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Source Filmmaker - Family Business

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Published on Jul 24, 2013

Taking place in the original Meet the Family universe, a notorious mafia gang known as "The Family" terrorizes the streets of Soviet Russia, causing fear and dread wherever they go. Can anyone stop the madness?!?!?!

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Credits:

I would like to thank MaxOfS2D for providing the walk animations for the Soldiers, Heavy and Spy, and giving technical assistance!

I would also like to thank the creators of the Civilian, Administrator and Thompson models!

Civilian and Administrator models:
Rebbacus

Thompson:
Danielawesomo - Animation/Textures
Enron - Model
Strelok and xlongwayhome - Sounds

And last but not least I would like to thank Valve for releasing the Source Filmmaker and their IP for free use!

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Questions and answers:

"Why do the civilians not move?", you might ask. Their lack of animation is a reference to a glitch in the video game Team Fortress 2 known as the "Civilian Glitch". Read more about it here: http://wiki.teamfortress.com/wiki/Civ...

"I am Russian, and what they are saying doesn't mean anything!" That is absolutely true. I speak no Russian what so ever, and have mostly no idea what they are saying. The only reference I had was the name of the audio file. However, I did pay attention to voice intonation, to match the mood and length of whatever they are saying as best I could. At times I even spliced several sentences together, or stopped them mid-sentence because it sounded more like what I wanted them to say.
I made this choice so I could make the characters say things that are otherwise impossible with the existing dialogue from TF2.
I remembered that people were very fond of the Downfall parodies where Hitler is informed that the enemy has broken through a wide front, so I believed the idea of making up fake subtitles to give a scene a new meaning, would not be too foreign.

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