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Actress Glenn Close says Hollywood has 'huge power' in how the stories of mental illness are told
On the impact of the Netflix series '13 Reasons Why', which is about a teenage girl's suicide, Actress Glenn Close said, "I think it was irresponsible." Close said Hollywood has huge power in how the stories of mental illness are told, but she believes as we normalize the issue, there will be a wider variety of characters young people can relate to.
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