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Der Teenager Clay findet vor seiner Haustür ein mysteriöses Paket. Dieses enthält 13 Audiokassetten von seinem heimlichen Schwarm Hannah. Sie erklärt darin, warum sie Selbstmord begangen hat und wer die Kassetten erhalten soll. Tote Mädchen lügen nicht (Originaltitel: 13 Reasons Why, englisch für „13 Gründe, warum“) ist Die deutsche Synchronisation wird von der Synchronfirma TV+Synchron Berlin erstellt. Verantwortlich für die Dialogregie ist Jeffrey Wipprecht. Tote Mädchen lügen nicht (englischer Originaltitel: Thirteen Reasons Why, wörtlich: Dreizehn Gründe, warum) ist ein Jugendroman des US-amerikanischen. „13 Reasons Why“ beruht auf Jay Ashers Bestseller „Tote Mädchen lügen nicht“. Die Serie erzählt die Geschichte der jungen Highschool-Schülerin Hannah Baker. Tote Mädchen lügen nicht: Roman (Deutsch) Taschenbuch – Februar von 13 Reasons Why von Jay Asher Taschenbuch 8,99 €. Auf Lager.
13 Reasons Why Justin Prentice Reads Your Letter Netflix. Tote Mädchen lügen Tote Mädchen lügen nicht - Trailer Deutsch - Netflix. Dylan Minnette on und letzte Staffel von "13 Reasons Why" auf Netflix erscheinen wird. Jetzt gab Netflix den Starttermin bekannt, der für viele früher als erwartet. Jay Asher: Thirteen Reasons Why | Clay Jensen erhält ein Paket mit sieben Sprachnachrichten seiner Klassenkameradin Hannah Baker, die vor kurzem.
The Hunger Games: I thought these were really interesting books. They deal with political themes that are really important to be aware of.
After reading these books I would sit in class and figure out how I would kill all of my classmates in our own hunger games.
The Fault in Our Stars: Pretentious and kind of hard to read, but not that bad. Pretty basic and predictable but still entertaining.
The Anne Frank kiss was yikes. Twilight: Not as bad as everyone says it is, but still pretty bad. Really creepy and also pretty damn racist.
Has some interesting side characters. The Mortal Instruments: Not outrageously bad, but not Oscar worthy. Divergent: fun enough.
The Maze Runner: the first book is decent. Throne of Glass: starts off pretty basic, but decent. Red Queen: more into the political aspect, not that much action.
On October 29, , it was announced that Netflix would be making a television adaptation of the book with Gomez instead serving as an executive producer.
Katherine Langford replaced Gomez for the role of Hannah Baker but left after two seasons. The series currently has four seasons extending the original plot from the novel.
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Retrieved April 27, The English Journal. English Journal. Clay tells Jessica that Justin is still an addict. Jessica shows up at Monet's during his shift to get back together with him, promising to help.
Clay and Olivia meet, where Olivia tells him she is worried about how a voicemail she left him makes them look guilty. Olivia and Mrs.
Walker meet up and talk about the pain of outliving their children. At home, Justin forgives Clay for telling Jessica he is still an addict.
The police then arrive at the house with a search warrant. Flashbacks : Bryce makes the Dean's List at Hillcrest, and tells his mother he wants to transfer back to Liberty next semester.
Jessica tries to get the Homecoming game canceled due to it celebrating jock culture, but Principal Bolan refuses and reveals he is considering allowing Bryce to return to Liberty High next semester.
When Bryce asks Tyler about his attempt to shoot up the school, Tyler tells him about Monty raping him.
On Homecoming night, Bryce tells Jessica to meet him at the pier after the game, as he has something to give her.
Afterward, in the locker rooms, Bryce confronts Monty over his rape of Tyler in front of Charlie. When Monty proudly confesses, Bryce threatens to reveal his threatening of other students during Hannah's trial to the police.
During halftime, Jessica and her sexual assault survivor club start a protest, where they take off their clothes and paint themselves with red handprints.
When one of the jocks from Hillcrest touches Jessica inappropriately, the Liberty High team attacks the Hillcrest team. Other students join the brawl.
