Director Tim Wardle’s documentary re-examines the 1980 publicity blitz triggered by the reunion of long-lost New York triplets Bobby Shafran, Eddy Galland, and David Kellman. After reliving the heart-warming serendipity of their chance reunion, the film pivots to the question of why the triplets were raised by separate families with no knowledge of each other’s existence.~Kyle Lavigne
Q&A with David Kellman, Robert Shafran and director Tim Wardle
Feature commentary with director Tim Wardle and editor Michael Harte
This movie/documentary was well worth watching! I hope that in the next few years that a follow up documentary is created as more is discovered out about the studies. I also hope that more people that were involved with the adoption service will come forward and share what they know.
A very interesting and surprising documentary. This movie keeps you engaged from beginning to end. Very well executed and somewhat surreal on how it plays out.
This review is from Three Identical Strangers [Includes Digital Copy] [Blu-ray] 
I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Must see documentary!!!
This is an incredible documentary… Grabs you in the beginning and keeps you engaged until the very end. Make sure you watch all the extras because they are as important as the movie itself. And make plenty of time for discussion with your friends afterwards. It says a lot about both genetics and family dynamics. Put plenty of quiet time aside for this one...you need to let it all sink in.
This review is from Three Identical Strangers [DVD]