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Mark Ruffalo Gets a Detective Visit in 'What Doesn't Kill You' New Clip

December 17, 2008 (6:27 am) GMT
In a newly-released clip of 'What Doesn't Kill You', Mark Ruffalo's Brian Reilly comes home with two pizza and gets a visit from Donnie Wahlberg's Detective Moran.
Mark Ruffalo Gets a Detective Visit in 'What Doesn't Kill You' New Clip

MTV has brought forth an exclusive clip of the upcoming "". With the running time of about a minute, the snippet to the gritty Boston crime drama shows the time Brian whose criminal way of life is beginning to spiral dangerously out of control gets a visit from Moran, a local police detective.

Centering its story on two childhood friends, Brian and Paulie, whose hard lives and friendship bond makes them brothers, "What Doesn't Kill You" follows the two as they grow up and get into more serious offenses which finally land them a serving time behind bars. When they are released, Brian tries to get clean from his past.

However, Paulie has big plans to liberate them from their life of crime by planning one last heist, a bold and potentially violent daylight robbery. Brian is faced with the hardest choice he ever imagines, stand by his friend or salvage his family. Starring , , and , this Brian Goodman-directed film has been screened in limited theaters since Friday, December 12.

"What Doesn't Kill You" - MTV Clip:



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