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Plot: A suburban family is torn apart when fourteen-year-old Annie (Liana Liberato) meets her first boyfriend online. After months of communicating via online chat and phone, Annie discovers her friend (Chris Henry Coffey) is not who he originally claimed to be. Shocked into disbelief, her parents (Clive Owen and Catherine Keener) are shattered by their daughter's actions and struggle to support her as she comes to terms with what has happened to her once innocent life. Runtime: 106 mins Release Date: 31 Dec 2009
A scary good movie that people need to see (by GiftedGuyOnline)
I went in thinking it would be a standard-issue, after-school special type of movie that would be most popular when it airs on Lifetime. I'm sure a lot of you may hesitate to go see it because you are thinking the same thing. YOU NEED TO SEE THIS MOVIE.It's real. It's damn real. The acting across the board is phenomenal. The girl playing Annie in the movie is relatively new on the scene, but she nails it. Perfect range of up and down emotions.I know a lot of you have seen To Catch a Predator. That show seems scripted and fake when compared to this film. Trust gives you an inside <more>
view of what something like this can do not only to a victim but also to the victim's family. Clive Owen and Catherine Keener are spot-on and deliver outstanding performances.Scary good is the best way I can describe this movie. You'll walk away knowing you just saw something important and you'll immediately want to take steps to make sure it doesn't happen to you.Please go see this. Tell your friend to go see it. This is definitely an R-rated movie that every parent should take their teenager to go see. The world would be a better place.
One of the greatest movies ever made. (by PWNYCNY)
Elaborating on this movie is a challenge because it can easily be summarized in one word: great. This movie may be one of the best movies ever produced by Hollywood. The story is straightforward, the acting is stupendous and the themes addressed are timeless. Without revealing the details of the story, this movie is about change - sudden, painful, uninvited, without warning. It's about what happens when someone has to grow up, fast; when innocence is stripped away revealing the seamier side of humanity. It can be quite a shock. The movie also deals with the nature of crime, victimization, <more>
and rage. Indeed this movie is effective because it tells a story that everyone can understand and because what the movie dramatizes is actually out there. Yet, despite the disturbing nature of the story, its presentation is far from morbid. Instead, it suggests that people have the strength to survive overwhelming crisis and remain emotionally intact, which is why this movie deserves recognition and respect.
"Trust" is a movie that all Must See. (by dhaufrect-1)
"Trust" is a film that is difficult to find, yet all should see it because of its importance to our current societal worship of the use of electronic communication and the inherent dangers. Millennium Productions has created a truly important piece despite the fact that we had to find it in the Museum of Fine Arts Houston. One of the authors, Bellin, gave a very astute question and answer session, yet there is so much in this cinema that it will have you discussing its impact on you long after one has left the theater. Don't miss it. It contains one of Clive Owen's best <more>
performances. And the first film for Liana Liberato of Galveston Texas is a true work of art. It is especially important for those raising daughters to see and digest the characters and the theme. Please go out of your way to find a screening or one can wait till July for the DVD according to Bellin. Dale B. Haufrect, M.D., M.A.
I watched this film without any expectations. To be honest I saw David Schwimmer was involved and let my head devalue the film before it even started.Boy was I wrong. Trust had me hooked from the first few minutes. The subject matter is controversial to say the least but I feel it has been handled very well here. In no way does it feel exploitative, in fact in some areas I felt it was almost like a documentary.Extremely hard to stomach in places it does not overdo the shock factor as it may have done in other hands. The cast are superb, there is not as I can see a weak link anywhere.The only <more>
problem with this film is it's certification. Rating it R means that the people who should be watching it can't. IMHO this film should be given to every high/secondary school worldwide as Schindler's List was.If you have kids watch this film. Them watch it with your kids! This is a subject that needs to be out there and I commend Mr Schwimer for having the guts to make it!
An authentic and insightful look into the lives left behind after an Internet Predator strikes. (by foamhands713)
David Schwimmer is not a man that I have a lot of faith in, not even to make a decent soft-comedy, so he is perhaps one of the last people that I would trust to properly make a movie about sexual abuse. Yet with Trust he has not only proved himself unfairly maligned by such low expectations but has also shown himself to be a director deserving of only the highest. This is not just an improvement on his previous effort, or a shaky, potential-filled first-step into the realm of serious film-making. It is, at this point, one of the strongest dramas of the year It is billed as a 2010 production <more>
but didn't release anywhere until late April this year .To synopsise the film's story is to do the film a drastic dis-service, not because of any great twists or revelations that it may contain though I found that there was a great sense of intrigue involved in the experience; seeing just how far and in what direction the film would go , but simply because on the surface it seems like such a bleak and yet strangely banal premise: Girl meets Internet and the two fall quickly in love, it is a symbiotic relationship and each builds the other up to higher and higher points when, one day, her Internet meets his and she is blinded by the bright, stunning storm that unfolds when their new information hits her own, blinded until it is too late, blinded until at last and unfortunately Girl meets Boy and everything goes dark. In other, more straightforward terms, it is the same story that we hear again and again on the news each night, that of the young girls that fall prey to the planets new predators, the virtual wolves, the pedophiles.And yet this is exactly what sets this film apart from the other examples of 'techno-terror' that are shooting up, now more rapidly than ever. There is no attempt to dress the premise up like I did then, no false poetics and no twist-of-genre. It is instead a straightforward examination of what actually occurs inside the houses and minds of these victims and, to my mind, it is baffling that this 'real' look is the unique approach but not that it is also the most effecting by far.A lot of the films emotion stems from a foundation laid in the opening act; we are given a glimpse into the life of this family before the incident and they are us. There is