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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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Contrived ending ruins the rest
24 October 2004 | by (La Rioja, Spain) – See all my reviews

What at first appears to be an excellent 'whodunnit' in the best British style, with pretty good performances all round, 'Trust' carefully constructs an interesting scenario in a very plausible step-by-step process which keeps the viewer glued to the screen. A woman's body is spewed out of the back of a refuse truck onto one of those great urban rubbish dumps; she is thought to be a prostitute.......but is she?

The film is up to the level of and comparable with Diarmuid Lawrence's highly recommendable 'The Echo' (1998) (TV) (qv) - until the final scenes, that is. As the denouément is sputtered out, the totally implausible outcome renders all that has gone before to the level of a cheap Agatha Christie story.


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