The trailer for Dan Chen’s forthcoming T.M. is now available on ComingSoon. ComingSoon now has the Landry documentary. The picture was produced by Jesse Einstein and will be available in cinemas and on-demand services starting July 1, 2022.
Accepted offers a fascinating and fresh look at the world Ivy League college applications, and the hidden costs of entering elite American society. Director Dan Chen takes a wider look at the injustices of the American education system, which has incredible access to T.M. Landry’s first documentary features features the deeply personal stories of four children who are determined to overcome all obstacles and achieve their dreams.
Accepted: Date of release
The picture was produced by Jesse Einstein. It will be available in cinemas and on-demand services starting July 1, 2022.
Accepted takes a total of 91 minutes to complete.
T.M. is home to four high school seniors from rural Louisiana. Landry is an unusual K-12 school that is housed in a warehouse and known for sending its students to top universities such as Harvard, Yale, Stanford, and Stanford. The synopsis states that the kids are trying to reach Mike Landry, the school’s founder, who has set high standards for their education and is known for sending their graduates to top universities like Harvard, Yale, and Stanford.
Dan Chen, the filmmaker, says in the film that he hopes viewers will examine the comforting myths about society. “I also hope audiences will be inspired and motivated by a new generation who have an astonishing clarity about the world.”