2017 · Hollywood · Review · TV Show

13 Reasons Why 2017 TV Series Review ~ Fascinating, Important, Poignant, Raw, Profound, Powerful, Brutally Honest, Painfully Blunt, Emotional, Phenomenal, Timeless, Heartbreaking & Masterpiece!!


  1. “I’m about to tell you the story of my life – more specifically, why my life is over. If you’re listening to this recording, that’s one of the reasons.”
  2. After a long and unusual school day, Clay Jensen {Dylan Minnette} returns home to discover a box full of cassette tapes by Hannah Baker {Katherine Langford}, his friend, who committed suicide two weeks ago. There are 7 tapes that contain – on each of their faces – 13 explanations dedicated to different people, telling how the person who is listening was part of the terrible decision of the Hannah Backer.
  3. Suicide is not the center of the plot, nor is it ignored in 13 Reasons Why: it is treated as the delicate issue that is, viewed from a neutral point of view in which the important thing is not to judge whether it is a right decision or not, but to understand the set of situations and events that led Hannah to feel that she had no choice, and how it affected all those left behind. The mentioned subjects are treated without effort and with naturalness in a story that reflects the worst of Our society and leaves us thinking, but also reprimand each of them through the recordings that the protagonist leaves his “killers.”
  4. The performance of Dylan Minnette as an excellent Clay Jensen and Katherine Langford as a Hannah Baker that makes us feel their own pain more than once, actually more different ways. Whether you read the book or not, the series is worthy of your time and devotion. Besides them, the entire crew of young actors who are assigned to other roles, less, but indispensable for the whole story, is simply excellent and without any objections.
  5. In “13 Reasons Why”, they wants to show the big difference between today growing up in relation to that old (80’s & 90’s) era. Difference, but the nostalgia and regret, as though the young generation of the 80’s have grown up in a healthy or perhaps you can say happier time, when children could be children and live a whole childhood, if nothing healthier than generations today. A lot has changed for two decades, beyond recognition. Today everything is different, technologically far more advanced, but life and socially far more backward. Everyone is connected now, but we all are just followers. Together we stand alone.
  6. Everyone is trying to find his place in this world. For a will of course be easier than for others. “13 Reasons Why” illustrates what can happen when someone does not take place. That is noteworthy. That makes this series essential for this time.
  7. “13 Reasons Why” is a series more than recommendable that not only catches, but also makes you reflect and tries to show a reality: these 13 reasons and 13 people are part of a whole, and reflect the defects of the world we live in, as if 13 deadly sins. I’m not writing only review here, my words also contains my reaction and reflections.
  8. “Did I hurt someone and did not even notice?” ~ We all do this, we all in our own way!
  9. Because it may seem like a small role now, but it matters. In the end, everything matters.
  10. There is no way to stop what will happen next, or what has already happened. The only way to know and find out about something is to keep moving on.
  11. No matter what, at the end of the day you must account for your actions. Every little thing you do counts for something, even if you think it means nothing.
  12. Most reputations are started by rumors. Even the smallest comment about someone can cause someone to completely change their view. Friends stop talking to you, not even willing to listen, someone you never even talked to before, stares, even teachers can look at you differently.
  13. “You don’t know what goes on in anyone’s life but your own. And when you mess with one part of a person’s life, you’re not messing with just that part. Unfortunately, you can’t be that precise and selective. When you mess with one part of a person’s life, you’re messing with their entire life. Everything. . . affects everything.”

Bottom Line:

“What if the only way not to feel bad is to stop feeling anything at all, forever?”

In one word: “Friendship is Complicated”

Sensibility Index ~ 9.0 out of 10!



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