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Following the parallel lives of identical twin brothers Dominick and Thomas Birdsey in a story of betrayal, sacrifice and forgiveness.

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A lifetime of animosity between Dominick and Ray spills over in public at an inopportune time; after an unexpected tragedy, Dominick seeks reconciliation with those he has hurt; Dominick gets answers.
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Upon learning the details of his Sicilian grandfather's arrival in the early 1900s to Three Rivers, Dominick becomes convinced his family is cursed; a startling update on Thomas from an unlikely source prompts Dominick to take drastic action.
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Dominick returns to work before fully recovering from his accident; heavily medicated, Dominick recalls the disturbing incident that led to Thomas' first hospitalization while counting down the hours to Thomas' hearing with the Hatch review board.
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Lisa Sheffer preps Dominick for a hearing with Hatch's review board that could decide Thomas' fate; an encounter with an old classmate brings painful childhood memories to the surface; Dominick reflects on his and Thomas' time together at college.
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Tensions arise between Dominick and his girlfriend, Joy, as the media takes an interest in Thomas' case; Dominick finds a potential ally in social worker Lisa Sheffer but clashes with Thomas' psychiatrist, Dr. Patel, as she probes into his past.
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After paranoid schizophrenic Thomas Birdsey has a violent breakdown, his twin, Dominick, finds himself stepping up to defend Thomas in unexpected ways; Dominick reflects on their childhood growing up under the tyrannical rule of their stepfather.
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HD. A look inside the HBO series I Know This Much Is True.
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HD. Hear what the director of I Know This Much Is True has to say about episode 1.

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