Dylan Minnette, Tote Mädchen lügen nicht (13 Reasons Why) © David Moir/Netflix. Derweil nistet sich Winston erfolgreich in Tylers und Alex' Leben ein. "Tote Mädchen Lügen Nicht" handelt von den 13 Gründen, die zum Dylan Minnette, Tote Mädchen lügen nicht (13 Reasons Why). Zusammenfassung: Clay Jensen erhält ein Paket mit sieben Tonbandcassetten, besprochen von seiner Klassenkameradin Hannah Baker, die vor kuzem.
Tote Mädchen Lügen Nicht - Inhalt Staffel 4Tote Mädchen lügen nicht (englischer Originaltitel: Thirteen Reasons Why, wörtlich: Dreizehn 1 Handlung; 2 Die 13 Gründe; 3 Rezensionen; 4 Folgen für den Autor; 5 Ausgaben; 6 Literatur; 7 Weblinks; 8 Einzelnachweise Zuvor dokumentiert sie auf sieben Audio-Kassetten mit 13 Seiten (also sechs Kassetten beidseitig. Zusammenfassung: Clay Jensen erhält ein Paket mit sieben Tonbandcassetten, besprochen von seiner Klassenkameradin Hannah Baker, die vor kuzem. Tote Mädchen lügen nicht (13 Reasons Why) ist eine Fernsehserie von Netflix, in der es um den Suizid der Highschool-Schülerin Hannah Baker geht.
13 Reasons Why Handlung Inhaltsverzeichnis VideoTote Mädchen Lügen Nicht in 5 Minuten - Recap - Filmlounge Mai veröffentlicht wurde. In Augustthe series was renewed for a fourth and final season, which premiered on June Zeitgeist 2014, In: nytimes. For her performance, Langford received The Big Bounce Golden Globe Award nomination for Best Actress — Television Series Drama.
Filming for the series took place in the Northern Californian towns of Vallejo , Benicia , San Rafael , Crockett and Sebastopol during the summer of Filming for the second season began on June 12, ,  but was briefly halted in October in response to the then-ongoing Northern California wildfires happening around the areas where the series was being filmed.
Filming for the third season began on August 12, , but was halted due to another wildfire until December The fourth season began filming in July and finished in December It received positive reviews from critics and audiences, who praised its subject matter and acting, particularly the performances of Minnette and Langford.
In response, Netflix added a warning card and from March on, a video that plays at the start of each season warning viewers about its themes.
Netflix renewed 13 Reasons Why for a second season in May due to the success of the initial 13 episodes; filming of the second season began the next month and concluded that December.
The second season was released on May 18, , and received mixed reviews from audiences. In August , the series had been renewed for a fourth and final season, which premiered on June 5, The first season has received positive reviews, with praise for the acting particularly that of Minnette, Langford, and Walsh , directing, story, visuals, themes, improvements upon its source material, and mature approach to dark and adult subject matter.
The website's critical consensus reads, " 13 Reasons Why complements its bestselling source material with a gripping look at adolescent grief whose narrative maturity belies its YA milieu.
Jesse Schedeen of IGN praised 13 Reasons Why , giving it a 9. The acting, particularly Katherine Langford as Hannah and Dylan Minnette as Clay, was frequently praised in reviews.
Schedeen of IGN praised the cast, particularly Minnette and Langford, stating: "Langford shines in the lead role Minnette's Clay is, by design, a much more stoic and reserved character Feinberg of The Hollywood Reporter also praises both actors: "Langford's heartbreaking openness makes you root for a fate you know isn't possible.
The actress' performance is full of dynamic range, setting it against Minnette's often more complicated task in differentiating between moods that mostly go from uncomfortable to gloomy to red-eyed, hygiene-starved despair.
Ryan of Variety also gave praise to not only the two leads, but also the supporting cast of actors, particularly Kate Walsh's performance as Hannah's mother, which Ryan describes as "career-best work".
Another aspect frequently mentioned within reviews was the series's mature and emotional approach to its dark and adult subject matter.
This was favorably reviewed by critics, such as Miller of Indiewire , particularly her statement that "the adult edges to this story ring with honesty and truth.
