“Friends” David Schwimmer turns dark with child predator movie
David Schwimmer made his name as a hapless romantic in the hit TV comedy series “Friends”, but takes on a much darker topic in his second stint behind the camera with the movie “Trust.”
A heart-rending drama about how online predators groom child victims and the impact it has on a family, “Trust” was inspired by Schwimmer’s work with rape victims.
“Trust”, which is being shown at the Toronto International Film Festival, stars Clive Owen and Catherine Keener as parents who live out a nightmare when their teenage daughter is sexually assaulted by a man who gained her trust in an online chat relationship.
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