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Mini 

Mini is under threat. When Grace brings Franky into the Charity Fashion Show, Mini sacks them both, and re-imagines the show in her own image to cement her power. Despite appearances, her ... See full summary »

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Mini is under threat. When Grace brings Franky into the Charity Fashion Show, Mini sacks them both, and re-imagines the show in her own image to cement her power. Despite appearances, her relationship is also rocky - Nick can't wait forever for sex. As Mini struggles to maintain control, Liv acts out in the worst way possible - giving Nick what Mini failed to. Mini discovers but pretends it hasn't happened. Mini loses her virginity at the wrong time, with the wrong person and for all the wrong reasons. Written by Anonymous

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More than meets the eye
17 February 2011 | by (Italy) – See all my reviews

Mini has a freckled angel face, long blond hair: she's a very beautiful girl, surrounded by a bunch of friends and a popular, hot boyfriend. But there's more than meets the eye, and being the girl everybody aspires to be friends with, or to make love to, has a lot of negative consequences, as Mini will soon learn. I didn't like her, in the beginning. I felt she was false and bitchy just like every other blonde in every other show, but I forgot that Skins is NOT your typical teen drama, because each character has more sides, and Mini, as the tradition of Skins claims (the most stereotyped characters are the ones with more things to say), is very complex and hides some secrets you couldn't tell at first glance. She's not the new Michelle Richardson, for sure; and she's not even stupid and insensible as I thought. Freya Mavor portrays Mini with freshness and innocence, and she could possibly grow even more in her acting skills. We're just at the beginning. Best scene? The confrontation between Franky and Mini.


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