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The assaulted man chooses not to press charges for fear that he will be outed as a sex offender to his family.Will apologizes to the man but Annie feels humiliated.Annie is taken aback at first, but comes to believe that the two of them are in love.After two months of communicating electronically, Charlie invites Annie to meet him at the mall.After seeing pictures of Charlie's other victims, she flees her home and seeks consolation from Friedman, before finally admitting to herself that she was raped.The next day, Annie tries to move on with her life by participating in her school's volleyball game.
The critical consensus states "Director David Schwimmer gets some gut-wrenching performances out of his actors but he still lacks the chops to fully ratchet up story tension." Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times gave the film four stars out of four and stated in his review "The bravest thing about David Schwimmer's "Trust" is that it doesn't try to simplify.
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Fourteen-year-old Annie Cameron lives in suburban Chicago. When she meets Charlie in an online chat room, she establishes an instant connection with him. Over time, as the two bond by sending phone text messages and through instant messaging, he bumps his age up to 20, then 25.
She locks herself in the bathroom and attempts suicide by overdosing with pills, unbeknownst to her father, who's still at home.
A panicked call from Lynn leads Will to search the house for a semi-conscious Annie.
Annie is evidently bitter towards Brittany and her parents, as she's under the false pretense that Charlie loves her.