Critics also praised several other aspects of the series. Feinberg highlighted the series' directors, saying: "A Sundance-friendly gallery of directors including Tom McCarthy, Gregg Araki and Carl Franklin keeps the performances grounded and the extremes from feeling exploitative",  while Gilbert of The Boston Globe praised the storytelling: "The storytelling techniques are powerful The background on the show keeps getting deeper, richer.
Conversely, the series has also received criticism over its portrayal of teen angst. Mike Hale of The New York Times wrote a critical review, writing, "the show doesn't make [Hannah's] downward progress convincing.
It too often feels artificial, like a very long public service announcement. Writing for The Guardian , Rebecca Nicholson praised some aspects of the series, including the performances from Minnette and Walsh, but was troubled by much of the plot, writing, "a storyline that suggests the love of a sweet boy might have sorted all this out added to an uneasy feeling that stayed with me".
Nicholson was skeptical that the series would appeal to older viewers, unlike other series set in high school such as Freaks and Geeks and My So-Called Life : "It lacks the crossover wit of its forebears It's too tied up in conveying the message that terrible behaviour can have horrible consequences to deal in any subtleties or shades of feeling.
It's largely one-note — and that note is horrifying. Washington Post television critic Hank Stuever wrote a negative review, finding 13 Reasons Why "contrived" and implausible: "There are 13 episodes lasting 13 super-sullen hours — a passive-aggressive, implausibly meandering, poorly written and awkwardly acted effort that is mainly about miscommunication, delivering no more wisdom or insight about depression, bullying and suicide than one of those old ABC Afterschool Specials people now mock for being so corny.
The story David Wiegand of the San Francisco Chronicle gave the series a tepid review, saying that it was plagued by character inconsistencies, particularly in Hannah's character.
He praised Langford's "stunning performance" but noted, "There are times when we simply don't believe the characters, when what they do or say isn't consistent with who we've been led to believe they are At times, [Hannah] is self-possessed and indifferent at best to the behavior of the popular kids.
At other times, though, relatively minor misperceived slights seem to send her into an emotional tailspin. No doubt, teenagers embody a constant whirl of conflicting emotions, but the script pushes the bounds of credibility here and there.
The second season received largely negative to mixed reviews from critics, with many praising the performances particularly that of Boe, Luke, and Walsh but criticism aimed at the poor execution of its topics; many declared it unnecessary.
The site's critical consensus states, "By deviating from its source material, 13 Reasons Why can better explore its tenderly crafted characters; unfortunately, in the process, it loses track of what made the show so gripping in the first place.
Catherine Pearson from DigitalSpy wrote a negative review, calling the season "even more problematic" than the first. She ends the review saying that, "Unrelenting depression seems to shroud the season, briefly lifted only to collapse back down as the show's thirteenth episode, once again, delivers a deeply disturbing scene of suffering.
A scene in which the character Tyler is attacked and sexually assaulted with a mop handle during the finale also caused controversy from fans and critics of the series, with some describing it as "unnecessary" and "traumatizing".
Season 3 received overwhelmingly negative reviews by both critics and audiences, with criticism aimed at the lack of necessity and talk about suicide, poor execution of its topics, including the rape of Tyler in the final episode of the previous season,   the new character of Ani,  the sympathetic redemption of Bryce,  genre changing from drama to mystery and conclusion.
However, some praised the technical aspects and the performances particularly those of Prentice, Druid, and Granaderos. The site's critical consensus reads: " 13 Reasons Why attempts to break away from its first two seasons only to become a melodramatic mess of a murder mystery.
Season 4 received generally negative reviews from critics, who criticized the poor execution of its topics, the writing, time jumps and story, while the ending was met with a divided reception.
The site's critical consensus states: " 13 Reasons Why closes with a chaotic final chapter that betrays what little dignity remained in the tragic lives of its central teens.
Netflix viewers who watched at least one episode of the season. The release of the show caused public concern about the risk of suicide contagion among teenagers — particularly in those who have suicidal thoughts.
Some researchers and medical professionals argue that the series violated guidelines for depicting suicide in the media and might trigger "imitative" behaviors among high school students and vulnerable people.
Prior to the series' release, scholars had studied the influence of the media on suicide for decades. After the series' release, a study published in the Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry found that suicide among teenagers rose by Several health professionals, educators and advocates linked the show to self-harm and suicide threats among young people.
