6.61 h 32 min2018X-RayALL
Inspired by the book of Job, Trust tells the story of Daniel Rainwater, an everyday guy whose life is falling apart. As his marriage to Sarah begins to crumble when he loses his job and thinking that life couldn't get any worse, it does. Bitter towards God and going nowhere fast, Daniel must learn to trust God again before he loses it all for good.
Angus Benfield
Chelsea BennettSuzan Marie GhalebDanny Elacci
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Butterflymom54Reviewed in the United States on February 18, 2019
5.0 out of 5 stars
Realistic portrayel of difficult curcumstances and the victory that follows
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I had seen this movie advertised but waited. Tonight I viewed it and I am so glad. God always gives us exactly what we need, when we need it! The family in crisis in this movie is a prefect example of how difficult times can drive us mad! The choices and decisions this family was making were outside God's good plan and chaos erupted. The father character went through so much and was broken, but the prayers and love and grace of several people around him, finally motivated him to trust God and them. The mother made a very selfish, self-centered choice that further led to very sad times for their children. The oldest daughter began to harbor resentment, but she too came to a place to realize praising God was the way to go. When viewing this movie, keep an open mind. Just watch. Just listen! There is always something we can learn in our daily journey out of the bondage of selfishness and the stronghold of self-centered living. Living for God is the only true path to success: Spiritual success. This portrayal of a family and what they went through, was very familiar and realistic to me. Cute and fun to see it in an Australian setting. Much of this movie is funny. Told or shown, with a lot of quirky moments that help the viewer through what is at times, very sad moments. However I would never state this movie is depressive or dark. This movie had a great message for me to take away. We must never forget that our portion of suffering was first accepted by Christ Jesus. God states in His word that if we are to share in the glory of Christ, we must first share in His suffering. If we trust and learn to thank God, even in difficult times, soon we will see the wonderful blessings as bigger than the smaller disappointments. God is huge. Our issues are tiny compared to Him. Suffering hurts but when we are assured that God can bring good out of them, it is easier to accept them and wait for how God will repay us. Much like Job. Enjoy!! :) P.S. Check out a great book called-FACING YOUR GIANTS by Max Lucado. It really put our fears and troubles in perspective and remind us of what really matters in this life. Based on David's life. Very inspirational like this movie.
25 people found this helpful
SixtusReviewed in the United States on September 6, 2019
5.0 out of 5 stars
Praise God in Everything...
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Great movie! This story is written in the spirit of the Book of Job, where the main character, Daniel, goes through some pretty rough times in his life before things get better. Daniel's downhill spiral starts with a job loss and things only get worse from there as he becomes bitter towards God and life. Through the guidance of some pretty great friends, one in particular who we later find out has been through a similar rough time in life after the loss of his wife, Daniel begins to trust in God's Plan and be thankful for everything in life. The talk between Daniel and his friend is one of the best parts of the movie- very inspiring to the point where you will think about your own life and choices. I love his line about being thankful for the little TV that you need a stick to change the channel- but hey, it IS a TV! Daniel has a lot to be grateful for with friends that really stand by him. Even the wife, whose poor choice early on was a large catalyst of the difficulties that he endured, stood by him throughout. She stayed a positive mother for the kids, did not turn them against their father, and despite dealing with her own guilt and pain, was there for him. It doesn't negate her poor choice, but it shows that she really was repentant and willing to step up for her family. The priest/pastor in the hospital gives her really great advice. Daniel learns about 'drinking from the cup' and accepting the difficult times in life as opposed to being bitter and holding on to resentment and regret. In the end, as Daniel starts to trust God and the people around him, his life begins to move in a more positive direction. True to the Job's story, this story has a happy ending where Daniel becomes a better man, father, and husband. This movie is based in Australia and has some beautiful scenery with beaches and city skylines. Highly recommend, good family movie that everyone will enjoy. It touches on some more grown up topics (infidelity), but they are handled well with nothing inappropriate. You will enjoy the uplifting story!
