A new documentary about comedian Louis C.K., titled “Sorry/Not Sorry,” debuted at the Toronto International Film Festival. However, the film faced challenges as “every single famous comedian” approached to speak about C.K.’s actions declined to participate. This includes women who had previously spoken out against C.K. in 2017 but no longer want to comment publicly. The documentary’s producer, Kathleen Lingo, highlighted the bravery of the women who did participate. Louis C.K. himself did not participate in the documentary. Despite controversy, C.K.’s career has continued with successful world tours and a Grammy win for his comedy album “Sorry.” Showtime dropped its planned backing of the documentary.