The “13 Reasons Why”? A psychiatrist evaluates a series of “Models”, which reignited the debate about the depiction of suicide in TELEVISION and in the movies
There is a little more than 3 years, the number “13 Reasons Why” I arrived to a Series full of conflict and youth, there is an intense scene of a suicide, which was the subject of a heated debate at the time. And with that, the series ended up asking questions that were previously standardised.
Some of the mistakes made in 13 Reasons Why is being repeated in the “Another century’s episode” the platform is Quibi a streaming service, launched at the beginning of the month. You focused on short videos, with a series of 10-minute-per-episode of the Quibi can only be accessed by a mobile device.
Based on the book, “Survive”, a Alex Morelthe series tells the story of the young Jane in the Halls”, performed by Sophie Turner it is Enabled in “Game of Thrones”. Jane is suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, and suicidal urges. The series was shown in the speeches of the character of the subject, as well as having flashes of that moment when she tries to commit suicide.
In spite of the warning of the scenes that some people may find disturbing, including that of mental illness, and suicidal thoughts,” the series is being called irresponsible.
In the story, Jane and Paul,Corey Hawkinsare the only passenger who survived the crash of an aircraft in an extremely remote. In doing so, they need to come together in order to survive. In the midst of the drama of the accident, the images of the past, Jane is shown to the public.
Condemned by the critics of the film
On the platform Rotten Tomatoesthat brings together the opinions of film critics and the general public, a series of divided opinions, and has the approval of 47% on the part of the critic.
But that hasn’t stopped the sex pistols. Emily, Todd VanDerWerff wrote at the web site Start “it is one of a series of the most irresponsible that I’ve ever seen”. Brian Lowry, of the NOWhe wrote: “by far, is the worst in the series, the book of Quibi,” and even as the platform itself.
The reviews were mostly by the way in which the series is to show the details of a tender, as it cuts into the skin of Jane’s, for example). Kathryn VanArendonk of the Volturealso wrote about it. “Honestly, I don’t know what’s more frustrating: a reckless, suicidal ideation, or for the pedants of the scenes from the flashback.