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A bilingual sitcom about a family run dépanneur in Montréal and its regulars.

Montréal, QC
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Week #3 The Differentiator Dépflies

A bilingual punk rock sitcom with a huge heart. Une série télévisée bilingue "punk rock" à grand coeur. Set in a gritty neighbourhood in Montréal, the story draws upon a beautiful mix of the profound and the mundane. The series showcases original Canadian music and isn't afraid to tackle contemporary social issues and go on crazy adventures.

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Simon C. 9  posted 10 years ago

Dépflies embodies the perfection of nature. Gods have become men, and this city is their home.

- Plato, sometime BC

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Every DÉPFLIES we produceRap Rock Track

Every DÉPFLIES we produceRap Rock Track

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Drone Shot

A big thanks to Claude Baudet for letting us use his drone for the ultimate shot
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Revolutions for breakfast

Revolutions for breakfast

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DÉPFLIES is bilingual.

DÉPFLIES is bilingual.

We tagged the back alley of our theatre with the spirit of DÉPFLIES and bilingual tags from our show. This is Danny capturing the awesome. On fait une télé-série Montréalaise bilingue parce que c'est ça notre réalité.
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  • Rachel's Photo
    Rachel H. 1  posted 10 years ago

    I hereby state that the following commentary is over the required 100 characters and is as follows: love it!

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    Allen P. 1  posted 10 years ago

    Good luck guys! This video is fantastic and I’ve really enjoyed all the stuff you’ve made. Hope to see you in the final round. You really deserve it…more than some others out there.

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    Kathleen C. 0  posted 10 years ago

    this is quite similar to several other plots out there. some of the ideas are funny but do not seem original. maybe things will progress in a more interesting way.

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    Isabelle M. 0  posted 10 years ago

    Depflies is my favorite work of art I have ever witnessed. I can't believe you guys are selling out for the TV. Vivre Depflies live sur scene, Vivre le Quebec libre.

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    Sharon W. 1  posted 10 years ago

    Billingual eh:? You guys may have tapped into something really good. Congrats on making the top 55 and good luck in the rest of the voting. Wishing you the best in the competition, your good friend Sharon.

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    Sophie G. 1  posted 10 years ago

    This genuinely seems really cool and special. It's completely unique, and I really hope you guys get to make it.

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    rachael g. 1  posted 10 years ago

    I love this show so much and I think a lot of people in Canada could relate to these kind of situations. I also love how you have french and english incorporated into the show. I think the timing of the jokes is really well acted and I would definitely keep watching this show.

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    Justine W. 0  posted 10 years ago

    punk rock gangsta! love the dance moves. love the low rent class ;-)

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    Hannah B. 0  posted 10 years ago

    I think you guys are relying too heavily on the bilingual aspect of your videos, there were a couple of things in there that were meant to be funny, but the jokes weren't great and the deliverance needs to be improved upon.

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    Ben W. 1  posted 10 years ago

    This is bound to be a ground breaking show, the likes of which have never before emerged on the waves of the cbc. It is a concept of a setting that is so familiar and speaks to every citizen of Montreal (and, I gather, anywhere there is a convenience store.) Vote Deplflies, if you want to see something that will transport you to a place that you probably just came from for the to get your necessary TV watching collations.

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    Katherine S. 1  posted 10 years ago

    You guys are kind of fucking geniuses. I want this show to win it all.

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    natasha S. 0  posted 10 years ago

    j'adore!! Venant moi même de st henry, je retrouve un peu du quartier en vous, le fait que cela soit en bilingue c'est juste genia!!! Feels like home!

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    Aaron O. 0  posted 10 years ago

    The bilingual aspect is really naturally done, it doesn't feel forced - which is great.

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    Kayle S. 0  posted 10 years ago

    Best video yet! It's funny, and the cinematography is REALLY REALLY good. Especially like the part where the song starts and they use the fish eye thing. Way to go!

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    Pierre-Luc B. 0  posted 10 years ago

    Sweet Project! Keep it up y'all!

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    Lisa M. 0  posted 10 years ago

    i like the nagging housewife scene telling her man the score. You go girl. PS.. Are you pregnant yet? I will use her tactics in my marriage. My husband needs to be educated on how things work in my world. Good luck with the rest of this adventure.

