Trust

  • Allan Harmon (2009)
  • Can
  • 98 min
Film Review
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2 out of 5

An apparently simple case of infidelity hides twisted truths in this ineffectual TV movie. Hampered from the start by ugly visuals and unconvincing performances, it stars US soap actress Jamie Luner (All My Children) as an artist who begins getting anonymous information that her entrepreneur husband (Nels Lennarson) is having an affair. After an excessive amount of boring dithering, the badly cast Luner finally takes her growing concerns to a private eye, prompting plenty of equally dull surveillance scenes that enrich neither the plot nor the two-dimensional characters. Rushed and hole-riddled red herrings eventually bring a splash of excitement in the last act, only for events to tie themselves up with a seriously underwhelming finale.

Plot Summary

Mystery drama starring Jamie Luner and Nels Lennarson. Sandra is happily married to Matthew, a successful entrepreneur, and is looking forward to a future of financial stability. But Sandra's life is thrown into turmoil when she begins receiving anonymous emails claiming that her husband is being unfaithful.

Cast and crew

Cast

Sandra
Jamie Luner
Matthew
Nels Lennarson

Crew

Director
Allan Harmon

Other Information

Language: 
English
Colour
Guidance: 
Edited for language.
Categories
Drama

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