other to be as great as we can be" says Suzette.