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 fantastically funny and moving short and New York Story!
8 December 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is a wonderfully funny and hilarious short film that also has a great dramatic edge... terrific thruline and arc... and is truly moving. All New Yorkers will relish this story but any man or woman especially women will be impressed and touched by the dynamic explored between man and woman... stranger to stranger in this beautifully shot short (kudos to the cameraman and director) with great music that has the earmarks of a great Larry David episode or the angst of a fantastic Albert Brooks movie... I suggest the previous mentioned see this film because I love and adore this film! It accurately deals with love, confrontation, and hostility in the big city and how we co-exist. I recommend this short film to everyone and to mature kids of all ages.


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