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Trust (2011)


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4 out of 10 Parents of teenagers Beware!
tony from Dublin, 22 Sep 2011
Excellent Film, very well acted. A real eye opener for any parent of teenagers obsessed with social networking sites and some of the creepiness that can entail. Clive Owen pulls off a more than human performance than I have seen of him with David Schwimmer of Friends Fame popping up at the end for the Directors credit. The ending will leave some people frustrated, as did with me, not in relation to the quality of the movie, but simply because as a parent you are crying out for a particular conclusion...Well worth a watch.
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5 out of 10 A must see
Monica from Dublin, 28 Apr 2012
Most points finely covered by tony from dublin and lee from kerry reviews, which you should read. It is well directed, brilliantly performed, engaging, real, powerful and shocking (because you didn't know evil could lurk so close to your family). The subject can be quite hard but every parent should watch this movie. If you don't particularly like Clive Owen (like me) don't let this put you off, this is one of his best performances, if no the best to date.
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4.5 out of 10 Excellent!
Lee from Kerry, 18 Feb 2012
You might not enjoy this but you will be so glad you watched it!! This is an excellent movie covering an extremely hard subject. Clive Owen and Liana Liberato are BRILLIANT!!! Essential viewing for anyone with teenagers. Well preferably well before they turn into teenagers.
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5 out of 10 Highly recommend
Isabella from Dublin, 29 Jan 2012
This is an excellent directorial debut for David Schwimmer (Ross in Friends), very disturbing subject matter about stalkers of young teenagers on the web, Clive Owen brilliant in the part of the father, thoroughly recommend this movie
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1 out of 10 Very good
peter from Dublin, 22 Nov 2011
Very good movie, not the typical hollywood ending
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What's it about....
Safe and sound in their suburban home, Will and Lynn Cameron (Clive Owen and Catherine Keener) used to sleep well at night. When their 14-year-old daughter, Annie, made a new friend on-line – a 16-year-old boy named Charlie – Will and Lynn didn't think much of it. But when Annie and Charlie make a plan to meet what happens in the next twenty-four hours changes the entire family forever.








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