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Fear, Love, and Agoraphobia (2018)

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An agoraphobic man and a female Marine become emotionally entangled as they struggle to escape from their personal prisons.

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Alex D'Lerma
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Credited cast:
Marcus LaVoi ... Rego
Lori Petty ... Francis
Doug Haley ... Karl
Mark Adair-Rios ... Jerry
Frank Gerrish ... Pat
Vince Lozano ... White Eagle
Linda Burzynski ... Maggie
Matthew Alan Brady ... Rupert
Chanel Marriott ... Valentina
Angelica Amor ... Bernadette
Erika Garces ... Danny
Ed Aristone ... Rick
Anny Rosario ... Sara
Christie Insley ... TV Reporter
Chris Gooch ... Scott (as Christopher Gooch)
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Chet, a 29 year old agoraphobic man, is abandoned by his mother, and only friend, leaving him desperate to find a new "anchor" in his life. Maggie, a homeless, alcoholic former Marine, discovers a safe-haven living with Chet. Fear Love and Agorphobia is the story of two emotionally disabled people, struggling to overcome paralyzing circumstances and move forward in their lives. Written by anonymous

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Before you go outside, you have to look inside.

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Comedy | Drama

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Country:

USA

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English

Release Date:

13 April 2018 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Agora See more »

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1.85 : 1
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Admirable, Beautifully made Film
27 March 2019 | by davetodd-43775See all my reviews

All that is wrong with movies these days is left to lesser, less confident, less brave films than this. Nothing cheap or sensational to this film. The cast is superb, and receives the editing, pace and directorial space it deserves: the acting is nuanced, explosive, intimate, but never false, glib, or facile in it's striving. The cast is given the job of carrying this film, and they do it triumphantly. The startling juxtaposition of a life-sentence prisoner, an agoraphobic, and a homeless person is a bold conception very well handled, and deeply provocative.


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