1. Will you give me some clarification of your behavior.
2. Will you give me any clarification of your behavior.
Is it possible to use the first alternative, i.e. with "some". I was taught that there are some restrictions regarding using "some" in the clauses before the countable nouns in singular. (I suppose that the noun "clarification" is countable.) So when you say "I gave the money to some man" it is supposed to mean that I am not interested in the personality of the man. He is irrelevant for me. Does not have by chance the first question (with "some") the same connotation?