David Schwimmer's latest directorial effort Trust is about a teenager's involvement with an online predator, and the topic is especially important to the Friends alum. He has volunteered with The Rape Foundation for several years, and through the nonprofit met a father of a sexual assault victim who, in turn, inspired the film. David and his wife Zoe are expecting their first child, but he revealed that he didn't learn about the pregnancy until shooting wrapped. Instead, he said his chats with his lead actor and father-of-two Clive Owen helped bring the script to life. David also talked with us about how he plans to help his own son or daughter navigate our technology-saturated world and why this movie, which hits theaters on Friday, was such a passion project for him. Check out our interview with him below, as well our chat with his two stars, Clive and up-and-coming actress Liana Liberato.
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