"Three strangers are reunited by astonishing coincidence after being born identical triplets, separated at birth, and adopted by three different families." That's part of the summarized description for "Three Identical Strangers," which opens in theaters on Friday.
The more I hear about this movie, the more insane the whole story behind it seems.
A Huffington Post article published this morning outlines some of the history behind a shady study that was apparently being conducted without the triplets' knowledge (or that of their adoptive parents), and further suggests there may have multiple efforts to cover things up.
Looks like a really interesting movie:
And this is definitely an interesting read: