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Netflix removes 13 causes of a controversial scene of suicide, two years later
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Netflix has edited the suicide scene from the first season for 13 reasons, more than two years after the show, debuting the service.
Hollywood reporter Netflix decided to change the controversial scene before the upcoming third season of the young adult drama.
"We heard from many young people that 13 reasons why they encourage them to start talking about tough issues such as depression and suicide and getting help ̵
1; often for the first time," said Netflix in a statement
"When We Prepare to we start a season three later this summer, we pay attention to the ongoing debate around the show. of medical experts, including Dr. Christine Mouti, chief medical officer at the American Suicide Prevention Foundation, we have decided with creator Brian Yorkie and the producers to edit the scene in which Hannah takes his life. m season 1.
Three- long viewing time, originally portrays the main character of the show, Hannah (Catherine Langford), finishing her life in a graphic detail in the middle of the season
The new version now depicts Hannah in the bathroom mirror before the show cuts off her parents , Finding Its Dead Body in the Bathroom
The Hollywood reporter says the inner knowledge of viewing patterns for 13 reasons why they informed the service that every season invites new viewers to the show, which in turn would be exposed to
"We were hoping to do 13 Reasons Why in a TV show, tell a story that will help young viewers to be seen and heard, and to encourage empathy for all who look at it, as well as the best. "Our creative will in portraying the ugly, painful reality of suicide in such a graphic detail in one season is to tell the truth about the horror of such an act and to make sure that no one would ever want to imitate it. But since we are ready to launch the third season, we heard fears about the scene by Dr. Christine Moutier at the American Suicide Prevention Foundation and others and we agreed with Netflix to edit it