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A family is devastated by a crime committed against a teenage girl in this drama. Annie (Liana Liberato) is 14 years old and growing up in a suburb of Chicago. Annie's parents, Will (Clive Owen) and Lynn (Catherine Keener), are loving, but they've been busy with her older brother, Peter (Spencer Curnutt), who is heading off to college, so she spends a lot of time on-line chatting with a boy she met on the Internet, Charlie. Annie has developed a powerful crush on Charlie, and when he asks her to meet face to face, she eagerly agrees. However, Annie is startled to discover that Charlie isn't 16 years old, as she was led to believe, but in his mid-thirties (Chris Henry Coffey), and when he talks her into stopping by his hotel room, he sexually assaults her. Humiliated, Annie confides to a friend what happened, and eventually the police are notified; it turns out that "Charlie" is a sex offender they've been tracking for months. While Annie is devastated by the experience, her family is just as shocked by what happened, particularly Will, who becomes grimly obsessed with finding the man who raped his daughter. Trust was directed by actor-turned-filmmaker David Schwimmer, representing a significant change from the comedies that made his name. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

  • Release date:April 1, 2011


Clive Owen
as Will
Catherine Keener
as Lynn
Liana Liberato
as Annie
Jason Clarke
as Doug Tate
Viola Davis
as Gail Friedman
Chris Henry Coffey
as Charlie
Noah Emmerich
as Al Hart
Jordan Trovillion
as Waitress
Brandon Molale
as Volleyball Coach
Ruth Crawford
as Grandma Susan
Marty Bufalini
as Grandpa Cal
Inga Wilson
as Aunt Nicole
Mary Murphy
as Teacher
Sarab Kamoo
as Officer Gomez
Lise Lacasse
as Passing Nurse
Wallace Bridges
as Security Officer
Joe Sikora
as Rob Moscone
Julia Glander
as Sandra Van Dorsey
Robert Axelrod
as Gun Salesman
Garrett Ryan
as Marcus Weston
Noah Crawford
as Tyler Martel
Jay Siegel
as Tour Guide


David Schwimmer
David Schwimmer
Robert Greenhut
Heidi Jo Markel
Ed Cathell III
Rob Festinger
Andrzej Sekula
Selena Arizanovic
Musical Direction/Supervision
Nathan Larson
Composer (Music Score)
Douglas Crise
Michael Shaw
Production Designer
Kerry Sanders
Art Director
Danny Dimbort
Executive Producer
Avi Lerner
Executive Producer
Trevor Short
Executive Producer
Boaz Davidson
Executive Producer
John Thompson
Executive Producer
James Kent
Set Decorator
Ellen Lutter
Costume Designer
Glen Trotiner
First Assistant Director
David Obermeyer
Sound Mixer
Mary Vernieu
Benjamin Cheah
Supervising Sound Editor
Chuck Hodes
Still Photographer
Eddie Micallef
Second Assistant Director
Ned Bridges
Visual Effects
Jennifer Jobst
Costumes Supervisor
Peter Malota
Stunts Coordinator
Cid Swank
Keith Sauter
First Assistant Editor
Ed Cathell III
Unit Production Manager
Dominick Tavella
Re-Recording Mixer