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Does ‘Three Identical Strangers’ play fair with its audience?

"Three Identical Strangers" is a documentary about triplets separated at birth by a Jewish-affiliated adoption agency in 1961. (Courtesy of NEON)

NEW YORK (JTA) — A critical consensus has formed around the hit documentary film “Three Identical Strangers,” which can be summarized in the title of one of its glowing reviews: “‘Three Identical Strangers’ Is as Unnerving as It Is Thrilling.” This story of three triplets, reunited as teenagers after… Read more »

Separated at birth was anything but a joke for ‘Three Identical Strangers’

From an inspiring family reunion to a jaw-dropping “shanda,” the documentary “Three Identical Strangers” offers plot twists and emotional turns that top anything Hollywood has to offer this summer. The New York-area triplets, who discovered by chance in 1980 that they had been placed for adoption with three different… Read more »