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I KNOW THIS MUCH IS TRUE
May 17, 2020  | By David Bianculli

HBO, 9:00 p.m. ET

 
Last week, this HBO miniseries, featuring Mark Ruffalo in a dual role, began with one of the more gripping opening scenes in years kicking off a TV drama in recent memory. Ruffalo plays twin brothers, one of whom is schizophrenic – and who, in the starting scenes, goes to a public library, begins quoting from the Bible, and cuts off his own hand. Then his brother, in the emergency room, supports his twin’s pleas to not have the hand reattached. How do you not keep watching after that? And later in that same hour, Juliette Lewis, as a language professor, proved even more unstable than the one brotherTonight, Episode 2…
 
 
 
 
 
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