The Best Time for a New Documentary
The recent health crisis had an unprecedented number of people staying at home, and it’s during that time that many of them discovered their love for documentaries. And how could they not? Nowadays, there’s a documentary on virtually any topic, from competitive tickling to the mega-famous Tiger King. So, what better way to learn something new while you’re at home than through a well-made documentary?
1. Three Identical Strangers
This documentary follows the lives of three identical triplets, who as part of a mysterious and bizarre scientific study, were separated at birth. They later reunite as adults at the age of 19 and start looking for answers. Find out what happens with brothers Bobby Shafran, David Kellman, and Eddy Galland in this incredible documentary.
Prepare for unexpected turns and twists in this mind-boggling story. A New Zealand journalist randomly finds a video on the Internet about competitive endurance tickling, and he decides to investigate. He flies to the U.S. to see where the story will lead him. What he finds though is far from funny and ticklish. It’s dark, twisted, and plain weird.
Remember back in 2017 when there was supposed to be a massively huge luxurious music festival on a private island in the Bahamas that promised nothing but exclusive 24/7 partying? The festival with the A-list line-up that was heavily promoted by models? Yep, that one. Well, here’s the story of how and why it all tumbled down quicker than a house of cards. Spoiler: Billy Mcfarland, who came up with the idea, now has a warm seat in prison.