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The hilarious-looking Izzy Gets The Fuck Across Town is the debut for writer/director Christian Papierniak and stars Mackenzie Davis, Haley Joel Osment, and Alia Shawkat.

Messed up people aren’t the best to be around in real life, but they sure are fun to watch on the big screen.

Izzy Gets the Fuck Across Town centers on an epically messed up young woman in a plot that requires an epically messed up character to sustain itself. After all, Izzy is only trying to get across L.A., a simple endeavor for anyone with a modicum of their shit together. But Izzy does not have her shit together, which sets the film up for a series of high jinks and crazy situations to occur while she’s on her way to her ex’s engagement party.


source: Shout! Factory

In the titular role, Mackenzie Davis will get to be wildly broad, continuing to expand upon the wide range of characters she’s brought to the big and small screen. It looks like plenty of familiar supporting players will pop up as well, with Haley Joel Osment, Alia ShawkatCarrie Coon, and Lakeith Stanfield all appearing in this trailer alone.

The film marks the feature debut for writer/director Christian Papierniak, who previously worked on shorts and video games. He’s keeping this one brief as well, with it clocking in at a brisk 86 minutes and bucking the trend of overlong American comedies. That’s probably for the best, as train wreck characters can wear out their welcome pretty quickly. From the looks of it, Izzy should be a quick, fun shot of adrenaline.

Izzy Gets the Fuck Across Town is directed by Christian Papierniak and stars Mackenzie DavisHaley Joel Osment, and Alia Shawkat. It will be released in the U.S. on May 4th, 2018. Further release dates are not currently known.

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