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Published: Sep 10, 2008
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Viggo Mortensen Says Sorry For Canada Confusion
by Staff

Actor Viggo Mortensen was forced to apologise to the Canadian government, after mistaking the country with the U.S. and accusing officials of abusing their power.

The Danish star appeared at a Toronto Film Festival panel discussion on Sunday (07Sep08) to introduce the movie The People Speak, a film based on the book A People's History of the United States about dissent and resistance to power.

Mortensen, wearing a t-shirt that read "Impeach Remove Jail", complained to the audience about things "that have been happening in the last eight years in this country."

When pointed out he was in Canada and not the U.S, Mortensen replied, "My apologies."

The actor, in Toronto promoting his new movie Appaloosa, was joined on the panel by Matt Damon, Josh Brolin and Marisa Tomei. (c) WENN

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