You know those movies you come away from thinking "wow... just wow"? This is one of them. You'll find it filed under drama but I assure you this is as scary as movies get. It's every parents worst nightmare and tells a story about a 14 year old girl who gets swept up in an online flirt with a strange boy. At first he's 16... and then reveals that he's in his 20s... and then in his 30s, all the while showering her in affection and tenderness. As many teenage girls would, she becomes besotted with him and they finally meet. I'm not spoiling the film by revealing that he rapes her. That is the anchor of the film that fuels everything else that comes. The consequences of this and the impact it has on the girl's family is immense. Clive Owen is amazing as the father who becomes fuelled with so much rage that he loses sight of where his responsibilities lie and Katherine Keener is great as the mother who tries to be the strength for both. Its a real performance film and newcomer Liana Liberato is nothing short if phenomonel as a teenage girl who falls victim to an online predator. Wow. As a parent this is a terrifying film. It certainly brings comfort to the fact that in our home we are strict on our kids access to the internet... but this film needs to be seen by those parents who neither know what their kids get up to online in their bedrooms or care. Trust is definitely one of the more potent films I've seen this year and it's pretty close to perfect. David Schwimmer (of Friends fame) is proving to be a versatile and talented director. This could not be any further from Run Fat Boy Run.