I'M SO SORRY
I'm So Sorry' is part essay film, part observation and part social research, exploring the meaning and purpose of public apologies, and their role as a tool for recovery and healing.
A timely and momentous film, 'I'm So Sorry' looks at a modern phenomenon that has been shaping our world for decades: the public apology.
It is an essential part of the narrative threads of history, and we must aim to understand those threads. Apologies are, in the end, part of a story, and those who decide how those stories are told will be the ones writing the discourse
of the present and the future.
Supported by Flanders Audiovisual Fund, deAUTEURS
UNTITLED JAPAN PROJECT