“Exclusive ‘Accepted’ – T.M. Landry Documentary Gets Teaser Trailer, Poster, Release date and More”
The Accepted trailer for Dan Chen’s upcoming T.M. Landry documentary is now available on ComingSoon. Jesse Einstein produced the picture, which will be released in cinemas and on demand services on July 1, 2022.
Accepted takes a fresh and fascinating look at the world of Ivy League college applications and the hidden cost of breaking into elite American society. Director Dan Chen grounds a broader look at the injustices in the American education system with incredible access to T.M. Landry and the profoundly personal experiences of four vibrant kids striving to overcome endless obstacles to reach their aspirations in his first documentary feature.
Accepted: Release date
Jesse Einstein produced the picture, which will be released in cinemas and on demand services on July 1, 2022.
Accepted has a 91-minute runtime.
“Four rural Louisiana high school seniors attend T.M. Landry, an unusual K-12 school housed in a minimalist warehouse that is known for sending its graduates to major universities like Harvard, Yale, and Stanford. According to the synopsis, “the kids try to achieve the high standards of Mike Landry, the imposing founder of the school who designs a relentless road toward their college goals.” “When the New York Times publishes an expose on Landry’s questionable techniques, the school trembles under the pressure.” Each senior is confronted with unpleasant truths about themselves school and the college applications process, and determine what they are prepared to do to be accepted.
In the film, filmmaker Dan Chen says, “I hope this film helps viewers examine the comfortable myths we tell ourselves about our society.” “I also hope that audiences will be inspired by a new generation of pupils who have a surprising clarity about the world.”