Thirteen
    (2004, original release: 2003)

    Fiction

    DVD

    Call Numbers:
    DVD/DRAMA/THIRTEEN
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PUBLISHED
[United States] : 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment, [2004]
©2003
DESCRIPTION
1 videodisc (100 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in
ISBN/ISSN
6308258504 2220658
LANGUAGE
English
NOTES

Originally released as a motion picture in 2003

Los Angeles teenager and overachiever Tracy is an excellent student in her seventh grade class and gets along well with her mother, Melanie. She fears that she's not cool enough to be friends with Evie, the most popular girl in school. Fueled with genuine adolescent energy, Tracy follows Evie's lead into the harsh realities of sex, drugs, and hard-edged adventure. Consumed with temptations and conflicting desires, Tracy loses her good-girl identity, greatly affecting her relationship with her mom

Special features: Side 1: full length feature (widescreen); one commentary track featuring: director/co-writer commentary by Catherine Hardwicke, co-writer/actress commentary by Nikki Reed; actor commentary by Evan Rachel Wood and Brady Corbet; deleted scenes with optional commentary -- Side 2: full length feature (Pan & Scan), one commentary track featuring: director/co-writer commentary by Catherine Hardwicke, co-writer/actress commentary by Nikki Reed; actor commentary by Evan Rachel Wood and Brady Corbet; making of featurette; theatrical trailer; 2 easter eggs

Director of photography, Elliot Davis ; editor, Nancy Richardson ; music, Mark Mothersbaugh ; costume designer, Cindy Evans ; production designer, Carol Strober

Holly Hunter, Evan Rachel Wood, Nikki Reed, Jeremy Sisto, Brady Corbet, Deborah Kara Unger, Kip Pardue, Sarah Clarke, D.W. Moffett

MPAA rating: R; for drug use, self-destructive violence, language, and sexuality, all including teens

DVD, Region 1, widescreen and full screen presentations; Dolby Digital

English, dubbed French or dubbed Spanish dialogue, Spanish subtitles; closed-captioned

Sundance Film Festival, 2003: Director's Award Dramatic (Catherine Hardwicke)

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