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(21256) 7.7 96 min 2018

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....

Robert Shafran, Howard Schneider, Michael Domnitz, Ellen Cervone
Documentary, Drama, History, Biography, Mystery
Tim Wardle

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary, Drama, History, Biography, Mystery
Director Tim Wardle
Writer Grace Hughes-Hallett
Stars Robert Shafran, Howard Schneider, Michael Domnitz, Ellen Cervone
Country UK
Also Known As まったく同じ3人の他人, Tres idénticos desconocidos, Tři blízcí neznámí, Três Estranhos Idênticos, Három egyforma idegen, Üç Tanidik Yabanci, 三個一模一樣的陌生人, Trys nepazistami broliai, Shlosha Za'rim Zehim, Bliscy nieznajomi
Runtime 1H 36M
Description 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. But their quest to find out why turns into a bizarre and sinister mystery.

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Saturday, 22 Aug 2020 21:46

This is a very well-done film that does not call for too much of a reaction. The main character in the film, Max, suffers from a severe case of post-traumatic stress disorder. His mental health issues have caused him to be self-destructive, has his life spiraling out of control, and to turn to drug addiction. This causes his family to not want to accept him for who he is, and his lawyer to try to protect him from his own medical issues. Max's doctor, Dr. David Howden, has given up and was forced to take time off work to help him. He left the hospital and found a new home to stay in. This place is a large house in a quiet residential neighborhood in Miami, Florida. At first, the fact that Max is gay causes his family to reject him, but they eventually realize he is a good person, and they become friends with him and his family. As a result, Max gets some support from his family, but is also drawn to a gay man named Billy (Tiffany Hughes) who has a fiancee. This causes Max to get help from Billy and her family and friends, and he eventually helps them with his own issues. When Max and Billy finally get married, he has to work at a job that he doesn't like, which makes him feel like a failure, but he has to deal with the fact that his family does not like him, and he must go on with his life. I think that the film could have done with some more detail, but it is still a very good film. It is also important to note that there is no hard-and-fast message in this film, because there is no message. It is a very interesting film, and it should be watched by all people who are dealing with mental illness.
Friday, 17 Jul 2020 12:39

I'll start by saying that I am a bit of a romantic. I have read a number of biographies on Bob Dylan and have heard many a folk song sung about him. I have also seen the documentary on this film. I have never had the opportunity to see the movie but have seen some of the trailer. In some ways, this film is more of a documentary on Bob Dylan than a biography. In many ways, this film is more about him than his life. I also think it's a bit biased in that it seems to be more about his biographies than it is about his life. I am certainly not a Dylan fan. I like the music, I like his songs, I like the way he sings, but I'm not a Dylan fan. I'm a music lover. And I'm not a fan of those biographies on the people that Dylan had a significant impact on. I think this film is well done, I just think it's a bit biased. I'm also not sure if it's right for some people. The movie is quite an engaging movie, in that it's funny and moving and all that. But I would have liked to have seen more of Dylan himself. I think that I would have liked to see the way in which he dealt with his illness. There was a scene where Dylan says something to an interviewer who was saying that he was experiencing some type of strange psychosis. I think the interviewer should have been in the room with Dylan at that point. It's an interesting moment but it doesn't have a lot of bearing on the story. Also, I think that Dylan's autobiography is way too long. I mean, how many times is this guy going to have to go back and read the whole thing? I think it's about 200 pages. I think this is a story of a person's life. I just didn't like the story being told as a series of snapshots. I don't know if that's an accurate reflection of the biographies. It's almost as if Dylan was out of his mind in those years. It just doesn't seem like that happened to him. If you're a Dylan fan, you'll probably like this movie. If you're not, you may not like it.

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