This community also expressed major concerns about the series like romanticizing suicide, not providing adequate resources at the conclusion of each episode, targeting a young vulnerable audience, and painting mental health professionals as unhelpful and not worth seeing.
The release of 13 Reasons Why corresponded with between , and 1. The superintendent of Palm Beach County, Florida schools reportedly told parents that their schools had seen an increase in suicidal and self-harming behavior from students, and that some of those students "have articulated associations of their at-risk behavior to the 13 Reasons Why Netflix series".
The Australian youth mental health service for 12—25 year-olds, Headspace , issued a warning in late April over the graphic content featured in the series, due to the increased number of calls to the service following the series' release in the country.
They accompanied its presentation with additional warnings and viewer advice, and ensured that counselling referrals were included and not easily skipped at the conclusion of each episode.
Each warning voice over is read by a different cast member at the end of the episode, with Katherine Langford reading in her native Australian accent in her voice-overs.
In April , the National Association of School Psychologists NASP in the United States released a statement regarding the series, saying: "Research shows that exposure to another person's suicide, or to graphic or sensationalized accounts of death, can be one of the many risk factors that youth struggling with mental health conditions cite as a reason they contemplate or attempt suicide.
They lamented the depiction of mental health professionals as ineffective for youth who have experienced trauma and may have been considering suicide.
Similarly, clinical psychologists such as Daniel J. Reidenberg and Erika Martinez, as well as mental health advocate MollyKate Cline of Teen Vogue magazine, have expressed concerns regarding the risk of suicide contagion.
The NASP statement also criticized the series' suggestion that bullying alone led Hannah to take her life, noting that while it may be a contributing factor, suicide far more often results from the bullied person having a "treatable mental illness and overwhelming or intolerable stressors", along with a lack of adequate coping mechanisms.
Alex Moen, a school counselor in Minneapolis, took issue with the series' entire plotline as "essentially a fantasy of what someone who is considering suicide might have—that once you commit suicide, you can still communicate with your loved ones, and people will suddenly realize everything that you were going through and the depth of your pain That the cute, sensitive boy will fall in love with you and seek justice for you, and you'll be able to orchestrate it, and in so doing kind of still be able to live.
Porter as dangerously misleading, since not only does he miss obvious signs of her suicidal ideations, but says he cannot report her sexual assault to the police without her identifying the assailant.
School counselors are often portrayed as ineffective or clueless in popular culture, Moen says, but Porter's behavior in the series goes beyond that, to being unethical and possibly illegal.
Counselors are not police. We don't have to launch an investigation. We bring whatever information we do have to the police", she told Slate. In May , the Canadian Mental Health Association CMHA along with the Centre for Suicide Prevention CSP released a statement with similar concerns to the ones raised by NASP.
CMHA believed that the series may glamorize suicide, and that some content may lead to distress in viewers, particularly in younger viewers.
Furthermore, the portrayal of Hannah's suicide does not follow the media guidelines as set out by the Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention CASP and the American Association of Suicidology.
CMHA and CASP did praise the series for raising awareness about " this preventable health concern ," adding that, "Raising awareness needs to be done in a safe and responsible manner.
A large and growing body of Canadian and international research has found clear links between increases in suicide rates and harmful media portrayals of suicide.
Netflix responded to criticism adding strong advisory warnings prior to the ninth, twelfth, and thirteenth episodes in the first season, the first two due to rape and the last due to the suicide scene.
In July , before the release of season three, Netflix edited the suicide scene of the season one finale.
Originally, the episode included a bloody depiction of Hannah slitting her wrists in a bathtub. With the release of the first season of the series, Netflix also released 13 Reasons Why: Beyond the Reasons , an aftershow documentary television film.
The minute documentary featured the cast and crew of the series and mental health professionals discussing their experiences working on the series and dealing with different issues including bullying, depression and sexual assault.
Two more Beyond the Reasons specials were released with the second and third seasons respectively. All Titles TV Episodes Celebs Companies Keywords Advanced Search.
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Ein möglicher Zusammenhang zwischen einer Steigerung des Suizidrisikos und dem Konsum der Serie wurde erstmals von der Universität Michigan erforscht.
Die Studie kam nicht zu dem Ergebnis, dass Zuschauer der Serie eher dazu neigen, sich das Leben zu nehmen oder darüber nachzudenken.
