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Trust (2010)

Drama | 106 minutes
3,37 1.218 votes

Genre: Drama / Thriller

Duration: 106 minuten

Country: United States

Directed by: David Schwimmer

Stars: Liana Liberato, Clive Owen and Catherine Keener

IMDb score: 6,9 (44.176)

Releasedate: 10 September 2010

Trust plot

"What took her family years to build, a stranger stole in an instant."

The Cameron family is the perfect example of a happy American family. Everything is going well until fourteen-year-old Annie (Liana Liberato) meets her first boyfriend, Charlie, over the Internet. After months of innocent communication via the web, Annie decides to meet with Charlie on a weekend when she is home alone. Then she finds out horribly that Charlie (Chris Henry Coffey) isn't who he originally is. Shocked by what has been done to their daughter, Annie's parents (Clive Owen and Catherine Keener) struggle to make their daughter come to terms with what has happened in her hitherto innocent life. A struggle that threatens to tear the entire family apart...

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avatar van IH88


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“People get hurt. There's only so much we can do to protect ourselves, our children. The only thing we can do is be there for each other when we do fall down to pick each other up.”

terrifying. Trust is a nightmare for every parent, and especially the ease with which a pedophile can intrude into the life of an underage girl is horrifying to see. Chat rooms, gaining her trust, pushing boundaries etc. Painful to watch.

The only criticism you could have is that Trust is going exactly as you expected. The focus on the father is a bit strange, but the sadness and anger is made palpable by Clive Owen. And the young Liberato has a difficult part, but she knows how to play it all believably. She sometimes takes the blood from under your nails, but that is also realistic.

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avatar van Shadowed


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Not very special in the end, but the message often gets through, and that is probably the element that counts the most. I think I'm just looking around too much. The message is certainly there, but I didn't think it had much impact.

Anyway, entertaining. A few remarkably explicit scenes (in terms of underage in seductive clothing) and a reasonable pace that goes into it. However, the film does not know much thriller and it is not very exciting anywhere after that, but the drama sometimes works.

Just a little too little. It has confrontational moments here and there, but there are still too few to really make an impression. There is no sense of helplessness in these kinds of topics and nothing really comes in with much impact. It feels a little too regular for that.

Acting is indeed. Liberato is doing very well and Owen is also quite reasonable. Keener, however, I still do not like and here too I did not find her very special. For the rest, the film follows fairly well (and a little too much) standard drama lines and clichés that are not always approached skillfully.

I didn't really feel any sympathy for the characters anywhere and some of the issues were a bit too forced. For the rest, it is entertaining and shows well what dangers lurking on the internet. Although Liberato was very naive. Mary, that will be me.

A decent film, but a bit too good and the wow feeling is missing a bit. The ending is still fairly impactful, just like the scene at the table. Fairly standard event, but this kind of drama has been made worse.

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avatar van mila.r


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I'm 14 myself and I thought it was a very good movie,

my parents have always told me that if you are in such a situation you can always talk about it.

This movie really made me cry a lot.

I also found the actors and actresses to be very strong, which made the film even more intense.

I would definitely recommend it to watch with teenagers!

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