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NOT SUBTITLEDBrass Eye (2000)

Region: 2
UPC/Barcode: 5014138069322
Released: 6th May 2002
Release type: Deleted
No. of Discs: 1
Catalogue No: VCD0217
Category: Television, Comedy
Format: DVD / Normal and Widescreen
Brass Eye (2000) (Deleted)

Subtitles:

NOT SUBTITLED NO ENGLISH SUBTITLES. [explanation]

Claimed subtitles: (unknown)

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Subtitling reviews:

Submitted by StuBruise on 9th June 2004:
NOT SUBTITLED"No subtitles at all. Frustratingly, there *is* a subtitle stream present but it's only used to display a message before the ad break in the 2001 special (at which point if you press Enter you get a hidden extra -- the message wasn't present in the original broadcast)."

Submitted by flashingblade on 19th August 2004:
Probably not subtitled" I think this DVD may have been replaced by a subtitled version. I havn't bought it yet,but subtitles are listed on the back. I know VCI replaced phoenix nights series 1 with a subtitled version as it wasnt subtitled on release."

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Film information

Story: All six episodes from Chris Morris's controversial spoof on current affairs television. 'Animals' includes Paul Daniels' impassioned appeal on behalf of a distressed elephant. 'Drugs' features a host of celebrities condemning the made-up drug Cake. 'Science' has Steven Berkoff warn the nation about the dangers of heavy electricity. 'Sex' explores the difference between Good and Bad AIDS. 'Crime' features more on-the-spot, up-to-the-minute reporting from newshounds Libby Shuss, Ted Maul and Alabaster Codefy. And 'Decline' examines a Britain in which pop groups record love songs to Myra Hindley and large companies encourage their employees to experiment with drugs. Also included is the notorious 'Paedophilia' special, which features Phil Collins speaking 'Nonce Sense'.

Performer: Chris Morris

DVD information

Studio/distributor: VCI

Other releases of this film

Brass Eye (2000) (Retail / Rental)