The trailer for Trust contains a riddle, and it is as follows: Why would so many talented people (Clive Owen, Catherine Keener, Viola Davis, Tom McCarthy) sign on to make a ham-handed movie about cyber-stalking that appears to be, more or less, Taken for the Lifetime Movie Channel? Potential answers: (1) The trailer is misleading, having omitted all of the hidden nuance in the full-length version of this film about a good dad who goes bad when his daughter is sexually assaulted by a sex maniac she met on the Internet. (2) The trailer is not misleading, but the script was good before it was turned into a movie about Internet sex predators. (3) The title of this film, Trust, acted as some sort of trigger, turning off the actors’ brains and inspiring them just to, you know, trust. (4) Friends’ David Schwimmer, the director of this film, kidnapped the actors and forced them to appear in his movie. (5) David Schwimmer blackmailed the actors and forced them to appear in his movie. (6) David Schwimmer is some sort of sex god.