Agoraphobia spotlighted in new Leomark Studios release starring Lori Petty

Film is due for release in April

Acclaimed actress Lori Petty shines in an award-winning performance in the first new indie film sensation of 2018, “Fear, Love, and Agoraphobia”.

From writer-director Alex D’Lerma comes the critically acclaimed and award-winning story of an agoraphobic man and a female marine struggling to overcome paralyzing circumstances.

Hot from it’s festival run, “Fear, Love, and Agoraphobia” premieres on VOD this April from Leomark Studios.

Chet is a 28 year old agoraphobic man and still lives with his mother. When Mom moves away Chet has to get a roommate. Enter Maggie. A volatile female Marine with her own personal issues. The two become emotionally entangled as they struggle to escape from their self-made prisons.

“Fear, Love and Agoraphobia” won a total of 17 film festival awards to date and competed in the 2017 Santa Cruz and Ojai film festivals.

D’Lerma has continuously worked as a director, actor, screenwriter and editor in film, TV, theater and radio for more than two decades. He has trained numerous actors and directors over the past ten years at his Cinema Gym “On Camera” workshops at University of California, Los Angeles.

Petty (“Orange is the new Black”, Point Break), Dustin Coffey (“2 Broke Girls”) and Linda Burzynski (“Animal Kingdom”) give “pitch perfect performances”* in a “pleasant and welcome distraction from big budget fare”,  available only on VOD April 13.

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