Wardle has pulled off an interesting feat. He has told these brothers' story, raised infuriating questions about the abuses of science, and by the end challenges the viewer to wonder about what makes us all tick.
Those familiar with the story of the triplets will find plenty to be shocked and moved by in Three Identical Strangers, and those with no knowledge of the familial break-up and continuing fall out will be blown away and left with plenty to think about.
The less you know about Three Identical Strangers going in, the better, so don't read this part until after you've seen the movie. And you should see it, because it's brilliantly made and contains riveting material.