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I Know This Much Is True: Miniseries (2020)
Critic Consensus: I Know This Much is True's relentlessly grim plotting makes it a difficult watch, but the strength of Mark Ruffalo's dual performances is enough to make it a dark tale worth tuning into.
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as Dominick Birdsey/Thomas Birdsey
as Lisa Sheffer
as Dr. Patel
as Joy Hanks
as Ray Birdsey
as Dominick Birdsey/Thomas Birdsey (young adult)
as Dessa Constantine (young)
as Ralph Drinkwater
as Sergeant Mercado
as Domenico Onofrio Tempesta
as Dr. Hume
as Nedra Frank
as Dessa Constantine
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It's not Ruffalo's fault - he's great here - but the material is spread too thin over too much canvas, then culminates in too banal a "truth." In a word, it's as dull as it is grim.
Each brother could become a showy caricature of their written selves, and yet [Ruffalo] lives in the small, quiet moments as well as big, explosive outbursts.
"I Know This Much Is True" misses the mark in terms of storytelling. It just sits there, a roiling mass of misery that fails to provide you with a compelling reason to keep watching.
Seeing actors do what they do best, with Cianfrance giving them the space to do it, makes I Know This Much is True a real feast.
I Know This Much is True does not manage to fully captivate its audience due to its very lose adaptation of the source material. [Full Review in Spanish]
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