Wow, I was going to make this a review with spoilers, but I’m writing it on my phone and it’s not giving me the option.
So bear with me.
It seems that most of the story is given away in the trailer, but the documentary goes far deeper than that. Much like Errol Morris’ Tabloid, once you don’t think I can get any crazier, it does.
It also explored nature vs. nurture pretty well. On the outside, the three identical brothers seemed identical on a superficial level. As they dug deeper, the differences between the triplets and how they were raised was astounding. Several genetic factors played a part in how they turned out, but the different environments also proved to be a huge consideration.
The editing, pacing, and careful unveiling of surprises was done in an immaculate manner.
This was the 252nd film I saw using Movie Pass.