Alan Cumming plays Brandon Lee in an unbelievable High School Hoax in 'My Old School'

Alan Cumming plays Brandon Lee in an unbelievable High School Hoax in 'My Old School' ...

The infamous former student''s trailer for My Old School was unveiled by IndieWire, which teases the insane nature of the film, which, by Jono McLeod, was dissected. Instead, footage from McLeod''s interview with Alan Cumming (The Good Wife, GoldenEye) was lip-synked by critics who received a 95% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

As he recounts his time at Bearsden back in 1993, we see Lee smiling with his peers, who he believed was worth it. Through a mix of humor and testimony, Lee revealed that he was chosen as a student who seemed as if he had been at the academy forever. In Lee''s words, "Hiding in plain sight is about the best place you can hide."

As a student at the academy, a trailer for Lee''s journey dives into the dark side of his story, which includes one story in which he and a group of other students were being chased by the police when he unveiled his secret. Despite their best efforts, nobody can truly understand why Lee, really 30-year-old Brian MacKinnon, would pose as a student and hang around with high school students. It starts out of control into one of the most bizarre true events to ever occur, with

Alongside its extensive animation and interviews from Lee and others, the film also includes archive footage from the academy and local reports to bring viewers back to Lee''s deception. McLeod, however, proved the perfect person to produce the documentary. He referred Lee''s arrival to IndieWire, declaring:

"When Brandon first approached my high school class in 1993, he was from Canada, had a strange attitude, and was completely different to the rest of us children. But as the sophomore year improved, he became one of the most popular kids in school. It would not be until after graduation that wed discover his path to success."

After learning that Lee planned to play Lee in a film back in the 1990s, McLeod admitted, "I believe Alan was tickled that this part had found its way back to him after all of that time. And it''s remarkable," the film''s soundtrack says.

After the Sundance run, Magnolia Pictures purchased My Old School for distribution. It''s expected to debut in theaters on July 22. Check out the trailer below.