Reasons why dating is important
It examines the “small” aggressions we commit that cause unthinkable pain, and the larger ones that become even more painful when we are told we must “move on” from them.It’s also an unflinching, realistic look on particularly challenging topics, including rape, suicide, and depression.After a few weeks of sipping hot cocoa, the two meet Alex (Miles Heizer), another newbie with a shock bleach blonde hair and a nose ring.
Listen to everything and pass it on, Hannah warns, or else a “trusted individual” will make the tapes go public.
Hannah left the lunch table in the friend that Hannah has put in charge of the tapes.
The next day, Clay asks him why — why can’t Tony just tell him what’s on the tapes? he already sees Hannah in every corner of his mind.
opens, we learn that pretty, smart, vivacious Hannah killed herself weeks earlier, and Clay (Dylan Minnette) — her co-worker at the movie theater and longtime admirer — still can’t wrap his mind around it.
But he’s going to — if the late Hannah has anything to say about it.
It’s time for side two of Hannah’s tapes, and Clay is still terrified that he’s about to be called out for something that Hannah has declared as cruel. Hannah and Jessica became friends when their guidance counselor earnestly introduced them.