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If a child actor becomes a star, they usually go one of two ways: either they become super-successful or utter trainwrecks.  We're more familiar with the latter than the former.  Hollywood is a brutal machine to everyone, and throwing in a child almost seems cruel since growing up is hard enough without your self-esteem being tied to fame and fortune.  Clark Gregg's Trust Me dips into this cruel, unforgiving world of child acting, and while he has no problem displaying its soul-twisting innards, his greatest sympathy seems to be more for an exploiter than the exploited. Howard (Gregg) is a former child actor now working as an agent for child actors.  He's not particularly good at his job as he's far too reliant on the hard sell, doesn't communicate effectively with his clients, and is constantly being bested by his rival agent, Aldo (Sam Rockwell).  Moments after losing his top client, »

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