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    Trudy C. 0  posted 10 years ago

    Funny, silly and so humorous, keep up the good work; nice to see something that's just funny without being offensive. Love it; keep going.

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    Karen B. 1  posted 10 years ago

    You guys are just KILLING it, week after week! Great job! The skit with the chip-a-getties and Bill Murray/ Bill-Marie/ Guillame Marie is absolutely wickedly brilliant. Fantastic writing and I look forward to more. Love the bilingual concept. I feel like my french is improving!

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    William L. 0  posted 10 years ago

    Great video. The subtitles are sometimes hard to read when the font colour is the same colour as the background. Can you get a program that will automatically change the font colour to make the subtitle easier to read? Go Depflies!!

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    Mike P. 1  posted 10 years ago

    Drones! That's so awesome! I want one! Also bilingualism is awesome but I don't know how to say drones on French? Des Drones? Autohelicopteur?

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    Jay M. 0  posted 10 years ago

    One of my favourite teams out there for so many reasons. High quality production, clear concept, funny videos. I hope this team moves through to the next round.

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    Patricia N. 1  posted 10 years ago

    Another funny and unique video. Especially love the fact that it's bilingual. I'm looking forward to more and I'm voting to ensure that I will see more. Keep up the great work!

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    Carole P. 1  posted 10 years ago

    You guys bring it every week and every video! Great concept and bilingual with colourful characters! Congratulations on coming up with entertaining surprises each week! Can't wait to see more! I want you on tv now!

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    Tavia M. 1  posted 10 years ago

    This one's got some serious funny going on. I love that it is bilingual ...although I'm a slow reader, so keep those subtitles up as long as possible. I know this is hard when translating from French. Looks like some cool characters and great settings. I look forward to fallowing their antics and seeing where this is going. Up the Revelution.

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    Robbie M. 1  posted 10 years ago

    I really like the concept and acting. Looks like it could be a great series. Have you guys thought about adding french subtitles for the English dialogue?

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    Jeremy L. 2  posted 10 years ago

    One of my favourite things about Montreal are the corner store depanneurs that sell beer and wine. I've never noticed the depflies hanging around in them. This has great promise for a series.

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    Dave R. 2  posted 10 years ago

    Haha crazy and funny! You guys are drawing from such a great resource of material and showcasing all of Montreal and Canada! And Bilingual which makes it a stand out for sure. Want to see more and have you develop the show each week! Great!

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    Yvonne H. 0  posted 10 years ago

    This is a very interesting concept and I love that it incorporates so many different aspects. The music is pretty awesome too!

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    Ian B. 0  posted 10 years ago

    This project is so amazing! I love the bilingual aspect. You guys are hilarious, original, and unique. Keep up the great work, and can't wait to see more!

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    Mary R. 4  posted 10 years ago

    Your concept is so unique, fresh and just stands out head and shoulders above the rest! Great characters and writing. Makes me laugh! Can't wait to see more each and every week. Voting for you to make it all the way!

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    lynn k. 0  posted 10 years ago

    you guys are awesome.

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    Carol B. 1  posted 10 years ago

    Getting better and better. Uniquely from Quebec and great characters. Good Luck

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    François T. 1  posted 10 years ago

    Excellent rythme! Bill Murray/Guillaume-Marie : hilarious line

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    Elizabeth F. 3  posted 10 years ago

    There is so much potential in this show! So many stories that can stem from these characters, and it sticks out from the others in a bunch of ways. Bilinguality being a major one.

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    Sheldon O. 3  posted 10 years ago

    Nice work, best video ya's did yet, can't wait to see what ya's are going to do next, very interesting, ya got me hooked

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    Ed C. 3  posted 10 years ago

    I like it! Can't wait to see which way this troup is going to go... What would it take to conceive Bill Murray?!? Or... stop the condo development?!?

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    Cheryl G. 1  posted 10 years ago

    LIKE IT c'est bon ...

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    Forman H. 1  posted 10 years ago

    Punk Rock sit-com I love it, the revolution stuff is going to scare some people but fuck it this looks awesome!

