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The Apologist (2005)

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Joe is a serial apologist. Totally self-absorbed, he says "I'm sorry" so often, even he doesn't know what the words mean anymore--that is, until a female he tramples refuses his apology. ... See full summary »

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Joe is a serial apologist. Totally self-absorbed, he says "I'm sorry" so often, even he doesn't know what the words mean anymore--that is, until a female he tramples refuses his apology. Face to face with his own hypocrisy, he learns just how powerful sincerity can be. Written by New York Short Stories

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A serial apologist learns the true meaning of forgiveness.

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Short | Comedy | Drama | Romance

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11 November 2005 (USA)  »

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A Classic New York Story
9 January 2006 | by (New York, NY) – See all my reviews

Guy Shahar's short, The Apologist, is probably one the better shorts I've seen in a while. It's very clever and reminded me of classic New York films like 'When Harry Met Sally' and 'Manhattan.'

The film revels in its ability to mix quirky characters with a typical New York situation. Just when you think you're watching a frothy comedy, it surprises you and reveals how observant it is about the relationships between men and women. Plus, with its black and white photography, it makes New York positively glow.

This film is going to do very well at the festivals (or should, anyway) and hopefully people will be able to catch it on TV. Be sure to check it out if you get a chance.


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