Los Angeles suburbs. The end of the world. There is no way to reach the center without a car. But Izzy's car broke down and she wakes up in someone's bed next to a man she doesn't even know. She has a hangover and her uniform is dirty, which tells that she was working as a barmaid the night before. It could be an ordinary morning, if it weren't for the fact that her ex-boyfriend is throwing an engagement party today. Old love never dies and jealousy blooms quickly. Izzy, pissed off as f**k, decides to get through the City of Angels (even on foot if she has to) and break into the paradise she had been kicked out of. She misses the serenity she had in a relationship. Serenity is also nowhere to be found in the full-length debut of Christian Papierniak, who applied a technique involving quickly changing shots and tells the story of a woman defined by constant movement, shouting and pursuing her goal desperately. Izzy is under pressure and on the verge of a nervous breakdown. She finds peace, although in a situation that no one would expect - including herself.
Napa Valley FF 2017 - Special Jury Award, Best Breakout Performance; Tacoma FF 2017 - Best Narrative Feature, Jury Award, Best Performance
Born in San Francisco, started making movies at the age of 15. He completed the course in the American literature at the University of Southern California, where he also studied film making. A short movie made in 2001, entitled Hal Buckley, and the script for the full-length The Long Shadow of John Brown earned him an invitation for the Fox Searchlight's Searchlab. Then he was working for numerous TV stations and film studios. In 2001 "Filmmaker" named Papierniak one of the 25 New Faces of Independent Film.
2001 Hal Buckley (short)
2005 A Simple Love Story (short)
2015 The Final 4 Minutes and 17 Seconds of Emily Dixon (short)
2017 Izzy Gets the Fuck Across Town