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    Snap S. 4  posted 10 years ago

    I want my breakfast revolution to be CHIPAGETTI and delivered by Peter with the depcycle in the week four poster challenge! Yeaaaaaaa. Love this, can't wait to see more videos!!

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    Sheldon O. 0  posted 10 years ago

    That was funny CHIPAGETTI

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    Kate A. 3  posted 10 years ago

    really cool concept guys. The bilingual aspect really makes it feel like a true canadian story. this is what television needs today, Look forward to seeing what comes next and good luck with the top fifty

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    Cathy V. 2  posted 10 years ago

    I LOVE the fact that this show is bilingual, really captures the spirit of Montreal. Also doesn't hurt that its fucking hilarious. Great work :)

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    Kerri M. 1  posted 10 years ago

    I like the pink cup

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    Lorne B. 2  posted 10 years ago

    This is inventive and original. Comedy needs a punk revolution!!

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    Daniel F. 1  posted 10 years ago

    This is vulgar

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    Lane B. 2  posted 10 years ago

    The hardest sell of this series will be the bilingual aspect. It's a proud part of our nation, but the majority of Canadians only have fluency in one language. But if handled right, (subtitles, etc...) this could be a great show that boasts our bilingual culture, while also comedically skewering it!

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    Brandon S. 2  posted 10 years ago

    Love the mix of two languages and the drone shot was epic! Well done, good luck!!

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    Judy W. 2  posted 10 years ago

    A clever video and original. Funny group of people. Good writing. Keep up the good work. Interesting to watch and look forward to see the new directions you take the videos in the coming weeks.

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    martine p. 2  posted 10 years ago

    very funny and original... i would be so proud to have this become a tv show on the CBC.... we need a bilingual show. I hop eyou guys make it all the way, i will be rooting for you all!!!!

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    Olaf V. 2  posted 10 years ago

    Great video and writing along with the filming and editing. Truly interesting and would love to see this come to television. You have a fan for sure!

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    Barry H. 2  posted 10 years ago

    It's great to see a project coming out of Montreal. Keep up the good work. I think I may have been a depfly when I was younger. I really want to see which direction you go in over the coming weeks.

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    Dylan M. 1  posted 10 years ago

    Great video. One of the best and most interesting ideas for a tv show. Can't wait to watch it on CBC

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    Elizabeth M. 0  posted 10 years ago

    Vraiment intéressant!!! Good Job

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    Jessica R. 1  posted 10 years ago

    This looks really interesting! I like that you have scenes with one character speaking in French, and the other responding in English. I've seen people do this is real life and I've always been intrigued by it. This is also the first time I've heard of a completely bilingual show!

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    Mary Ann F. 1  posted 10 years ago

    wow, what an interesting concept. I am surprised no one thought of it before now being as we are a bilingual country, French and English. Unfortunately I don't think it is going to fly. We have SO many other ethnicities in the country now that have a hard time with English as their first language let alone trying to read the sub-titles, which for me were too fast to grasp and English is my mother tongue. AND I was born and raised in Northern Ontario and spent time in Quebec and took French in school.
    So it is an interesting concept, but feel it could be presented in another way that would make it easier to follow as there were some really good bits in it.

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    Dianne V. 1  posted 10 years ago

    Great to see a bilingual show based in Montreal and funny too! Brings back memories of growing up in Montreal and heading to the store for some candy. Bill-Marie was funny!

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    Mickey G. 2  posted 10 years ago

    the bill-marie shtick was very funny. Nice to see a bilingual show that would probably draw big numbers in Quebec. I think u'll make Top 50.

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    Abigael B. 1  posted 10 years ago

    This is the first bilingual show I saw, and I find it great since it is my reality. I also find that the part with the couple was funnier.

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    Heather M. 2  posted 10 years ago

    Hey, I didn't really understand the whole concept of this show. I thought the bit between the couple with the chips and pasta was the funniest. I think Bill Marie would be a great name!

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    Matthew T. 1  posted 10 years ago

    The billingual concept is definitely something I haven't seen on TV before. It looks great guys!

