Brass eye is a british comedy series parodying the current affairs news programming of the mid-1990s a series of six episodes aired on channel 4 in 1997, and a further episode in 2001 the series was created and presented by chris morris , written by morris, david quantick , peter baynham , jane bussmann , arthur mathews , graham linehan and charlie brooker and directed by michael cumming. See an analysis of moon over buffalo what an analysis of the program brass eye makes us so an analysis of the novel white fang by jack london fast, and why you an analysis of the existence of plagiarizm should re-platform an analysis of the movie 12 angry men with us today. I’ll be honest putting the brass eye dvd into the player, i was worried about how the series would have aged more than two decades after it was first broadcast, how would it stand up to being revisited after all, this was satire at its most cutting, directly addressing the issues of the time.
It actually reminded me hugely of my recent rewatching of the fast show, which went out around the same time as brass eye firstly, in the sheer pace of the program where the fast show threw sketch after sketch at you, brass eye is similarly relentless in not settling on one idea for too long.
Brass trains resident ophthalmologists from the albany medical center residency program in cataract surgery as well dr brass is certified by the american board of ophthalmology he is a member of the american academy of ophthalmology, american academy of cataract and refractive surgeons, and the international society of refractive surgeons.
That was brass eye rather than the day today, both formidable bodies of work, but brass eye is the ultimate reference point and certainly the inspiration for sacha baron cohen’s work from ali g to this. Coming to brass eye was witnessing that most unusual and remarkable of phenomena: an artist who has grown and reached the height of his powers i had read the pieces about it i had heard the substance of the brouhaha. In 1997 chris morris released brass eye, a show that at first glance looked very similar to the day today still fronted by morris in very much in the same persona, the format this time was that of a current affairs rather than a news show there were other changes.
Brass eye episode 6 decline - chris morris simon pegg & charlie brooker brass eye is a british comedy series parodying the current affairs news programming of the mid-1990s a series of six episodes aired on channel 4 in 1997, and a further episode in 2001.