I don’t actually know for sure that Clive Owen’s character is interested in sodomizing the predator in question, but judging by the man’s past roles I have to imagine he’s weighing the option.

Trust features Owen and Catherine Keener playing parents to a precocious teenage girl who likes to chat online with strangers. Silly girl. One of the teen’s cyber pals turns out to be a violent pedophile who buggers her without asking permission and shatters the family’s false sense of security. This upsets Owen, and I don’t think the rapist is going to enjoy what happens next. The trailer is below and sadly looks pretty generic… aside from one thing. Watch the screen at the 1:35 mark and be prepared for the trailer’s (and probably the film’s) biggest surprise.

Check after the jump to watch the trailer for Trust

Craaaazy! Honestly that’s a bigger shock than Michel Gondry directing The Green Hornet isn’t it? It’s a definite turn from what he’s best known for and I hope it works out for the man I once called a friend. I also hope the film has more going for it than the trailer infers because it all looks fairly rote in it’s tale of a father out for revenge. Who knows, maybe the movie is more of a drama than a thriller and the focus is on the family’s struggle to stay strong and survive the incident. Maybe, maybe not.

But in between the tears and therapy sessions and arguments about no one understanding what the girl is going through… I really hope that Owen manages to catch the pervert and sodomize him with his daughter’s laptop computer.

Trust premiers at the Toronto International Film Festival next month, but there’s no domestic release date as of yet.


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