‘Three Identical Strangers’ and ‘Leave No Trace’ Leave Big Mark on Indie Box Office

While the indie box office has been up-and-down, it definitely closed out June on a high note, as two new releases, Neon’s “Three Identical Strangers” and Bleecker Street’s “Leave No Trace,” scored exceptionally high per screen averages.“Three Identical Strangers” had the top average of the week, releasing on five screens and earning just over $163,000 for a per screen average of $32,605. The documentary from Tim Wardle follows the true story of triplets who were separated at birth and discovered each other as adults. While their reunion became a feel-good story in the press, their journey soon turns dark as the brothers discover why they were separated in the first place. The film currently has a 94 percent score on Rotten Tomatoes.Also Read: 'Three Identical Strangers' Film Review: Doc Follows Separated Triplets Down Tragic Life Paths“Leave No Trace,” which stars Ben Foster and newcomer Thomasin Harcourt McKenzie, ...

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