A teenage girl named Hannah Baker kills herself and leaves behind a set of cassette tapes which identify 13 reasons—and accordingly, 13 people—from her high school who she considers responsible for her suicide. The story is told over the course of 13 episodes, in flashbacks from Hannah’s point of view and from the present-day perspective of another student, Clay, who had a crush on Hannah and spends most of the show grappling with the secrets he learns on the tapes and confronting the people involved.
I have seen all of the episodes, and it is quite intriguing to watch, and it is worth seeing it again before the new season starts soon. The actors and the story are incredible and compelling and good looking too. It’s mesmerizing to watch happens next.
This is a coming of age movie, more like coming out and telling that you are gay. More difficult part is saying that how you feel about the same sex to your family and friends, that’s difficult. And what would they tell you, that’s also difficult. The movie is funny, charming and adorable to watch. I was curious. I saw this movie. At the meantime, I am straight. I love women. It also gives a life lesson of how to talk to your children about this situation. It is based on a book by Becky Albertalli “Simon vs. the Humo Sapiens Agenda.”
Nick Robinson is an extraordinary actor, you have recognized him in Jurassic World, The Fifth Wave, Melissa and Joey (TV-show) and Disney’s Frenemies.
Katherine Langford is a Golden Globe nominated actress for 13 Reason why, The Misguided, Daughter, Spontaneous, and Imperfect Quadrant. Very talented actress.
Jorge Lendeborg Jr
The movie is directed by Greg Berlanti; he created shows for the CW such as Supergirl, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, Riverdale, Arrow, Black Lighting, Blindspot and The Chilling Adventure of Sabrina on the CW.
Go see this movie.