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    lukw V. 3  posted 10 years ago

    love the bilingual thing... i hope this makes it all the way, I want to see a bilingual comedy on our nations station!! About time, am i right? All the characters i've seen so far seem really solid... keep it up!

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    Anna L. 4  posted 10 years ago

    I definitely like that it is bilingual. Has a very raw and Canadian feel to it. I like the comedically laced political/social commentary this project has going on too.

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    Edward F. 2  posted 10 years ago

    oh tres drole merci

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    Manuel C. 3  posted 10 years ago

    C'est toujours bon les pièces. La série tv sera m o n g o l e.

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    Dan R. 1  posted 10 years ago

    I couldn't understand half of it

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    Holly G. 4  posted 10 years ago

    Great peeps, great neighbourhood, great show! Can't wait to see you guys win, hostie!

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    kirk l. 3  posted 10 years ago

    This show deserves props for being the only one I've seen on here in both official languages. That will not be easy to do but I find it refreshing and look forward to seeing more. Good luck!

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    Stefan P. 2  posted 10 years ago

    heille! enwoye donc! you guy make the good one!

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    Robbie C. 4  posted 10 years ago

    Loving Depflies , great job on the dual language stuff really funny stuff !! And who doesn't love the dep they have beer and chips and smokes and porn and beer and papers and you guys !!

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    Marc V. 3  posted 10 years ago

    Chipaghetti baby!

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    Sheldon O. 0  posted 10 years ago

    making some NOW

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    Genevieve B. 4  posted 10 years ago

    You really do a nice job of blending the two languages with clever dialogue. Laughed out loud for Bill Marie/Murray. Really good usage of music as well, in this and your other videos.

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    Nick P. 3  posted 10 years ago

    Love me a deep with some tasty grit!

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    Fred N. 5  posted 10 years ago

    I love the bilingual aspect. Something that I haven't seen much on TV let alone done well like you guys have! Good luck with making the top 50! And way to rep MTL!

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    Cat L. 5  posted 10 years ago

    Now that's exactement what i call du bon punk rock bilingual entertainment, en ostie!
    Totally MontREAL flavor... cleaver, fun, funny, great cast...
    Can't wait to see MORE!!!

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    Ben B. 5  posted 10 years ago

    The CBC needs this show! Easily the most original idea I've seen, but still a solid concept with a huge amount of possibilities. Also the CBC's never had a bilingual show as far as I know. The characters, directing and writing are all bulletproof. Good Luck Guys!

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    Max S. 6  posted 10 years ago

    Love you guys. Your show has great energy. The rest of Canada doesn't usually get to watch the great French Canadian content that gets produced in French for Quebec audiences, since it's typically such an insular market. This show seems like it could capitalize on the enthusiasm French Canadians have for French Canadian content while being much more accessible to the rest of the country than French-language-only shows. Good luck!

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    Nathan I. 3  posted 10 years ago

    I like the way you are using the bilingual dialogue. Keep up the good work!

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    Ryan C. 5  posted 10 years ago

    I'm a sucker for bilingual conversations. Good to see some characters and relationships emerging; I have a much stronger sense of the style of the show with this video than from the first. I'm interested to see how gentrification as a conflict plays out in Montreal, and to compare it to my experiences in Edmonton and Vancouver.

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    Stacy M. 3  posted 10 years ago

    Great work! Very original :)

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    John M. 6  posted 10 years ago

    Lotttta fire power coming out of QUEBEC. good for you guys for contributing. Flying Dep, Depflies. it's all gravy.

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    Virginia S. 6  posted 10 years ago

    I like this show. Very funny. The characters are strong. The bilingual dialogue is awesome. Great work and best of luck. This is truly Quebec and Canadian all rolled into one.

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    Alistair B. 5  posted 10 years ago

    Great stuff coming out of Quebec. I find the comedy to be more wild and crazy but yet relatable. Keep up the good work and I have no doubt you're sailing into the next round.

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    Adrian S. 5  posted 10 years ago

    Love the story concept. This show has joie du vivre. Really funny cast and I love the bilingual aspect. Way to go and keep it up. I know this would be a show I would watch. Good luck.