Present : The parents check the students' alibis for the night of Homecoming. Tyler considers telling the police about his assault and Bryce's knowledge of it to protect Clay, but Clay refuses, telling him to come out when he is ready, and that he may want to tell someone else in case he is arrested.
Tyler tells Jessica, who apologizes for mistreating him, and afterward, confronts Monty. Principal Bolan tells Jessica to apologize for Homecoming or lose her position as student body president.
Clay reveals to Justin that he writes fanfiction, and researched how to kill someone, which makes him look more guilty.
His parents try to get him to tell them everything, but he becomes more upset that they don't believe he isn't capable of murder.
Clay asks Tony to help him disappear. Justin meets with Seth to make a deal. Flashbacks : Clay watches Ani and Bryce kiss.
Later, Bryce attacks Zach over Chloe, dislocating his knee and ending his football career. Ani spills red paint on herself and hurries home to remove it.
Zach finds Bryce at the pier and attacks him. He throws his phone in the river and leaves Bryce to die while he reconciles with Chloe.
Present : Tyler convinces Clay to come to an assembly where Jessica apologizes for the protests. Tyler and Justin publicly reveal that they are sexual assault survivors.
In private, Justin tells Jessica about his childhood experience. Clay is arrested. Tyler reports his sexual assault to the police.
Monty is arrested. Ani tells Jessica that she slept with Bryce. Zach surrenders to the police, believing he killed Bryce. Deputy Standall reveals that Bryce drowned.
Zach is released but charged for assault and battery. Flashbacks : Shortly following the Homecoming game, everyone's alibis are revealed: Tony was laundering money through the Mexican cartel for his deported family, Justin was dealing and going under the influence from drugs at the docks, and Monty is revealed to not have been at Charlie's house, but was sleeping with Winston.
Bryce, having been abandoned at the pier, is met by both Alex and Jessica, who ignore Bryce's pleas for reformation, but hands Jessica a cassette tape.
Alex helps him up, but when Bryce threatens retaliation against Zach, Alex becomes furious and pushes Bryce into the river, where he drowns.
Jessica ends her relationship with Alex, after which they go home. Present : Ani tells the details of the circumstances leading to Bryce's murder to Deputy Standall, instead of telling him that Monty was responsible for the murder since Monty had threatened to kill Bryce earlier in the Homecoming game and that he didn't have a strong alibi.
Deputy Standall reveals that Monty was killed in his jail cell, to which Ani encourages Standall to close the case quickly by blaming the murder on a man already dead.
Deputy Standall quickly deduces Alex was the killer, but doesn't mention anything, and burns all of Alex's clothes that he was wearing the night of Bryce's death.
Clay and Mrs. Walker come to terms with each other, and Ani begins dating Clay. The group, who have agreed to cover up Alex's involvement as the killer, plays Bryce's tape, where he confesses to his rapes, but shows remorse for them and apologizes, although having come to terms that nobody will allow him to change.
Tyler showcases his photography project at Monet's, as a tribute for everyone who has helped him since his sexual assault.
Meanwhile, Winston, angry over Monty's death, confronts Ani about lying to the police. Elsewhere, a fisherman finds the discarded bag of assault rifles that Clay, Tony, and Tyler hid in the river during Spring Fling.
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Download as PDF Printable version. Tom McCarthy. Tape subject : Justin Foley, for spreading a racy picture of Hannah along with a sexual rumor about their encounter.
Tape subject : Jessica Davis, for mistakenly blaming Hannah for her breakup with Alex. Tape subject : Alex Standall, for listing Hannah's ass as the best in school to make Jessica Davis jealous and for destroying her friendship with Jessica.
Tape subject : Tyler Down, for stalking Hannah and spreading the photo of her and Courtney's kiss around the school. Kyle Patrick Alvarez.
Tape subject : Courtney Crimsen, for deflecting attention about both her sexuality and the photo Tyler took of her and Hannah by spreading further rumors about Hannah.
Tape subject : Marcus Cole, for humiliating and attempting to sexually assault Hannah in public on their Dollar Valentine date.
Elizabeth Benjamin. Tape subject : Zach Dempsey, for stealing the "positive notes" destined to Hannah in Communications class out of revenge for her rejecting him and his help.
