Maya thinks of herself as part of a matched set -- she and her identical twin, Chaya, have always been in sync. But when Chaya attempts to reveal Maya's secret anxieties to their parents, Maya feels betrayed. Chaya is the more outgoing twin, but she's worried about her sister. With Maya shutting her out, Chaya tries to give her twin space by changing herself. Now they're no longer identical -- they have different looks, different activities, different friends. But both of them are miserable. So they make a bet: They'll switch places, and whoever can keep up the ruse the longest will decide where they both go to high school. But stepping into each other's shoes is a lot trickier than it seems. Will the twins build a bridge back to each other?