Sorry Not Sorry: The BRWC Review

Sorry Not Sorry: The BRWC Review

Sorry Not Sorry: The BRWC Review. By Richard Schertzer.

Louis C. K. is already a controversial figure with the help of his allegations levied against him, but this documentary just brings all of that to light with some much-needed context and nicely shot interviews.

The film goes over C.K.’s rise to fame as a comedian and how it all got torpedoed by the women that he jerked off in front of. I wish I was lying but that’s the truth. 



The documentary is produced by The New York Times and while I don’t believe in everything that they publish, they did a pretty damn good job bringing this content to life and understanding the true gross and bizarre nature of Louis C.K

I don’t personally think that C.K. should be forever canceled because of his actions, but doing this type of thing is going to leave a mark on his career forever. The film is cleverly crafted and informative in its own right like watching an A&E special.

I’m certain that most Louis C.K. fans will detest this movie’s very existence simply for telling the truth, but somebody had to say it. I’m not really a Louis C.K. fan but it’s still for good entertainment.

To put it bluntly, the documentary has an earnestness and ambition that was made by the bravest and boldest.


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