12 people found this helpful
G P BReviewed in the United States on May 16, 2021
5.0 out of 5 stars
In everything give thanks!
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We decided to watch it before the kids to see if it was appropriate for them (14, 12, and 5) and it is, for all of them. It was more than a modern portrayal of the book of Job, and it hit my husband and me really hard. I wondered how could they portray it in a modern way, but it hit to our gut. It shows why some people reject God or Christianity... we can keep going into that downward spiral, or we can turn around, do a 180, and run to God. That's why in His word it says, "Give thanks IN all circumstances, for this is God's will for you in Christ Jesus." (1Thessalonians 5:18)
Just like his friend in the movie said, "It is so easy to look at what we don't have or what is going wrong, but to realize that everyone suffers in this life, [it's the consequence of sin], but some suffer more than others." And how much did Jesus suffer? much more than we could ever the point of death on a cross, not for anything He did wrong, but because He loved us SO much and He wanted to redeem the world. Giving thanks in even the little things, and in everything, good or bad is what Job did. And writing a list so we can be reminded of our thankfulness to God so we can be grateful and not ungrateful. Job praised God and though he cursed the day he was born, he never cursed God. God is our Creator, without Him, nothing would be. We would never have life. God can make good come out of evil, God can turn sorrow into joy. God allowed Satan to test Job because He knew that Job was a faithful servant. God never gives us more than we can handle. (1 Corinthians 10:13) Thank you for this movie. Please keep making more like this. To God be the glory!
6 people found this helpful
ElizabethReviewed in the United States on August 30, 2019
5.0 out of 5 stars
Real and inspiring!
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This movie is so real. It shows how we, as human beings, are so easily brought down by our circumstances. However, life happens and most of us know how this character, Daniel Rainwater, feels. It is so true to life, while a little exaggerated, that it is easy to relate and feel compassion for the characters. It shows the grace of God in a way that is both real and inspiring. Praise God for a movie like this. I would very much recommend this movie.
13 people found this helpful
Gary J. HeffnerReviewed in the United States on August 3, 2019
4.0 out of 5 stars
An Unassuming Gem
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Not too preachy - mostly just accepting your circumstances and thanking God for them but it's nice to watch a movie where God is not just another cuss word. Sweet and pleasant though slow moving.
15 people found this helpful
NewellDReviewed in the United States on February 10, 2019
5.0 out of 5 stars
Sometimes I think I know it all ...
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Isaiah 55:
8 For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways, saith the Lord.
9 For as the heavens are higher than the earth, so are my ways higher than your ways, and my thoughts than your thoughts.

This is so hard to remember sometimes, but when I do I realize God is smiling on me and helping all things combine to my good - if I only remember to be grateful!
16 people found this helpful
SamFReviewed in the United States on August 22, 2019
1.0 out of 5 stars
Not an honest representation at all
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This is absolute garbage. It’s a Montage of Christian clichés. What is worse is that the movie depicts that these Christian clichés actually help. Clearly the author is clueless about suffering. This movie absolutely doesn’t depict real feelings or emotions and is just a cheep attempt at a redemption story that leaves everyone dissatisfied. The ones that hope for restoration are disappointed because the repentance is not convincing and everyone else wishes that the guy kicked the cheat to the curb. No one will be happy watching this movie it is obviously not a trustworthy representation of life or God. It’s only because lying reviews that I watched this trash.
5 people found this helpful
customerReviewed in the United States on July 30, 2019
5.0 out of 5 stars
Heartfelt Story, Wonderful Movie
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in all ways. Very glad to see such a well made adaptation of the "Job" story. And, without any of the spiritually fatal "Prosperity Gospel" rampant & damning in the USA. I can easily care for & empathize with this movie's family, their friends, & other people. With Jesus Christ, who drank from the hardest cup ever, there is hope for us all. In Jesus Christ's name, amen.
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