THIRTEEN (2003) turns 21—celebrate iconic filmmaker Catherine Hardwicke's directorial debut reaching legal drinking age with a 35mm print! Depressed after her parents' divorce, seventh grader Tracy (Evan Rachel Wood) becomes entangled in a world of sex, drugs, and petty crime with "bad girl" Evie (Nikki Reed, who also co-wrote the screenplay at age 14!). As her daughter spirals out of control, Tracy's mother, played by Holly Hunter—who earned an Oscar nom for Best Supporting Actress—tries to disrupt Evie's intoxicating influence. A time capsule of early 2000s music and fashion (low-rise jeans with chunky belts and all), THIRTEEN remains a brutal and unflinching swan dive into the dark side of girls growing up that refuses to veer into after-school special territory.
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