A Sorry State is a 47-minute documentary on the meaning of government apologies.
With three Canadian government apologies to his parents and stepparents for past racist actions, filmmaker Mitch Miyagawa has the most apologized-to family in the country—maybe even the world.
But what do they mean, to his parents, his young children and to his country? A Sorry State chronicles his life-changing journey of discovery.
Co-produced with Panacea Entertainment, A Sorry State was commissioned by TVO.
Wednesday, January 9, 2013 at 9 pm (World Broadcast Premiere) and midnight EST
Thursday, January 10 at 9 pm
Sunday, January 13 at 11 pm
Contact us through Up and Away for details on how to organize a screening in your city. Mitch is also available to give talks and keynotes, and facilitate discussions related to the film.