No tapes, just blogs
I have to say (or type) this one way or another. Thirteen Reasons Why probably has the biggest spot on my heart, I was even willing to fund its production in the future (well clearly I don’t need to now, haha). So when Netflix decided to give it a shot on bringing Jay Asher’s Novel to life, I was honestly skeptical like any other lovers of Thirteen Reasons Why book version. Reason is that as my history is concerned, never I have loved the big screen version more that I have loved and cherished the book.
Netflix’s Thirteen Reasons Why version is explicitly how I wanted it to be. When I read the book years ago, I was wondering why only Hannah’s version of the story is out (though that was the author’s intention). I was kind of hoping for a third person point-of-view way of telling the story. What are the possible reactions and alibis of each individuals on the tapes could be, because as we all know every story has hundreds of sides. Hannah’s side on the book version wasn’t enough for me, and having Jay Asher on the side of the production team of Netflix, I am so trustful about the revised story line carried out on big screen.
I was absolutely taken aback of how this whole thing was perfectly and astonishingly delivered by Netflix, glad that they’re the ones who produced it and not any other. This is the type of awareness that the big screens should make. Netflix had delivered their message wise and precise, causing a wide range of awareness about suicide now. Well, now hoping for some kind of second season, I think some would agree with me?