Mark Ruffalo bites into the juiciest of actor buffets in "I Know This Much is True," portraying twin brothers, one of whom is a paranoid schizophrenic. Once you get past the soapy title, this six-episode limited series offers a grim but gripping adaptation of Wally Lamb's book, rife with tormented family history and the struggle to overcome the past. > read whole article

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