81: Tim Wardle on “Three Identical Strangers”

Separated at birth, the triplets Bobby, Eddy and David discovered each other by accident at age 19 in 1980. They became media sensations. Madonna cast them in a movie and they opened a Manhattan restaurant called triplets. Their lives took many twists and turns that are documented in the film “Three Identical Strangers.” Pure Nonfiction host Thom Powers interviewed British director Tim Wardle at the Miami Film Festival in March. The conversation avoids spoilers.

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Ellen Enoch-Marx - July 22, 2018

So how are the brothers doing now? Are they working through their loss of twenty years? Are they learning to come to terms with the unethical injustices brought upon them?

My cousin was given up for adoption 71 years ago through the Wise agency. We’re they experimenting then? We found her through AncestryDNA.

Have been reminded of this by Ellen Cervone, an old camp friend through Facebook.

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