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It’s a brave and well-handled film at its best, too. There’s the odd tonal problem, where the deathly serious drama at the heart of the story is sacrificed for a less deathly serious action sequence, but there’s a real commitment here to tell the story well. Bean, too, is excellent, dragging the film through its weaker moments, and proving once more what a compelling screen presence he is.
It’s a pity that the disc’s extra features don’t dig too much deeper into the complex subject matter, although you do get some behind the scenes material to complement the main feature. And, the presentation of the movie is terrific, too.
Cleanskin is a divisive film, though, courtesy of the subject decisions it’s not afraid to make. In spite of its flaws, it’s a compelling piece of cinema, that overcomes its tight budget to present something both interesting and engaging. No easy feat. --Jon Foster
Worth a watch. Anyone with any real experience of extremism will recognise certain aspects of the story as wholly accurate and despite the slightly rushed and confusing ending, the... Read morePublished 16 days ago by Rocwellfx
A good spook movie. As you would expect, a great performance from Sean Bean. A very good performance from Tom Burke (musketeer Athos) but he isn't mentioned on the credits on the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mrs. J. Murphy
Although this film is hard hitting in part, its lacks complexity -some very predictable narrative. If you like the genre of conspiracy, however, you will like this felling.Published 3 months ago by Queeenie
This is really excellent. Tense, edgy, not as predictable as most and good performances (mostly). Highly recommend.Published 3 months ago by Nanoboy