In recent years, teenage dramas and screenings such as "Hunger Games", "Twilight" and "Divergent" were able to find their audience and become box-office hits. But they mostly talked about the strong young men and women, their chosenness, special mission and fantastic love - respectively, were far from real life.
All these works ignore the sharp questions that worry young people in the most difficult period of their growing up - the school. Cruelty of peers, misunderstanding by parents, rejection of oneself and one's own appearance, fear of the future and total loneliness are the real problems that adolescents face every day. It is about this boldly and uncompromisingly decided to talk creators of the detective drama "13 Reasons Why" - a screen version of the same-name bestseller by Jay Asher, released by the video service Netflix.
Moreover, the authors of the series went to the dangerous territory of school tyranny, domestic violence, sexual harassment and even child suicide. All this takes place against the background of growing up, namely, the peak itself - the transition age.
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