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How a group of triplets became 'Three Identical Strangers'




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The documentary "Three Identical Strangers" tells the story of triplets who were separated at birth and were reunited by happenstance.

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How a group of triplets became "Three Identical Strangers" 

(Starts at 19:42)

What if you were a twin but you never knew it? Then, one day, you meet someone who looks just like you ... and then yet another lookalike surfaces. That's what happened to three young men in the early 1980s. Their story gets even more bizarre after they meet, and it's all told in the new documentary, "Three Identical Strangers."

Guest: Tim Wardle, director of "Three Identical Strangers"

The Motion Picture Academy continues its diversity push

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In its campaign to improve gender and racial diversity among its membership, the organization behind the Oscars announced more than 900 new members this week. But many of them have only a tangential relationship to the movie industry. What does that mean for the Academy's guidelines, which call for members to have "exceptional achievement in the field of theatrical motion pictures”? 

Guest: Rebecca Keegan, Hollywood correspondent for Vanity Fair

Two exhibitions bring street art indoors 

(Starts at 20:12)

Street art is everywhere in Los Angeles, but we seldom know who made it and why. Now, two new Chinatown gallery shows invite you to take a closer look at these outsider artists by stepping inside.