13 Reasons Why Social Media Campaign Is Too Close To Home
13 Reasons Why is undoubtedly the most talked about Netflix series to come out in the past year.
Not only does it deal with teen suicide and rape, it is a show, ultimately about the human connection.
Netflix has now released a moving and relevant social media strategy. It shows the side to Hannah's story we didn't see in the show. One that is so accurate and disturbing it’s hard to watch.
It’s a piece of software. Hannah Baker’s IPhone. Just like the one we all have.
The incoming and outgoing texts, Snapchats, Instagram’s… all of the ways we communicate with each other in an instant – and in ways you cannot take back.
It’s a hard pill to swallow – the reality of what made Hannah suicide.
It is a reflection of how we affect each other and so instantly. How a simple text can hurt more than being punched in the face.
How a snapchat can harass and belittle and make someone feel violated at the touch of a screen.
The video shows that we are the real threat to each other and ourselves.
This show is a voice of a generation.
No matter if you’ve watched it, if you like it, if you think it’s boring AF… the conversations are happening and that’s all that matters.
If you, or a person you know, is in need of help, contact Lifeline Australia on 13 11 14.