Three Identical Strangers
Three Identical Strangers, released 30th November
It’s a story so remarkable, you wouldn’t believe it if it hadn’t happened to you. So says Bobby, one of the identical triplets, below, who were separated as babies and adopted into three different families, only to reconnect, by chance, at the age of 19, in 1980. There’s a forceful dramatic arc to this gripping documentary which, through archive footage and recreation, captures the giddy initial elation. But the film takes a darker turn, with the realisation that…
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