Unter anderem wegen ihrer geringen Fallzahl war sie auch nicht repräsentativ. Die Studienmacher wiesen aber darauf hin, dass die Ergebnisse in Bezug auf bereits psychisch erkrankte Jugendliche besorgniserregend seien.
Für die Untersuchung wurden 87 suizidgefährdete Jugendliche zwischen 13 und 17 Jahren befragt. Die Hälfte von ihnen hatte mindestens eine Folge der Serie gesehen.
Wiederum die Hälfte jener Zuschauer, insgesamt also 21, gab darauf an, die Serie hätte ihr persönliches Suizidrisiko erhöht. Studienleiter Dr.
Gut zwei Drittel der an der Studie teilnehmenden Teenager waren weiblich. Sie berechneten, dass sich nach dem Start der Serie Ende März in den folgenden drei Monaten 13 Prozent mehr zehn- bis neunzehnjährige Teenager umbrachten als erwartet.
Statistisch wären es Suizide , tatsächlich waren es aber 94 mehr. Thomas Niederkrotenthaler, Leiter der Studie, forderte, die Filmemacher viel mehr in die Pflicht zu nehmen.
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Auch er zählt zu den zwölf Personen, die zum Suizid Hannahs beigetragen haben sollen. Clay Jensen war in Hannah verliebt, doch die Beziehung scheiterte, weil sie durch die Kränkungen ihrer Mitmenschen für ihn nicht mehr erreichbar war.
Am Ende schickt er die Kassetten an die nächste Person weiter. Das Buch wurde von deutschsprachigen Zeitungen mehrfach rezensiert.Hannah Baker recorded the tapes before she ended her own life and it has the story of thirteen different reasons why she committed suicide. According to Hannah, the people on her tapes are to blame for her suicide. Each of the thirteen people who will receive the box of cassette. 5/16/ · The Netflix teen drama 13 Reasons Why has been trending everywhere around the world since its broadcast in March The series is based upon the Jay Asher novel of the same name, which. Retrieved August 1, CMHA believed that the series may glamorize suicide, and that some content may lead to distress in viewers, particularly in younger viewers. Oktober In der Gegenwart ist Clay dabei, die anderen Personen Die Frau In Gold Besetzung den Kassetten zu konfrontieren. Juni veröffentlicht. Anfang Mai wurde die Produktion einer teiligen zweiten Staffel bestätigt, die am Joseph C. Retrieved April 19, Retrieved August 21, Gut zwei Drittel der an der Studie teilnehmenden Teenager Freefilm Sk weiblich. Top-Rated Episodes S1. Lauv featuring Anne-Marie. Die Schokoladenfabrik Stream Bluman. Während Jess sich zusehends alleine fühlt und deswegen dafür sorgt, dass Ani bei ihr für den Rest des Schuljahres wohnen darf, da sie eigentlich mit ihrer Mutter wegziehen sollte, Anna Von Boetticher Justin auf, dass es Clay nicht Frieda Film geht. Alle verabschieden sich von Justin und auch Zach schafft es ins Krankenhaus nach einer Kopfwäsche seiner Freunde. Synchronsprecher von Dylan Minnette bei der Serie Tote Mädchen lügen nicht war Christian Zeiger. Zwei Wochen nach der Selbsttötung seiner Mitschülerin Hannah Baker erhält der High-School-Schüler Clay Jensen ein Päckchen. In diesem findet er sieben Audiokassetten vor, auf denen Hannah. Tote Mädchen lügen nicht (englischer Originaltitel: Thirteen Reasons Why, wörtlich: Dreizehn 1 Handlung; 2 Die 13 Gründe; 3 Rezensionen; 4 Folgen für den Autor; 5 Ausgaben; 6 Literatur; 7 Weblinks; 8 Einzelnachweise Zuvor dokumentiert sie auf sieben Audio-Kassetten mit 13 Seiten (also sechs Kassetten beidseitig. "Tote Mädchen Lügen Nicht" handelt von den 13 Gründen, die zum Dylan Minnette, Tote Mädchen lügen nicht (13 Reasons Why). Dylan Minnette, Tote Mädchen lügen nicht (13 Reasons Why) © David Moir/Netflix. Derweil nistet sich Winston erfolgreich in Tylers und Alex' Leben ein.