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At first investors were afraid, and the agents of the eventual star, Evan Rachel Wood, never even allowed her to read it.
Everything changed when the iconic Oscar winner Holly Hunter came on board, not just in the anchoring role of mother but also as producer. A portion of the money even came from Working Title, the production company better known for lightweight rom-coms such as Notting Hill.
In my first draft, everyone in the world except Tracy was evil, the dad was neglectful instead of trying, the mother bad instead of struggling.'Hardwicke, who like Reed's father was a production designer (her credits include Tombstone and Three Kings, his include Minority Report and Autofocus), had long wanted to direct, and made her debut with Thirteen.'[Catherine] wrote many things in the past,' Reed recalls, 'but nothing got made...' she pauses, '... She's a brilliant writer, but you need people's attention, somehow, and it's my age that did it.'The film was funded, cast and filmed within an unusually speedy four months.
The script was written in less than a week at the behest of Catherine Hardwicke, an ex-girlfriend of Reed's father, who had, after they split up, become friendly with Reed's mother, a hairdresser who, like the mother played by Holly Hunter in Thirteen, works from home.
Hardwicke, who had known Reed since she was two, heard she was in trouble - taking drugs, cutting herself, running around with older men - and so she sought to distract her by suggesting they write a dumb teen comedy, an American Pie clone.
Her mother first dyed Reed's hair when she was five.'There are some mothers who say, "If you're smoking pot, I don't want to know,"' says Reed.
'Mine was like, "If you're smoking pot, do it in the house so I know that you're safe and not in some alleyway."'One does come out of the film wondering why the mother - her mother, a former alcoholic who has been straight for 12 years - wasn't more proactive as her daughter so obviously spiralled into the dark side. Her parents died when she was 10 and she doesn't like confronting people. She just wants everyone to be happy.'Hardwicke clearly holds a sacred position in Reed's life, but what are the boundaries of working with such a close friend?