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M’entends-tu?M’entends-tu?

M’entends-tu?

(Actually) broke girls in a comedy from Québec

Comedy

7.0

show

United States of America

French

2019

Ève Landry, Eve Landry, Florence Longpré

Synopsis

Our Take

7.0
Staff

This 20-minute per episode comedy-drama is about three young friends from disadvantaged backgrounds who try to get their lives on track.

Some TV shows focus on well-off characters or a variety of “broke” characters who can magically afford to live in Williamsburg. Not Can You Hear Me (or M’entends tu in French). From singing at the Jesus songs in the subway to flashing a guy for free popcorn, the three friends really are struggling.

This means that they only have each other to face adversity and that as a show, it’s funny until it’s not. M’entends tu takes quick turns into deep drama, making it not only funny but rich with substance.

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