I Know This Much Is True Review

A family that is full of secrets. A never-ending misery and battle with oneself. A story of a “not so perfect” man but who knows “this much is true”.

“I Know This Much Is True” isn’t a journey that everyone would like to go on. Phenomenal acting helped audiences to go through the ever-increasing misery of the protagonist in this mini-series.

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DIRECTION
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STORY
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SCREENPLAY
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ACTING
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CINEMATOGRAPHY
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DRAMA
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PACE
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EDITING
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ART DIRECTION
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DIALOGUES
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MUSIC
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FEEL GOOD
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OVERALL
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NEPOTISM QUOTIENT
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ORIGINALITY QUOTIENT
CONNECTION INDEX
80%
CLIMAX INDEX
59%
  • Mark Ruffalo
  • John Procaccino
  • Rob Huebel
  • Gabe Fazio
  • Derek Cianfrance

6 Episodes

Each episode of 60 mins.

POSITIVES

Effortless and impactful acting. An inspiration that may make a permanent impact on your thought process.

NEGATIVES

It is difficult to withstand dark and never-ending misery where other colors of the protagonist's life are not shown. The screenplay has only shown the gloomy side of the story, though the end is on a positive note

WHO SHOULD WATCH THIS

The one who wants to see a realistic and thought-provoking cinema

WHO SHOULDN'T WATCH THIS

The one who does not want to go through a gloomy movie.
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