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Product Description

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 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.

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4 stars! One of the year s best films. Powerfully emotional. A remarkable performance by Liberato. ---Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times

Honest with its layered performances. A warning call to parents everywhere to pay attention. Schwimmer leaves us thinking long after the credits roll. --- Danielle Johnsen, Indiewire

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Product Details

  • Actors: Clive Owen, Catherine Keener, Viola Davis, Jason Clarke, Liana Liberato
  • Directors: David Schwimmer
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    R
    Restricted
  • Studio: Millennium Media
  • DVD Release Date: July 26, 2011
  • Run Time: 104 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (161 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004O8OLO0
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,822 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Format: Blu-ray
First off I usually hate to write reviews before a product is released, However after seeing this movie I have to do so. I will be coming back and reviewing the Blu Ray quality once it is released so do not worry! Now for the Movie....

This movie is about a young girl who is the victim of an internet predator, I seriously do not want to give anything about this movie out it hits HARD. The acting on both Clive Owens part and Liana Liberato are amazing. At times I wanted to cry for her and at others I could not even watch, Clive Owen brings so much realism to his role as a father it really got to me being a father and all I recommend this movie to any parent and teenager.

Child Predators come in all forms and I really think this movie could help parents recognize things going on around them. Teenagers could also learn from this movie, It is a serious problem and the movie did such a well job showing so.

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So I have watched the Blu Ray release now and Must say it is not what I was expecting, Do not get me wrong it was great just not as good as most modern blu ray releases. The Audio was good the video was a bit lacking the darks a bit uneven, only two extras that are movie related regardless, It is still a must own and I recommend it to all.
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Forget what you know about the clichés of online predators. Forget what you've seen on shows like Dateline or Oprah. And I challenge you: Go ahead and go into this movie with a preconceived notion on its premise. This movie will baffle you on how complex the human spirit is. Yes, the girl meets a guy older than her from the Internet across the country. But no, it will be nothing of what you think the outcome will be.

Humans are incredibly complex and this honest film delves into the psychology of a functioning family like nothing I've seen. Once you think the movie will take one step deeper, it takes three. Once you believe one surprise is coming, three do. The acting: wonderful. The writing: (literally) breathtaking. The overall composition of the piece: riveting. Its brilliance should be watched by any boy or girl or father or mother or man or woman from ages 10 to dead. I guarantee that you will not be able to get the film out of your thoughts for at least a few days. You'll understand right when you put it into your DVD player.
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Trust is one of those films that every one should see.
It sparks conversations long after you leave the theater about the internet, family values, relationships and how one incident can change the future. It is realistic and as a woman, I sat there going "yep- I can see myself doing that."

The acting is amazing... Clive Owen and Catherine Keener are at the top of their game, yet it is newcomer Liana Liberto who grabs your heart and doesn't let go.

EVERY parent needs to watch this film. I certainly agree - "its one if the year's BEST Films!"
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I thought the movie as a whole was very well done. Liana and Clive Owen are in top form in this movie as they realistically portray their roles as daughter and father respectively. There were a few parts that were hard to watch and others where I found myself wanting to yell at the daughter for being naive enough to get into the car with him. On the other hand, I could somewhat identify with her, and I could understand her wanting to believe the things the predator told her. Yes, this is just a movie, but it definitely seems like it could be a real story. I found myself having a lot of the same reactions as the father did in being pissed off and wanting to kill the predator (lol), but thought that he could have done a better job in focusing less on killing predators and more on simply being there for his daughter. That tension and each of their reactions to the event were honest, and made for a believable story, however. As a whole, the movie is well done.
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Painfully, unflinchingly honest movie about some of the many ways we damage each other. David Schwimmer's film never goes for the easy answer - everything is complicated, all the performances nuanced and credible.

I know that credits are negotiated by agents but Liana Liberato really deserves to be credited above the title with Clive Owen and Catherine Keener for her astonishingly complex performance.
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The movie is compelling family drama, current and intense in the destruction of family unit in this day and age of cyberspace predators. The daughter looks for approval in all the wrong places, parents are preoccupied. The ease in which the predator can attach to one who is searching is phenomenally frightening, and it never grows old that all parents/grandparents, older children present, have yet another film that they should see.
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This is a must-see movie for today, especially for parents of teen or pre-teen girls and boys. Clive Owen gives an inspired performance as a father outraged beyond his ability to control. It puts you through the paces of investigation and the greatest agony, facing the fact that your daughter thinks the predator loves her and she is special and her parents don't understand. Catherin Keener does an excellent job as a mother caught between her husband's rage and her daughter's outrageous behavior. This is how one "normal" American family worked out this problem...it's real and it's hard to watch at times, but so memorable. Clive Owen should have received recognition for this part, but Hollywood is too busy making action block-busters to care.
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