Tape subject : Ryan Shaver, for stealing a poem Hannah wrote detailing her personal problems and publishing it in the school newspaper without her consent.
Tape subject : Sheri Holland, for abandoning Hannah after crashing her car into a stop sign, which ultimately caused the death of Jeff Atkins.
Tape subject : Ostensibly Clay Jensen, for complying with Hannah's request to leave her alone at Jessica's party.
However, Hannah is explicit in stating Clay is not included in the list, but is there because he must be, as he is part of the story.
Tape subject : Bryce Walker, for raping Hannah in his hot tub. Note: Netflix digitally altered the suicide scene in this episode on July 15, Testified : Tyler Down, During cross examination by the school lawyer talks about taking photos of Hannah during a photoshoot and attempting to befriend her.
Testified : Courtney Crimsen, who talks about her feelings towards Hannah and their kiss. Karen Moncrieff. Testified : Jessica Davis, who talks about the hot-or-not list and hers and Hannah's friendship.
Testified : Marcus Cole, who lies about what happened with Hannah the night they went out. Testified : Ryan Shaver, who talks about the poems he wrote with Hannah and who she wrote them about.
Testified : Zach Dempsey, who talks about his relationship with Hannah the summer before she died. Michael Morris.
Testified : Clay Jensen, who talks about his friendship with Hannah. Testified : Pam Bradley, who talks about the atmosphere at Liberty High, and Kevin Porter, who talks about the day Hannah asked help from him.
Testified : Sarah, who talks about Hannah bullying her, and Tony Padilla, who talks about his friendship with Hannah.
Testified : Bryce Walker, who lies about raping Hannah, and Chloe Rice, who talks about the clubhouse but also lies about being raped by Bryce.
Testified : Justin Foley, who talks about his relationship with Hannah and confesses about Bryce raping Jessica. One month later, after Bryce's sexual assault trial for raping Jessica, Bryce is convicted but sentenced to only three months' probation.
Justin is sentenced to six months' probation and can only be released to one of his parents, neither of whom can be found which leads Clay's family to adopt him.
Tyler returns to school but is beaten and brutally raped by an enraged Monty and two of his friends. The following night, at a school dance, Jessica and Justin share an intimate encounter, and Chlöe tells Jessica she is pregnant.
Tyler arrives at the dance planning to carry out a mass school shooting , but Clay learns of his plan, thanks to a text that Mackenzie received from Tyler.
He then goes outside to confront him, encouraging him not to do it as he peacefully disarms Tyler and Tony arrives to drive Tyler away in his car.
As the car departs, sirens of the approaching police cars can be heard, and Clay is left holding Tyler's rifle in front of the school.
Suspect : Clay Jensen because of his bicycle lock found in Bryce's room. Suspect : Zach Dempsey because of the gift Chloe gave him.
Suspect : Jessica Davis because of the letter Bryce wrote for her; Justin Foley because of the scar on his back.
Suspect : Tyler Down because he still has a gun. Bronwen Hughes. Suspect : Alex Standall because of the steroids found in Bryce's car.
Suspects : Tony Padilla because of his Mustang being in Bryce's garage; Barry Walker because of the daughter he hides. Kevin Dowling.
Suspects : Clay Jensen because of the security footage of Clay pointing a gun at Bryce; Ani Achola because of her underwear being found in Bryce's room.
Suspects : Kevin Porter because he has the same notebook that Bryce has; Nora Walker because of the note saying she hates Bryce. Aurora Guerrero.
Suspect : Olivia Baker because of the voicemail she left to Clay saying Bryce deserved to die, and that she wishes she could kill him; Tony Padilla because Bryce's father had his family deported.
Suspect : Clay Jensen because of the text messages found on his phone. Suspect : Ani Achola because of the red paint on her clothes.
John T. Suspect : Monty de la Cruz because of the fight he had with Bryce in the change rooms. Russell Mulcahy. Clay has been having nightmares and hallucinations involving Monty ever since he was framed for Bryce's murder.
The police questions Tyler after finding his bag of guns and tracing it back to him. Tyler tells Clay he lied to the police about the bag being stolen from him.
