Looking for a good thriller? Try this documentary.
As the title suggests, this is a movie about triplets separated at birth. They discover one another by accident when two of them attend the same college. They rejoice and live their adult lives as brothers.
All this comes out near the beginning of this 96-minute film. It's an amazing story, but there's much more. As they discover the circumstances of their birth and their adoptions, the intrigue deepens. In a present-day interview, one of the brothers describes what they discover as "like some Nazi shit."
The way director Tim Wardle tells their story is worthy of Hitchcock. Each segment of the movie reveals the facts of a stage in their lives and includes one loose end, which leads the brothers and those who help them to the next stage. The suspense deepens until the end.
If you didn't know this story is true, you wouldn't believe it. You literally cannot make this stuff up.