At last on the small screen, my 2007 short "12 Ways to Say I'm Sorry," in which we examine what Canadians mean by the expression, "I'm sorry."
Guess what it doesn't mean?
Labels: Alex, shorts
Hey, your Canadian ways to say sorry are awfully similar to the ones we use in Australia.
Out of curiosity, was the 4-year delay in getting it online due to the festival circuit? Or did it just get shelved for a while?
Actually, we've been making money with it. It aired on Air Canada, and assorted TV channels here and there!
Haha, way better. Nice work. :)
I had to use one of those methods when my watching this woke my wife.
This is a great short film. It so packed with great scenes and dialog. I love how the characters leave and return.
Shouldn't there be, like, some sort of button, that I can click, so I can post a link to this on facebook? Would that be infringement of your intellectual property?
@leanet3: if you go to YouTube, you can share or embed the video:
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