Ani is planning to move to Oakland with her mother, unbeknownst to Clay. The group throws Justin a welcome-home party when he returns home from drug rehabilitation.
Tyler starts to behave oddly after being questioned, worrying the rest of the group. After the party, Jessica tries to have sex with Justin, but he breaks up with her in order to focus on his sobriety.
Ani's mother allows her to move in with Jessica so she can finish her senior year at Liberty High. Later, Jessica burns the tape Bryce made for her.
Winston transfers to Liberty, determined to investigate Bryce's death. Clay starts a fight at school with some of the jocks when they pressure Monty's sister Estela into wearing his jersey.
While hanging out on a rooftop, Alex ends up kissing Zach. After an incident at school, Clay thinks someone is trying to set him up.
Zach and Clay land in hot water during a college tour. As the school gears up for the Love Is Love dance on Valentine's Day , disturbing phone calls keep Clay from getting in the spirit.
Clay is forced to confront his anxiety on the senior camping trip as a suspicious email threatens to turn the friends against each other.
The Jensens make the boys take a drug test. When the Library parents learn about an upcoming party, Clay suspects that they are tracking the students.
Principal Bolan announces Code Red, a non-drill school shooter lockdown. Alex, Tony, and Charlie wonder where Tyler is and find pictures of guns in his backpack.
Estella hides in the girls' bathroom, where she finds Tyler hiding in one of the bathroom stalls. The football team, along with Justin, hide in the locker room, Clay hides in an empty classroom, Jessica hides in a storage unit, and Zach and Winston hide near the dark room.
Clay has hallucinations of Bryce and Monty, Zach and Winston do drugs, and Justin leaves to look for Jessica after an argument with Diego.
After hearing gunshots, and fearing he will die not helping, Clay leaves the room, only to be told by Principal Bolan that the entire thing was a drill.
While frantically arguing that the drill was unnecessary, Clay steals a police officer's gun, gets knocked out, and is taken to a hospital.
In a college interview , Tyler tells the interviewee that he is afraid of guns, yet finds them beautiful.
Winston convinces Estella that Jessica is lying about Bryce's death, and Jessica reveals she was the one to suggest the securities cameras, metal detectors, and the drill to Principal Bolan.
Clay escapes from the hospital to meet with Ani, who admits to rewriting his essay for the college admission to land him the interview at Brown University.
Tony discovers the police are investigating Tyler's pictures, and Ani tells Jessica she is moving out to stay at Tony's. The next day, Justin is informed his mother passed away.
Walker tells Ani she wants to pay for her college tuition. They attempt to stop him, but the police arrive. Sheriff Diaz reveals to Clay and Tony that Tyler had been helping the police as an informant in order to catch illegal gun dealers.
Following the college interviews, Jessica gets rejected by three schools, including Columbia , while Alex and Justin both receive acceptance letters from Berkeley and Occidental College , respectively.
Clay has not heard back from Brown yet. At school, Jessica reveals she has been helping Principal Bolan, further convincing Estella she is lying about what happened to Monty.
After boxing and knocking out a Neo-Nazi , Tony is offered a full-ride scholarship to University of Nevada , which he initially rejects.
After seeing Jessica kiss Diego, Justin breaks up with her. Clay discovers that his parents have been going to meetings at his school, where all the parents are instructed to track their children via smartphones.
The next day, Diego accuses Justin of killing Bryce, causing a fight between them, ending in Diego being arrested. The entire school participates in a walkout against SROs , resulting in a brawl between students and police officers, and in Clay destroying Principal Bolan's car.
Ellman believes Clay has been experiencing dissociation , and Clay tells him he is ready to confess all his secrets. Dean Foundry threatens to cancel prom and begins an investigation to find who was responsible for inciting the walkout.
The group decides to tell their parents part of the truth and ask for prom to be reinstated, in order to stop the investigation.
Clay confesses to his parents he vandalized the school, destroyed the security cameras, and set fire to Principal Bolan's car, while Justin confesses he has relapsed.
Charlie comes out as bisexual to his father, and Alex introduces Charlie as his boyfriend to his family. Jessica claims responsibility for the walkout.