Synopsis: Anna suffers from agoraphobia so crippling that when a trio of criminals break into her house, she cannot bring herself to flee. But what the intruders don't realize is that agoraphobia is not her only problem.
Director(s): Adam Schindler
  2 nominations.
90 min

going to your brother's funeral.

Um, so I guess

I'll see you there.

Okay, bye-bye.


Hey, Anna. This is Charlotte.

I know you've been struggling,

but you can do this.

I'll see you at the funeral,

sweetie. Stay strong.


Anna, are you there?

Anna, please pick up the phone.

Look, the funeral's starting.

If you leave now,

you can still make it.

Please come.

I really hope you...



Hey, go around back.

And don't let anyone see you.



Alright, let's make this quick.

You know what to look for.



What's that?

Find her. Cut the phone line.


- Ah!

She's upstairs!

What the hell?

You're not supposed to be here.

Please, stop looking at me.

Please, okay?

Explain it to me.

Why aren't you

at your brother's funeral?

You're Anna, right?

Okay, Anna...

I need you

to be straight with me.

I need to know

where you keep the money.

What are you doing?

Always be prepared.

I'm sorry, prepared for what?

This is f*cking crazy, JP.

We should just f*cking leave,


Use my name again,

why don't you?!

Go ahead!

There's nothing

on the scanner.

So... looks like

she didn't call anybody.

Did you?

You're an odd bird.

Look at me.

Three men break into your home

and you don't call the police?

I was scared.

I... didn't have time to think.

I have a solution.

Just a quick little love tap

behind the ear.

We are not doing that!

We are not doing that!

- Hey.

- Then we burn this f*cker down.

F*cking Chri...

you gonna stop this shit?

Hey, go make some coffee.

- What?

- Go make some coffee.


Let the adults talk.

Ah, f*ck it.


We're not killing anyone.

Can I leave you alone with her

without making a mess of things?

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Submitted on August 05, 2018


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