Three Identical Strangers
UK Rated PG 96 minutes
Directed by: Tim Wardle
Sunday 27 January 6pm
Wednesday 30 January morning screening time TBC
Tickets on sale from the box office - normal pricing applies
Members and non-members welcome
The film premiered at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival, where it won the U.S. Documentary Special Jury Award for Storytelling.
Like something out of The Twilight Zone, this Special Jury Prize winner at Sundance is an incredible true story of triplets separated at birth … but that’s just the beginning of an even more incredible story.
Prepare to pick your jaw up off the floor as you learn about Bobby, Eddy and David – identical triplets separated at birth. Discovering one another completely by accident at age 19, the three strangers became news sensations appearing on magazine covers, talk shows and even the dancefloor of Studio 54. Reality stars before Big Brother was ever conceived. But it wasn’t long before questions were asked, and The New Yorker’s investigative journalist Lawrence Wright began seeking the truth behind the brothers’ unique situation.
Picking up the story decades later, director Tim Wardle expertly raises moral and ethical questions and the timeless debate of nature versus nurture as he follows the tangled threads to their increasingly disturbing ends. Three Identical Strangers is both a remarkable real-life tale and bona fide thriller that understandably took Sundance by storm. It is a true event film for documentary lovers.
“Jaw-dropping … a gripping, stranger-than-fiction account [that] begins as a human-interest story and builds to an impressive work of investigative journalism.” – VARIETY
“Surreal and surprising, Three Identical Strangers effectively questions the nature of reality and identity” – ROTTEN TOMATOES
“A riveting, stranger-than-fiction documentary that plays out like a mystery novel” – NEWSDAY
“A documentary that plays like a nerve-jangling thriller” – THE WRAP
“This is riveting, deeply unsettling stuff” – NEW YORK POST
“Three Identical Strangers, is stranger (and wilder and weirder) than most. You really need to see this film to believe it actually happened” – ENTERTAINENT WEEKLY