With a plot full of twists, betrayal and desire (Trust) addresses Brooke's relationship (Victoria Justice) and Owen (Matthew Daddario) and the suspicions that arise with the arrival of the painter Ansgar (Lucien Laviscount).
approaching the insecurities that exist in a marriage, both Brooke and Owen become suspicious of the other, are messages and calls that increase the suspicion that something is wrong and there is some secret that cannot be told. Ansgar's clear advances do not help alleviate Owen's anguish, even as they try to trust each other, situations build up and become untenable.
With a non-linear timeline, it is not possible to know who to trust, and at each flashback a new fact is revealed. Trust becomes so fragile that at any moment, the slightest movement will cause it to break. Trying to establish the facts and their order is what holds throughout the film, with an ending that leaves open what the future of the couple will be.
The games of manipulation and deceit to find out about fidelity leaves the question: do all men betray? If women are given the right incentive, will they cheat? Reality is full of nuances that will make you question their actions, who made the mistake first makes the next mistake forgivable? Human relationships can be more fragile than you think. Do feelings turn into lies when there's a bump along the way?
While waiting for the outcome, the crowd remains to know what happened in each scene that is reviewed and expanded, understanding the motivations and consequences of each step taken. Putting in check the perspective that is built from each of the characters at all times.
The film was based on the award-winning play push in Kristen Lazarian, which received positive reviews and has distribution from Synapse Distribution. From January 14, Betrayal and Desire comes to digital platforms: Claro Now, Vivo Play, iTunes/Apple TV, Google Play and YouTube Filmes.