Trust The Man

Theatrical Release: September 22, 2006
Trust The Man
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Synopsis

A smart, sophisticated comedy about the challenges of love and marriage among modern day New Yorkers, Trust the Man features the romantic escapades of two couples: a successful actress (Julianne Moore) and her stay at home husband (David Duchovny); and her slacker younger brother (Billy Crudup) and his aspiring novelist girlfriend (Maggie Gyllenhaal). The film follows this flawed foursome on their pointed, often surprising and frequently hilarious search for love in the midst of careers, family, infidelity and the ever-daunting search for Manhattan street parking.

Dove Review

This movie is filled with scenes that will make you laugh but if you are embarrassed about discussing sex this is not the movie for you. An interesting look at two couples that are having problems especially with their sex lives. This issue is talked about in many different ways, making this inappropriate for the family.

Content Description

Sex: Couple kissing, couple necking in cab, unmarried couple have sex under covers, conversations about sex and sexual acts, man looking at porn site on computer, woman kisses another woman.
Language: F-9; A-3; B-2; GD-1; OMG-2; JC-1; BS-2; J-1; 3 uses of slang for male genitalia
Violence: Two times man gets hit in private parts by young boy.
Drugs: Cigarettes, wine
Nudity: None
Occult: None

Info

Company: Fox Searchlight Pictures
Director: Bart Freundlich
Producer: Sidney Kimmel
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 103 min.
Industry Rating: R
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe