Recommended. It turns out that Justin, who is a recovering heroin addict, dies after contracting HIV, which develops into AIDS. One scene sees doctors attribute Justin’s contraction to his use of a syringe as well as his time as a sex worker while living on the streets, which left fans deeply unimpressed.
The suicide scene, which took place during the first-season finale, has now been cut completely. Rather than the graphic portrayal of character Hannah Baker’s death in a bathtub, she’s now simply shown looking into the bathroom mirror before cutting to a later scene of her parents’ painful discovery.
Hannah Baker didn’t lie; she told the story from her perspective, and that’s the only thing any of us can be expected to do. Our perception of events is a subjective thing, and we act or react based on that. We all do, even now.
Season one of Netflix hit 13 Reasons Why saw Hannah (played by Katherine Langford) raped by jock Bryce Walker (Justin Prentice) which was a contributing factor to her taking her own life. However, it may be that the assault resulted in Hannah falling pregnant.
Justin never even knew he had HIV, and for all intents and purposes, made the leap from a healthy individual to full-blown AIDs in a matter of days, maybe weeks. He died between prom and graduation. … — but chief among them is this: That’s not how HIV works.
Nina. It’s revealed that sexual assault survivor Nina stole the box of Polaroids — featuring girls (including her) at the baseball players’ secret spot, the Clubhouse — from Clay. She burns them, presumably because she was assaulted at the Clubhouse and believes the assault is strictly her story to tell.
Baker was moving to New York, and her hair no longer solely represented her emotional response to a tragedy. In the season’s third episode, “The Drunk Slut,” we see Davis flat-ironing her hair straight in preparation for her testimony at the trial between the Bakers and the high school.
Tony has a secret, and Hannah kept it for him.
Tony’s big secret is that Hannah protected him when he ran away from the police after the beating. In turn, Hannah trusted him with her secrets. She trusted him with the tapes because they kept each other’s secrets.
7. Hannah was a bully. … Hannah was a new transfer to Liberty High the year before her death, and episode ten reveals that at her former school, she was part of a clique that viciously bullied another girl, Sarah, who testifies against her during the trial.
Hannah, she sleeps with one guy. She has a crush on another guy, being me, and she kisses a third, being you….
Hannah is explicitly raped by Bryce
In the book, Hannah describes Bryce putting his hand inside her bathing suit and says simply that he “didn’t stop there.” She also notes that she never told Bryce “no” or pushed his hand away, although he could clearly see that she was crying.
Zach actually apologized to Hannah — something she didn’t mention on the tapes — and afterwards, they started hanging out. That summer, after some sweet heart-to-hearts and bonding time, Hannah decided that she wanted Zach to be the one she lost her virginity to.
When she discovered her pregnancy, Chloe decided to leave her baby for adoption, and decided to give her baby to Brooke and Julian Baker. But Eric, the baby’s father, was back with Chloe, to raise the baby. Chloe decides to keep her daughter.
In seasons one and two, Clay began to see the ghost of Hannah in the hallways of Liberty High and wherever he went. … However, after the events of season three, Clay is not only being tormented by his own actions, but his friends’ also.
After the school won the case against the Baker’s, Bryce got arrested outside the courthouse for sexually assaulting Jessica. A month later, he was sentenced to three months probation.
After Alex Standall’s pits the two girls against each other, Jessica accuses Hannah of stealing her man. When Hannah denies it, Jessica says, “‘Hannah […], I know the rumors'”(5.111). Then Jessica hits Hannah, apparently embedding her fingernail in Hannah’s forehead and leaving a scar.
Ellman doesn’t call it out specifically, it seems Clay has a form of the disorder called psychogenic amnesia, which is the inability to recall personally significant memories. His condition is likely triggered by all the personal trauma and loss he’s dealt with throughout the seasons.
25 years (April 29, 1996)
Hannah devotes an entire tape (two sides) to Justin. His first tape describes how he betrayed Hannah her freshman year by dumping her without a word and then spreading rumors about her. It’s pretty easy to see why she’s mad at him for that: he broke her heart, then stomped on it. Ugh.
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