Greenwich Entertainment, a leading independent film distributor, has recently acquired the rights to Sorry/Not Sorry, a new documentary delving into the Louis C.K. sexual misconduct scandal. The highly anticipated film made its world premiere at the esteemed Toronto Film Festival.
Sorry/Not Sorry is based on the significant expose of Louis C.K.’s misconduct, originally published by The New York Times. The documentary is a co-production between The New York Times and Left/Right, with co-direction by Caroline Suh and Cara Mones.
Upon its premiere in Toronto, Sorry/Not Sorry received a mix of reviews from critics. The Hollywood Reporter highlighted the film’s lack of a fresh perspective on the scandal, while still acknowledging its relevance in exploring the ongoing debate surrounding the return of entertainers accused of sexual misconduct.
The documentary provides an in-depth exploration of whether individuals involved in such scandals should be allowed to reclaim their place in the public sphere. It tackles the complex and sensitive topic through interviews, archival footage, and expert analysis, allowing viewers to form their own opinions.
Greenwich Entertainment successfully negotiated the acquisition deal with CAA Media Finance, acting on behalf of The New York Times. However, the financial terms of the agreement have not been publicly disclosed.
Sorry/Not Sorry promises to shed new light on one of the most significant scandals in the entertainment industry and spark conversations on accountability, redemption, and the boundaries of forgiveness. As the film secures distribution, audiences can eagerly anticipate the opportunity to engage with this thought-provoking and timely documentary.