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Chris Armstrong ...
Detective
Chris Beaumont ...
Custody Sergeant (as Christopher Beaumont)
John Burgess ...
Judge
Patrick Field ...
Vere
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Anne Travers
Roger Griffiths ...
Trevor Macer
John Grillo ...
Dr. Ian Matthews
Aneirin Hughes ...
Neil Davis
Joseph Kpobie ...
Joshua Macer
Robert Lang ...
Nathan Anderson
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Tara Reeves
Guy Manning ...
Fingerprint Officer
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DI Jim Hinton
Felicity Montagu ...
Beth Simpson
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Andrew Pearce
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15 August 2000 (Sweden)  »

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Feltétlen bizalom  »

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During the trial, while Neil Davis is being questioned, the barrister for the defence objects by saying, "Objection, Your Honour". This does not happen in England and Wales and is copied from American legal dramas. In English courts, the barrister would simply rise and interject by stating the grounds of his/her objection and would most certainly never address the judge as "Your Honour". The correct form for a barrister to address a judge in England and Wales is "My Lord". See more »

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Caroline Goodall and Nathaniel "hubba hubba" Parker
19 June 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I love the way British do mysteries, and I love Nathaniel Parker, so I was eager to watch "Trust," a 2000 film.

A "brief" (attorney)Anne Travers played by Caroline Goodall finds that she has to serve as her husband Michael Mitcham's (Mark Strong) attorney when he is arrested for the murder of a prostitute. Unfortunately the case is filled with obstacles, not the least of which is that Anne finds out about an incident before they were married, and some affairs since. Anne is no saint herself - she's sleeping with his best friend, Andrew (Parker); however, she has ended it. Andrew, however, is pretty persistent. The evidence against Michael is mounting. Then devastating surprise testimony all but ruins the case.

Very good, if too long given the script, with red herrings and a neat twist. With something like this, I find it's best not to analyze the plot too much unless I really loathe it and need to find something wrong. Otherwise I just buy into it.

I do agree with other reviewers on this site that it ran long and that the characters were not very likable. However, I liked it. Strong had the strongest role and delivered; Nathaniel Parker was sexy and hard to read, which was totally appropriate; and Goodall gives an emotional performance.

It kept me watching, that's for sure.


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