Claustrophobia love

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  • And "Claustrophobia", the debut feature from Hong Kong director Ivy Ho, boasted an intriguing premise (albeit one borrowed wholesale from Harold Pinter's drama "Betrayal") as a clandestine office romance between a married executive and a bright young woman is told backwards, from their recriminatory breakup through to their flirtatious beginnings.

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  • And "Claustrophobia", the debut feature from Hong Kong director Ivy Ho, boasted an intriguing premise (albeit one borrowed wholesale from Harold Pinter's drama

    indieWIRE News

  • Getty Images Claustrophobia can trigger a panic attack, which can seem to appear out of the blue.

    Seeing Signs of a Panic Attack Before One Happens

  • Claustrophobia replaces openness as you experience the unnameable on a colossal scale.

    The Facelessness of Mass Destruction

  • Claustrophobia replaces openness; two people cannot walk abreast down the aisles.

    The Facelessness of Mass Destruction

  • Claustrophobia was not a condition Bill Johnson understood.

    POLITICAL HOT TOPICS: September 01, 2009

  • P-Phobias: Claustrophobia, please don't make me take another MRI .... please.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • Claustrophobia inside the tiny cabin and a fear of the ocean conspired to incapacitate him totally.

    Rowing the ATLANTIC

  • Claustrophobia clings to my nerves no matter how I try to suppress it.

    Ben Lear: Storstad

  • EU Referendum: Claustrophobia skip to main | skip to sidebar

    Claustrophobia

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