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    MOntana B. 3  posted 10 years ago

    Once again you guys have NAILED it! I am SO excited about this bilingual thing! I have always wondered why there isnt a bilingual comedy on CBC.. i mean it IS the NATIONS tv station.. and this nation is BILINGUAL, beeatch! cant wait to vote for you all!

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    Kelley S. 4  posted 10 years ago

    I love this idea. Being from Montreal the melange of French and English languages is so real. I would watch this for sure on tv. I can see all the different ideas that you can do with a show like this. Congrats and bonne chance.

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    Manuel C. 4  posted 10 years ago

    La pièce de théâtre est excellente. Je suis certain que beaucoup de monde aimerait la pièce si c'est présenté à la TV. Ce serait une Petite Vie en version punk-rock-2015!

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    Edward T. 3  posted 10 years ago

    Definitely an interesting concept. I can't think of any other bilingual shows that have existed. Would have liked to have been shown more on why this show is different though.

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    Reginald F. 2  posted 10 years ago

    I am enjoying the energy your team brings, not just the performances but the pacing of the editing as well.
    How many takes did you do of Alain's exit in the opening scene? His cracking a smile looked like breaking character, just saying, I want this project to succeed so rachet up the fine tuning. Get serious.. ly hilarious.

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    Sassy C. 3  posted 10 years ago

    I really like this concept. Each week is a little snippet unravels towards what I hope is the full story/picture. I am not sure exactly where you are going, but you have spiked my curiosity and I want to go along for the ride. Maybe next week provide a bit more focus on key characters. Everyone and everything comes at you so fast (although I am aware of the time constraints) it can take a few views to try and get the full gist of what is going on (plus I only have high school French ☹). The subtitles were sometimes hard to read (white text on light background) and with everything moving fast, I missed a bit on the first view.

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    Liza H. 2  posted 10 years ago

    So many good things all together. I like Depanneurs and chips and spaghetti.

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    Mariana V. 1  posted 10 years ago

    Love this!! Trop good

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    celia j. 1  posted 10 years ago

    guys, just wanna say..... I LOVE YOU!! I already commented on this vid.. but I love it so much, i have to tell you again! Please be on CBC!!! brrrap brrrrap brrrrrrrap!

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    Alina M. 2  posted 10 years ago

    What? I actually laughed out loud like lol. And the drone shot, well, it ruled my world. Im excited to see more. Please post the recipe for chip-a-ghetti. Thanks.

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    JoAnne V. 2  posted 10 years ago

    You guys have done it again! I am rooting for you all SO hard! I want to see a bilingual comedy on TV!! PLEEEEASE! I am going to share this with everyone I know, and I know they will be as excited as I am about it. I just feel so at home watching something in english and french!

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    Wendel S. 2  posted 10 years ago

    We definitely need more série télévisée bilingue in this country. Also, mmmmm, chipaghetti....

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    Karen H. 1  posted 10 years ago

    You might have seen a housefly maybe even a Superfly, now see Depfly. Haha
    How much fun would it be to be a depfly with those crazy characters every week!!!

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    Marie-Christine B. 2  posted 10 years ago

    Oh OUI!! Lets see you guys start a revolution on CBC!! Get some BILINGUAL comedy in there!! LOVE IT GUYS.

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    JP M. 4  posted 10 years ago

    I just started a revolution.

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    Christina O. 2  posted 10 years ago

    It's an interesting concept, but your jokes may have come across better if the non bilingual viewer didn't have to read the punch line. Also I found the writing a bit hard to read done as it was in white and blended a bit with the background. Not too sure how this video explains why you are unique, and still a little fuzzy on your concept. Good luck with the competition though guys!

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    Geoff R. 1  posted 10 years ago

    Agree about the subtitle colour.

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    Alain M. 2  posted 10 years ago

    Hey Christina, thanks for the comments, we learned our lesson with the subtitles too, they are a bit too bright, thanks. We consider ourselves unique because we deal with punk subculture and we are bilingual. Our concept is like Cheers meets Portlandia, if that helps! Thanks and hope to remove the fuzziness in upcoming videos!

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    Josianne a. 1  posted 10 years ago

    Jamais déçue de Depflies. Je vous aime d'amour. BE A FORCE. PEACE . ROCK N ROLL , there is not enough words in this world to express my love to you guys!

