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Trust (2009)

TV Movie  -   -  Crime | Drama | Mystery  -  2 January 2010 (USA)
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When the wife of a successful entrepreneur receives mysterious letters and emails claiming that her husband is cheating on her, she must choose between searching for the author of these messages and investigating her husband's fidelity.

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Brunette (as Denyc Poole)
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When the wife of a successful entrepreneur receives mysterious letters and emails claiming that her husband is cheating on her, she must choose between searching for the author of these messages and investigating her husband's fidelity.

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Trust is in short supply here
1 August 2010 | by (Brooklyn NY USA) – See all my reviews

***SPOILERS*** Overly plotted and both mind numbingly and complicated film that feels like it's a week long 10 to 12 hour mini series not a 90 minute made for Lifetime TV movie.

There's the Gunn's Sandra & Matthew, Jamie Luner & Neis Lennarson, an upscale Seattle couple who's hopes and dreams depends on Matthew's Sergecal Tech. company getting the O.K to market this new heart monitor. The monitor will not only revolutionize the world of cardiology but make him and Sandra rich beyond words. It's about that time that Sandra starts getting E-Mails and letters, with no return address or stamp on them, telling her that her husband Matthew is cheating on her.

Sandra goes so far as getting private detective Moon(Steven Cree Molison), a guy with a perfect set of white teeth, to check her husband out. As it turns out Moon finds that Matthew in fact is not having an affair with anybody man or woman! Still the letters and E-mails keep coming telling Sandra that her husband is a first class heel and not to believe Moon or anyone else that he's not!

It's then that we get to the real heart of the matter in Matthew's assistant the sexy Michelle Jablonski, Crystal Lowe, who discovered a clink in the heart monitor machine that his company is now marketing to the public. There's something wrong with it and if not fixed at once, and also being withdrawn from the market, it may well end up killing dozens if not hundreds of it's users! The only problem now is to keep this news from Matthews's partner in the company and good friend Bill Jackson, Brendan Beiser, from knowing about it. Bill being the honest and ethical person that he is would have the heart monitor withdrawn and thus, in order to save lives, bankrupt the company!

***MAJOR MAJOR SPOILERS***(Don't read unless you've already seen the movie) Despite it's overly complicated storyline it doesn't take that long to realize what exactly is going on with Matthew's so-called extra curricular activities with the opposite sex in the film. It's all a shell game on Matthew's part to somehow get Bill out of the way and do it so expertly that even an old hand like PI Moon would be fooled by it! What Matthew didn't quite count on was that in this modern age of high tech computers and mini cell phones the slightest slip up can mean disaster on his part! And that's exactly what happens to him at the very end of the movie!


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