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A Sorry State by Mitch Miyagawa

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.

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Longtime fan of East Asian films. Former "movie reporter" on the music radio show / podcast "Beats From The East" broadcasted on Concordia University's CJLO 1690AM radio station in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

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