One response to “Movie Review: Three Identical Strangers”

  1. Frank B.

    (mild spoiler alert) In my field of public health, there are so many twins-separated-at-birth studies. Not recent studies, but in the textbooks, stuff you learn in the core curriculum. I always wondered about these – twins aren’t too common, adoption isn’t too common. Plus if you are able to compare them, that means you are consciously tracking them from the start. I suspect there are many more stories like this out there, some maybe in plain sight.

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