The New York Times: David Schwimmer talks about directing the locally shot feature film, "Trust"
Sunday's edition of The New York Times featured a story about David Schwimmer's most recent venture into film directing, "Trust," which was shot in Ann Arbor (largely at U-M's North Campus Research Complex, formerly Pfizer), Plymouth, Dexter, and Novi (at 12 Oaks Mall) near the end of 2009.
The article notes that Schwimmer hopes to finally leave behind Ross, the character he played for years on the NBC sitcom "Friends," by way of his directing and theater projects, and that "Trust" will be released in theaters; however, there are no specifics as to when the release might happen, or how wide it will be.
"Trust" tells the story of what happens to a family when a 14-year-old girl is seduced and raped by an online predator. Starring Clive Owen, Catherine Keener, and Viola Davis, among others, the screenplay was written by Andy Bellin and Robert Festinger.
Here's the trailer.