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Title: Thirteen
Author: Sosiologian laitos; Department of Sociology; Sociologiska institutionen
Date: 2008-12-04
Abstract: Thirteen (2003, USA) by Catherine Hardwicke Main Cast: Holly Hunter, Evan Rachel Wood Company: Fox Searchlight Pictures The film is about the 13-year-old girl Tracy. To belong to the cool girls she get a new outfit and start to take drugs, steal, and lie. She starts to have trouble with her single-parent mother and in school. She slides off until Evie, her “friend” betrayed her and blamed Tracy to have a bad influence on Evie. Scene: male adults work other 1:07:00-1:08:30: workaholism In this scene Tracy’s father come to talk to her (Tracy’s mother has asked her divorced husband to come to help). After a while, his mobile phone rings. Because of his work he cannot really talk to her. After a while he leaves for his work. On the way to his car he meets Mason (Tracy’s brother) and wants to know “in a nutshell” what is wrong with Tracy. Mason just irritated leaves. Here Tracy’s father misses his obligation for his daughter, who needs him. Work is too important for him. The image of the father is negative, but probably not one of addiction. Clip: 311

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