a very strong sense of verisimilitude present in almost every scene; it would have been easy for the film to stray into cliché movie-family territory or fall into the oh so prevalent trap of mishandling contemporary technology but thankfully Schwimmer not only avoids these pitfalls but leaps them in a single bound.Even though it is Clive Owen and Catherine Keener that are on our screen we just see 'the parents'; in Clive we see a father who loves his kids and not an amalgam of starring roles though I do have to admit that I did think at times, 'Is Schwimmer using Owen as a kind of sexier simulacrum of himself,' but perhaps that is just me . As stunning as those two are in their roles, and I would say that it is likely Owen's best, it is Liana Liberato's portrayal of central-teen Annie that truly steals the show. Again, given the material, her role could so easily have been played with an alloy of equal parts evocation and exploitation but she really humanizes the character; we understand her thinking and feel for her even if what we feel isn't always positive. To think that this is virtually a debut performance is amazing she has only otherwise done small roles in straight-faced TV procedurals to date and I would not be surprised to see a lot more of her in the future.Though I would be surprised, and somewhat disappointed, to see more of Schwimmer because he is just so damn good behind the camera that any time spent in front from now on will seem as if a waste. His direction excels on every level; not only does he show a lot of creativity in his approach to the material - All SMS's and IM's appear on screen in pop-up, colour-coded font which not only relieves us of the very tired ' Dictate everything you type' approach favored by the industry so far, but it also provides a stunning layered effect to a lot of scenes, where-in what the character is writing either adds to or spins the on-screen action in a new direction - but he also manages to deliver the base emotions with a certain kind of ease: when the characters are nervous you bite your nails, when they are angry you steam, when they're devastated you feel just as cold and alienated and when they cry so do you. It sounds like such a simple and obvious thing when you put it down on paper and yet there are few films that truly achieve it like this one does.It is then an entirely devastating ride, one behest of even the whimsical visuals of Peter Jackson's Lovely Bones, and one not recommended for the squeamish of soul, but it is also a great one and one that I would whole-heartedly recommend to those who are up to it. If movies are about escapism then this one delivers and if they are about getting you to feel something, doubly so. Who knew Ross had it in him all these years? O me of little faith.
I must admit I never heard of this film until stumbling upon it at the video store a few weeks back. After reading the plot synopsis on the back, and seeing Clive Owen as the star, I gave it a shot. What I thought I was getting was a revenge movie, not the case at all. And I am glad it wasn't some revenge film, all though in some director's hands, it most likely would have gone that route, taking away credibility.The film is all to real, and is disturbing at times. But this is an important movie with a message that all young teens should see and know.I was rather surprised to see <more>
David Schwimmer was the director. Yes Ross from Friends, the most annoying character on that show handles this material expertly. And a great cast helps this story along as well. It never feels over the top, or too "melodramatic", just spot on. Haven't seen Clive Owen in a role that does not involve ass kicking since Closer.But the real highlight of the movie is relatively unknown newcomer, Liana Liberato. Of her performance, all I can say is wow! And she needed to be good to, since her character is the anchor of this film. One great thing is not casting an older, 20+ year old actress, but using a real 14 year old. This adds realism, instead of why is such and such playing a 14 year old when we know she is 27.One of the best films of 2010, I regret not seeing it around release, but glad I got too eventually. And let's hope Hollywood doesn't start using Liana Liberato in shitty roles, as she is talented far beyond her years. She could be the next breakout. Time will tell.**** out of **** stars.
This film reveals the ongoing threat... (by DrDarkness)
I belong to the first generation which was born in the middle of hi-tech inventions and evolving Internet. I was teased at school and felt that my parents didn't have enough time and understanding, so the Internet was like another world with kind strangers and new friends. They didn't judge me by my looks, they didn't know anything about my past and so on.I saw this movie yesterday and it hit me down, hard. I could understand the need to be loved and the fear to be left alone. I was one of the victims of a sexual predator, but the fact that they hunted via Internet was either <more>
hushed up or people didn't simply know.This film isn't about happy endings or life being fair. It's about a family, a life of this day, different faces of love and last but not least, surviving.I want to thank everyone who made this film. I really hope this shakes the parents to look after their kids when they are online. Does it happen in the mall or via Internet, they are talking to strangers. Some of them are okay, some of them are not. Teach them to be cautious -Internet can be a great thing for lonely people, but at the same time it's the most dangerous jungle.
As a father to a teenage girl, and one soon to become one, this movie was hard to watch. Took me 3 days to finish it, it was simply to horrifying and disgusting to witness how those sick bastards do their thing.Now when that is said, I really value this movie. It is important and necessary. It is an eye-opener to all 'tweenie' and teen parents.This movie should be mandatory in the treatment of pedophiles, to make them realize what they really are doing to their victims.Finally I'd like to give full credit to the cast for outstanding acting, and to David Schwimmer for his courage <more>
A movie everybody should watch (by bansal-ankit1985)
I saw this movie yesterday and I must say this is an amazing movie and a must watch for everyone. The movie revolves around a 14 year old girl who got sexually assaulted by a much older guy. Director David Schwimmer does a commendable job in showing this sensitive issue with so much of perfection. The movie is not like a typical movie to try to catch the guy, but its more into emotional aspects of it. How hard it is for girl to believe that the guy doesn't actually love her and has used her for sex and how hard it is for family to handle it. This movie is for everyone. Though it carries a <more>
strong subject but there is no obscenity shown and its a movie that family should watch together. Its not only good for kids be it girls/boys to understand how easy sometimes it is to get carried away and how they should be careful but also for elders that how they should be avoid/handle such situations. Full marks for Schwimmer for the movie.