Three Identical Strangers

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Rochester's film community is truly amazing -- a smart, passionate group who help make this a special place. While we love nothing more than for you to find that next magical film under our Art Deco roof with the largest possible bag of Little Popcorn, or to enjoy live music in our cafe, the safety of our guests and employees is the top priority. As a result, The Little has decided to suspend all film/music programming, and temporarily close to the public until further notice.

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Three Identical Strangers

Special Screening
Special One-Time Screening

Duration: 

96m

Rating: 

PG-13

About the Film:

Ends Thursday, August 30.

In 1980, through a series of coincidences, two complete strangers—19-year-olds RobertShafran and Edward Galland —made the astonishing discovery that they were identical twins. They had been separated at birth, adopted and raised by different families. Even more incredibly, when their story ran in the New York Post, another 19 year-old, David Kellman, realized he was  their triplet, adopted  to yet another family.

After an overwhelmingly joyful reunion, they became instant media sensation sensations, interviewed by Tom Brokaw and Phil Donahue, clubbing at Studio 54, even appearing in a moviewith Madonna. But the brothers’ discovery set in motion a chain of events that, decades later, unearthed an extraordinary and disturbing secret.

The Arizona Republic says, “Tim Wardle’s documentary contains as many twists as a great thriller.”

Newsday calls it “a riveting, stranger than fiction documentary that plays out like a mystery novel.”

THREE IDENTICAL STRANGERS [Trailer] In theaters June 29th