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Three Identical Strangers

Three Identical Strangers is a movie starring Robert Shafran, Michael Domnitz, and Howard Schneider. In 1980 New York, three young men who were all adopted meet each other and find out they're triplets who were separated at birth....

Other Titles
Três Estranhos Idênticos, Bliscy nieznajomi, Három egyforma idegen, Tres idénticos desconocidos, まったく同じ3人の他人, Üç Tanidik Yabanci, Tři blízcí neznámí, 三個一模一樣的陌生人, Trys nepazistami broliai, Shlosha Za'rim Zehim
Running Time
1 hours 36 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Documentary, Biography, Drama, History, Mystery
Tim Wardle
Grace Hughes-Hallett
Robert Shafran, Ellen Cervone, Howard Schneider, Michael Domnitz
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Identical triplet brothers Robert Shafran, Eddy Galland and David Kellman didn't meet each other, let alone know about each other, until they were nineteen years old in 1980, when both Bobby and Eddy coincidentally attended Sullivan County College one year apart and students at the college who knew Eddy saw the obvious physical resemblance when Bobby arrived on campus. David was reunited with his biological brothers soon after when Bobby and Eddy's meeting hit the media which included their photographs. While Bobby, Eddy, and David, in those early years, were solely focusing on doing the media circuit and spending time with each other after all these years, with much of their beings being so similar, their respective adoptive parents - three sets who came from an upper middle class, middle class and working class backgrounds, respectively - had questions for the adoption agency, Louise Wise, the largest adoption agency specializing in Jewish families. None of the parents were told that the boys they were adopting were within a set of triplets who were going to be separated. That meeting with Louise Wise administrators yielded little "spoken" information to the parents. It wasn't until problems started to emerge with the brothers, which included a falling out over a joint business venture that yielded them millions, that the brothers themselves began to think more about the reasons behind why they were separated. Their quest for the complete truth, which to this day is not fully known and probably cannot be, led them in the direction that much of what shaped their growing up environment was not by accident where they and other twins and triplets were used as scientific guinea pigs.

Comments about documentary «Three Identical Strangers» (14)

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Billy G.

I saw this film last night, and I think it was one of the best movies I've seen in a long time. It's a pretty well-made film, and the subjects it covers are interesting and important. This film is about two gay men who meet at a gay nightclub. They talk about their lives, and then they go their separate ways. But that's about it. The story is not about these two men. It's about the men's lives. It's about a whole bunch of people who meet, and the stories they tell about them. The movie is a lot of fun. There are a lot of funny moments, and I was really moved by the scenes where they go their separate ways. It's really funny, and it's really moving. I thought it was a really good film, and I think it's one of the best I've seen. It's not really a political film, but it's a good film. It's one of the best movies I've seen in a long time. It's really well made, and I think it's worth seeing.

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My wife and I had never heard of the case before watching this film. We were surprised to see that the case was so well known. I think it was a well done documentary. It was interesting to see the reasons that the murderer went to extreme lengths to murder these three women. I would recommend this to any family member who has any knowledge of this case. If you have never heard of it, then you should watch this film.

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I am a long time fan of Laura Brown. I have seen her work in a number of documentaries and in films. In this film she documents the murder of a young girl by her father in 1969. The documentary is very informative and well worth watching. I would have liked to see a bit more footage of the real murder case, but I am sure there is enough material to fill another film. The film is an excellent portrayal of the work of the Innocence Project. It also tells us of the case of another young girl, who was falsely accused of a murder in the same area of the country. She was later found innocent. The film also tells us of the work of the local police, and the investigation into the murder. I have seen the film twice, and I am sure I will buy it. I also believe it is very well done. It is worth seeing, and I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in the history of wrongful convictions.

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Rebecca G.

This documentary is about the infamous murder of the Irish-American mathematician John Nash, and it tells his story with interviews with his wife, his two children, and a close friend. The film is essentially a series of vignettes, each of which tells a different story about the man who was the first to apply the mathematical method to solve a number of difficult problems, and it was the breakthrough that led to the rest of the field of mathematics. I really like the way the film presents his life, but I think the problem with the documentary is that it is all too long. The story is told in a documentary style, and I found it difficult to stay interested in it all. The other problem is that the film is pretty dull. The film has a lot of boring bits in it, and the boring bits are not as interesting as the ones that are interesting. I did like the film, but I think that it is a little bit too long, and I think that it would have been better if they had edited the film down a little bit. 8/10

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I know this is a movie that has a lot of hype around it, but this is my opinion and I'm writing this as I think this movie is excellent and is definitely worth seeing. It is so hard to tell who is the real person. I am a biopharmaceutical engineer and I have a couple of colleagues who are also biopharmaceutical engineers. I was in the middle of a massive project to synthesize a drug to treat several diseases and my colleagues are working on a drug to treat multiple sclerosis, a very painful disease that affects a lot of people in their forties. I had the opportunity to meet with the lead scientist on this project and I had to ask him some questions and after that I was able to ask the other scientists and they were able to answer some questions about the project as well. This is the first time that I have been able to see the inside of a big pharmaceutical company, and I am very impressed by the information that was provided to me. I am very impressed by the information that they provided to me and I think that this is an excellent documentary and I recommend it to everyone.

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Madison Austin

A story about the death of 9/11, the connection between the hijackers and the terrorists, and the tragedy that unfolded on that fateful day. This film is the story of two individuals, Richard Reid (James Caan) and his wife, Sarah Smith (Anjelica Huston), whose lives were forever changed when their lives were threatened by terrorists. This is a true story that you don't want to miss. It was a story of courage, and a story of love, and a story that will stay with you forever. This is a must-see movie for everyone.

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Justin Perkins

I have seen the documentary "12-year-old German girl finds out she is not her twin sister" and it was amazing. It really made you think. It was a very well made documentary and the questions that the film asked were very relevant to what happened to the two women. The documentary was very well made and the questions were well-posed. It was also very interesting to see how the two women were treated and how they reacted to the documentary. It really made you think about what you had just watched. I really recommend watching the documentary.

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George S.

A fascinating film, the film is an examination of the psychological issues of the people involved, the filmmakers use some great documentary techniques to give the film a more personal touch. It is a fascinating look at a whole new world of drugs and drugs addiction, it is well worth a look. I would recommend it to anyone interested in drug addiction or the ways that drugs affect people. This film is definitely worth watching, the documentary style is a great touch. I give it an 8 out of 10.

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Steven Brewer

I watched this film for my History class and I thought it was interesting. I think it was very well done and I'm glad I went to see it. It was a little slow at times but I think it was worth it.

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Mildred D.

I watched this movie as part of a class project and I loved it. It was not only a documentary but it also had a great story. I think it is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. It was so well done and so interesting. I would highly recommend this movie to anyone who wants to see a different view of the death penalty. It was so different than other documentaries I have seen. The film was also very entertaining and it kept me interested all the way through. The film was a lot like the book it was based on, which was very interesting. This film had a very good story line and it was interesting. I loved it and I would highly recommend it to anyone. It was a very interesting film and I would recommend it to anyone.

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I'm a big fan of documentary and film making and I found this film to be a very good one. I didn't find it to be a documentary but rather a film about how two people from different cultures met and became friends. The film has many points that will make you think and it's interesting to see how two people from different cultures came to be friends. I think that if you like documentaries, you'll enjoy this film. If you like movies, you'll probably enjoy this film as well.

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This film is a good and balanced account of the most recent World War II. The German's are portrayed in a positive light and are shown to be human beings with their own feelings and thoughts. The Italian's are shown in a negative light and are shown to be "ugly" and "evil". The American's are shown as being very well-educated, highly-skilled and able to function in the civilian world. This is not a Nazi film, but rather a film of a period in history that is not remembered by the American public. I would recommend this film to anyone interested in World War II.

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Elizabeth E.

I watched this movie for the first time recently, and thought it was brilliant. I am a Christian, and I think this movie shows us how people with disabilities, as well as those with mental illness, are treated in the world. The whole point of this movie is to show us that there are no good guys and bad guys in this world, just as there are no good people and bad people in this world. I think it is a great movie, and I recommend it to anyone who is a Christian.

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Billy Nguyen

An excellent film, very well told, that I wish more films would be like this. You learn that the people in the documentary are very different from each other. You get to learn that even though they are different, they have a lot in common. I recommend it highly. I'm planning to see it again.