A most excellent documentary: compelling, thought-provoking, disturbing.
Saw this by accident as the movie I picked was sold out. It starts slow but quickly becomes compelling. It a dark story. It's a fabulous film, just what a documentary should be like.
While compelling, definitely a strange story, it leaves the viewer with no conclusion. Good stories have a beginning, middle, end. There was no concrete conclusion and you walk away wondering what this is all about, other than that of what appears to be human manipulation for no known purpose. Some interviews, but no one able or willing to come up with facts, reasons why, etc. Etc. My score is because I did feel sorry for these triplets, not because the movie was good. It wasn’t,
How old was Eddy when he committed suicide? How much therapy during growing up did each boy receive.? After Eddy died why didn't the other 2 siblings go onto the talk shows and explain their situation? ?????? Since the experiment was found out after 20 years there had to be a lot more people who know and helped the psychiatrist Dr. Where are they and were they contacted? How could documents being under lock and key until 2066? There's other people's lives affected. There a whole lot missing in this documentary.