Three Identical Strangers (review)

Three Identical Strangers (review)
Three Identical Strangers (review)
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From the “truth is stranger” department comes this surprising story: Triplets were separated at birth and by incredible coincidence, discovered each other 19 years later. This doc features interviews with the trio, their friends and family, plus plenty of photos and footage from their short-lived fame. After detailing this situation, the investigation goes deeper into the reasons they were split up. This is when it gets dark and the pace starts to slow. Although there aren’t any innovative approaches to the form (and the trailer pretty much reveals the salient points), it still unfolds an unusual situation with fascinating and sometimes disturbing information.


3 out of 5 stars (3 / 5)

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