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Three Identical Strangers review: a good film about bad science

5 December 2018

Three Identical Strangers review: a good film about bad science

What begins as a feel-good human-interest documentary about the dance of nature and nurture will leave you feeling very angry indeed – and much better informed

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It starts gently enough: the kind of titillating, feel-good human-interest story we’re bound to love. Are we unique snowflakes, visited upon the Earth by the angels of nature, or are we lumps of undifferentiated Play-Doh, nurtured into being over time by our environment?

One day in 1980, adopted 19-year-old Jewish kid Bobby Shafran hops into his burgundy-green Volvo, in gung-ho teensterism named the “Old Bitch”, and arrives for his first day at community college in upstate New York – and discovers through the shocked reactions of his classmates that there …

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