Starring: Evan Rachel Wood, Holly Hunter, Nikki Reed, Brady Corbet, Jeremy Sisto, Kip Pardue
Director: Catherine Hardwicke
Running Time: 96 mins approx
Thirteen-a raw and unflinching look into the troubled lives of teenagers.
For thirteen-year-old straight-A student Tracey (Evan Rachel Wood) everything changes when Evie (Nikki Reed), the most popular and beautiful girl in school befriends her. Tracey becomes increasingly distant from her mother and is suddenly drawn into a world of sex, crime and drugs.
Featuring incredible performances from Academy Award® Winner Holly Hunter, Evan Rachel Woods, and newcomer Nikki Reed, this critically acclaimed coming of age story is both shocking and compelling and will haunt you long after the movie is over.
In the vein of Kids, Thirteen was co-written by star Nikki Reed and first-time Director Catherine Hardwicke, and is "mandatory viewing for all parents of daughters who are approaching that fateful age." David Stratton, (Weekend Australian)
Audio Commentary By Director/co-Writer Catherine Hardwicke and Co-Writer/actor Nikki Reed, Actors Evan Rachel Woods and Brady Corbet
10 Deleted Scenes With Optional Commentary
A revealing look into the lives of 13 year olds. We all know the power of Peer Pressure, but 'Thirteen' takes it to a dangerous level, where every mother, father & sibling should sit up and take note of what can happen when peer pressure spirls out of control. First film I've seen in a while to address the very real issue of 'cutting', a disease of self mutilation to numb the internal pain.