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    Justin L. 4  posted 10 years ago

    J'aime bien le dialogue between english and french. Ça pourrait faire un peu difficile for some to understand but, being bilingual makes it extra spéciale.

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    J-P R. 2  posted 10 years ago

    Parfait. Beau. Poetic

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    Chris A. 3  posted 10 years ago

    Week 3 goes to Depflies. All the other shows wish they were as unique as Depflies.

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    Peter S. 7  posted 10 years ago

    The energy, the chemistry, the performers are really PRESENT. Charming crew. That Plato quote from "Simon C." instantly made this project into legend. I think this is one of the shows that really transports the audience to a new, interesting place. The bilingualism that I've seen so far is very natural and compelling. It makes me want to make jokes in French.

    A black outline on the subtitles would help the words pop for my weak, weak eyes. Might be worth perusing the internet for past greats. Y'know, learn from the masters of subtitle styling?


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    Peter L. 5  posted 10 years ago

    That whole Bill-Marie dialogue kept me smiling a long time after watching the vid. Well done!!

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    Hugo C. 5  posted 10 years ago

    Wow, lâchez pas! Bill-Marie = le plus beau prénom ever!

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    celia j. 3  posted 10 years ago

    They keep getting better and better!! amazing work! LOVE IT!!

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    Maïté S. 4  posted 10 years ago

    Juste . Excellent

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    Naila S. 2  posted 10 years ago

    That's my city :). J'adore!! J'ai une soudaine envie de manger du chipaghetti! The redheaded punk's nod was the best part.

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    Bruno S. 4  posted 10 years ago

    Guys, it's nice to see some home-grown Quebecois based humour in this thing. Not gonna lie, I laughed my way through the whole differentiator video. Also, HABS>EVERY TEAM IS MORE LIKE IT! Looking forward to seeing you guys move on! Bonne chance!

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    Holly P. 4  posted 10 years ago

    I always enjoy watching your videos! You have an exciting concept. I would watch you every week! Keep it up.

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    Jason A. 3  posted 10 years ago

    haha funny stuff. good work depflies.

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    Chris C. 1  posted 10 years ago

    You missed the point of the mission this week. Flashing the words in the last 5 seconds of the video doesn't really help the viewers understand what makes you special.

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    Steve G. 5  posted 10 years ago

    I love the drone shot! I also like embracing both official languages. This is the only concept I’ve seen on here doing that.

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    Felix G. 1  posted 10 years ago

    I dont think you understood the goal of the project this week and i dont get why you switch between english and french at random time. There is just no cohesion in this story. But keep up the work I think it has potential, you just need to start putting things up together

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    Robert Alexander Q. 5  posted 10 years ago

    YES! It's so good to see some more character & story development on these funnies! I want MOOOORE.
    (#datyestho from Peter in the beginning ^_^ hahaha)

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    Simon C. 9  posted 10 years ago

    Dépflies embodies the perfection of nature. Gods have become men, and this city is their home.

    - Plato, sometime BC

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    Karen B. 1  posted 10 years ago

    Way to go. These characters are hilarious.... and could be my relatives!

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    Kerri M. 1  posted 10 years ago

    I like the pink cup

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    Alisa K. 1  posted 10 years ago

    Something about this show catches my attention so far. I like the way it allows you an intimate look into Quebec culture and does so in a really funny light-hearted way. Interested to see more.

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    Edward F. 2  posted 10 years ago

    oh so role merci

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    Steam R. 2  posted 10 years ago

    Revolutionary Communism is a good concept for a film show, what if they succeed and we enter into a second season where the revolution has come and we have to eat healthy chips on unsalted noodles, I would find that pleasurable.

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    MOntana B. 2  posted 10 years ago

    couldn't have said it better.

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    Jordana H. 2  posted 10 years ago

    This is one of the few truly original projects I've seen in this competition, and maybe the only bilingual one (I haven't gotten through all of them so can't say for sure). Go originality, go Dépflies!!!

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    Scott L. 2  posted 10 years ago

    Dig it! this country needs more programming that bridges the gap in the French and English communities.

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