13 Reasons Why (Netflix)

Genre:  Drama, Thriller
VOD/Netflix: March 31, 2017

Current rating: Rating: 4.53
based on 34 votes and 6 reviews
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Cast: Katherine Langford, Christian Navarro, Michael Sadler, Justin Prentice, Devin Druid, Miles Heizer, Ross Butler, Brandon Flynn, Amy Hargreaves, Dylan Minnette, Derek Luke, Kate Walsh

Synopsis

This Netflix original series tells the heartwrenching story of a teen's suicide. When Clay Jensen (Dylan Minnette) returns home from school, he finds a box on his porch. Finding his name on it, he opens it to find a cassette tape by Hannah Baker (Katherine Langford), his classmate who committed suicide two weeks earlier.

On the tape, Hannah reveals the 13 reasons that led her to commit suicide. Clay wonders if he is on the list. He will have to listen to the entire tape to find out. Told through the narratives of both Hannah and Clay, this delicate portrayal of teen suicide will take viewers on an emotional journey.

Based on the bestselling books by Jay Asher.

Director: Tom McCarthy, Gregg Araki, Kyle Patrick Alvarez
Studio: Netflix
Producer(s): Steve Golin, Tom McCarthy, Joy Gorman Wettels, Selena Gomez
Screenplay: Brian Yorkey
Official Site: netflix.com/ca/title/80117470

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  • 5 stars "me and my husband starting watching this last week everynight after we put the kids to bed we would watch this till th3 end it was a very good and sad move it spoke a lot about how the world is today how kids are bullyed and asulted everyday and they try to speak out but no one is listing . this really hot home I have a son in high school he is a Jr this year he went thru the stages of being bullied in Jr high school I always talk to my children about bullys and how we should pray for them and to not be affrad to seek help or look for the signs in there friends family members to just be nice and try to help others as much as you can . thank you ."
  • 5 stars "Hard-hitting and heart wrenching. The subject matter may be too painful for some. R.I.P. Nolan 1971-2016"
  • 5 stars "It is a very real interpretation of what people go through in a school setting and it makes one think. As a survivor and parent of a teen myself. It is very eye opening and creates productive conversations that many can relate to. I would buy several copies of this series and share it with as many people as possible. Great for awareness to a serious problem in today's society."