cleanskin


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cleanskin

(ˈkliːnˌskɪn)
n
1. (Agriculture) an unbranded animal
2. slang a person without a criminal record
3. a terrorist who has no obvious links to terrorist groups, and who thus does not appear on police watch lists
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Sean Bean then turns up looking like he's scrubbed up well after the recent Cleanskin, but offers too little too late.
CLEANSKIN (15) Sean Bean is a secret agent charged with wiping out terrorists on a no-questions asked basis.
CLEANSKIN (15) Showcase - Ewan is a Secret Service Agent faced with the task of pursuing and eliminating a suicide bomber Ash and his terrorist cell, whilst Ash wrestles with his conscience and reflects on his journey to terrorism.
Cleanskin Cert 15, 108 mins Rather like Michelle Williams and Ewan McGregor starred in the 2008 suicide bomber film Incendiary, in which a wife lost her husband and son at a soccer match, Cleanskin is probably a well-intentioned film but one that is also deeply flawed.
Cleanskin (15, 108 mins) Sean Bean headlines this thriller that taps into concerns about a terrorist attack in a British city.
CLEANSKIN 15 A BRITISH attempt to blend Death Wish thrills with suicide bombing chills goes haywire in an absolute mess of a movie.
Summary: Sean Bean, who stars in new thriller Cleanskin, says if he wasn't an actor he'd probably take things off skips and sell them on.
He was appointed to the chairmanship of Coles Myer as a cleanskin, in the changes after the Yannon affair.
CLEANSKIN (15) Verdict: AS THE 2012 Olympics draw near, it's easy to forget that London was announced as the winner of the Games on July 6, 2005 - the day before the 7/7 bombings.
He couldn't keep quiet about his favourite sandwich filler when talking about his new film Cleanskin.
Also out this week Cleanskin (15) Sean Bean is a shoot-to-kill secret service agent tracking down an unknown radicalised Muslim graduate-turned-suicide bomber plotting an attack on London.
Twenty Tales From the War Zone, by John Simpson Cleanskin, by Val McDermid Dont Make Me Laugh, by Patrick Augustus Lily, by Adele Geras