Excerpt: The biggest problem facing the transfer, is that it is just a tad soft at times, and overly noisy. Skin tones sometimes feel washed out, whilst edges lack sharpness and colours lack depth and vividness. Black levels are inconsistent, sometimes strong, other times slightly lighter than they should be - something that is especially true in darker scenes. Detail is also average.
Conclusion: There are no doubt going to be those who see Cleanskin and react, no matter how well intentioned the film is, with a resounding, "There's no excuse for terrorism." Hajaig hedges his bets in a few too many ways here, giving Ash some "plausible deniability" and also depicting the character as a basically good kid who gets sucked into something he can't control.