The New Republic’s erstwhile wunderkind — fired for fabricating stories in 1998 — says he’s sorry. Stephen Glass, the infamous subject of the film Shattered Glass, apologizes for writing journalistic fables. He also regrets that he couldn’t convince California to let him practice law. Now middle-aged, he’s preparing witnesses for personal-injury lawsuits, keeping a vegan diet and seemingly has his life on track. Channeling her anger and skepticism, a former colleague — and a victim of his deceptions — comes to grips with his troubled past.