FACEBOOK TWITTER EMAIL ME PRINT COMMENTS Cour­tesy of LA Film Fes­ti­val Macken­zie Davis stars in Chris­t­ian Papierniak’s indie com­e­dy set among strug­gling L.A. mil­len­ni­als, with a sup­port­ing cast that includes Car­rie Coon, Haley Joel Osment and Alia Shawkat. Think quick­ly — who’s the flaki­est per­son you know? Maybe it’s some­body who’s always mis­plac­ing their house keys, con­stant­ly for­get­ting where they parked their car or sim­ply inca­pable of get­ting their life togeth­er. Per­haps a rel­a­tive? A co-work­er? A for­mer friend now held at arm’s length? For just about any­body who knows her, Izzy (Macken­zie Davis, from Halt and Catch Fire ) would be that per­son — some­one stum­bling through life seek­ing accep­tance, but con­stant­ly cre­at­ing chaos in Chris­t­ian Papierniak’s dizzy­ing mashup of fre­net­ic visu­al styles and clash­ing nar­ra­tive tech­niques. Even if Izzy Gets the F— Across Town at first appears to be strict­ly a late-night fes­ti­val item, don’t be sur­prised to see it pop­ping up among some streamer’s off­beat offer­ings at a lat­er date. A punk rock singer-gui­tarist who hasn’t gigged in months after break­ing up the band she’d formed with her estranged sis­ter Vir­ginia (Car­rie Coon), Izzy remains total­ly unfo­cused, chron­i­cal­ly broke and almost always a red-hot mess. So […]