The trailer for the Netflix-exclusive Bad Education movie clipart movie shows students at the University of Chicago studying at a dormitory in the United States.
Bad Education, which will be available to stream on September 11th, was first announced in May of this year.
The trailer showed a student at the college, who is seen sitting on the couch, reading a book and talking with another student.
A caption read: “He was the only one in the room.”
The clipart depicts the student sitting on a couch reading the book, as the other student watches from a distance.
As the caption reads, “It’s not just the time, but the content that is relevant,” the students at UChicago are reading and discussing a wide range of topics, from economics to politics.
The students are shown eating, drinking, talking and laughing in a way that’s reminiscent of the way students at other UChicagos will talk in real life.
In this clipart from Bad Education clipart by artist and film maker Aaron K. Davis, the students are eating pizza and talking about politics.
It’s not all rote learning, however, as students are also discussing the meaning of the word “pizza.”
In the clipart above, one student says: “I’m not an anarchist, I’m a communist.
I’m not a Marxist, I don’t believe in socialism.
I believe in freedom.
And freedom is the most important thing.”
Another student, a student who is the student who reads the book in the film, says: “[The students] are talking about the world.
They’re saying, ‘There’s this one thing that you’re supposed to think about and that’s why we’re doing this.
We just do it because it’s the right thing to do.””
Another student explains: “We’re doing something different, but it’s not a political thing.
We just do it because it’s the right thing to do.