Hundreds of Dutch citizens have uploaded videos to YouTube showing themselves holding signs with apologies for the film.
In other anti-Fitna clips, the subjects simply say the words, "I'm sorry."
A website called Sorry for the Film encourages users to upload photos of themselves to indicate they do not support the views propagated in Fitna. Mediamatic, a technology collective based in Amsterdam, posted instructions for making "Sorry Fitna" videos.
After its release, the film drew condemnation from Muslims and a call for a boycott of the Netherlands.
Wilders said Monday he would cut a controversial cartoon by Danish artist Kurt Westergaard from the film to avoid a lawsuit by the Danish Union of Journalists.
Last Mod: 02 Nisan 2008, 00:06