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an irrational or disproportionate fear of being in crowds, public places, or open areas, often accompanied by anxiety attacks: in extreme cases, avoidance behaviors may render affected individuals homebound.
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Anna has developed anxiety and agoraphobia due to trauma, the details of which unfurl later in the film but have nothing to do with viruses stalking her west Harlem neighborhood and the rest of the world.