Their verdict is now a solid not guilty. By the end of the film, nearly everyone is shown in closeup, using telephoto lenses from a lower angle, which decreases or "shortens" Twelve angry men plot of field. At this point, the only remaining juror with a guilty vote is Juror 3.
The public area consists solely of the shared information provided during the trial. The rest of the jury resents the inconvenience of his decision. The impossibility of these contradictions convinces everyone, except Three, Four, and Ten.
Juror 12 then reverts his vote, making the vote 8—4. He purchased this knife in a shop near the crime scene. Jurors 3, 4 and Eight says he feels it is possible that someone else killed the father with a similar weapon to the one the boy purchased.
Soon after, a rainstorm hits the city, threatening to cancel the baseball game for which Juror 7 has tickets.
He is polite and makes a point of speaking with proper English grammar. Juror Eleven is an immigrant from Europe who is grateful to be living in a democratic society after suffering through much injustice.
We will see how the contents of the unconscious area will largely affect the decision making process of some of the jurors. Prejudice is defined as premature judgment or bias. The youth claimed he lost the switch knife, which he was known to have purchased, on the night of the crime.
But after one last epic blowout, even this guy has to let go of his hate and find the kid Not Guilty. He is the sixth to vote "not guilty"; played by Edward Binns.
After he points this out, Juror 12 changes his vote back to "guilty", making the vote The public, hidden and blind areas are relatively the same for each juror before beginning the deliberation. Each of them come from different situations with individual and unique experiences. A garage owner; a pushy and loud-mouthed bigot.
Take into consideration, each man is referred to by a juror number, they do not even have the benefit of knowing each others names.
The jury retires to a private room, where the jurors spend a short while getting acquainted before they begin deliberating. Most of the others turn their backs to him. Juror 11 also changes his vote, believing the boy would not likely have tried to retrieve the murder weapon from the scene if it had been cleaned of fingerprints.
He is responsible as a juror intent on seeking justice in an honest and honorable way. The jurors consider the length of time that it takes for an elevated train to pass and how deafeningly loud such trains are.
The play takes place in a hot, stuffy jury room there is no air-conditioning in New York during the s. He mentions that he has three children. Juror 8 cannily asks Juror 4 if he wears his eyeglasses to sleep, and Juror 4 admits that he does not wear them nobody does.
At the end of the film, he reveals to Juror 9 that his name is Davis, one of only two jurors to reveal his name; played by Henry Fonda. As the movie closes the not guilty verdict is handed down.
Synopsis In a New York City courthouse, an eighteen-year-old boy from a slum is on trial for allegedly stabbing his father to death. The longer the discussion goes on, the more we realize that certain jurors like 3 and 10 are just really vindictive dudes who want to send the kid to the electric chair for petty, personal reasons.
The jurors do another round of voting. The judge gives them instructions to reach a ruling on a trial for first-degree murder. This is alluded to in a conversation between juror 7 Jack Warden and himself.
Juror 4 remembers, with some difficulty, the events of the previous five days, and Juror 8 points out that he had not been under emotional stress at that time, thus there was no reason to think the boy should be able to remember the particulars of the movie that he claimed to have seen. Eleven points out how dark it was in the tenement building when the jurors went to visit the scene of the crime.
The jurors discuss the switch knife, the murder weapon, and ask to have it brought in because it is distinctive in appearance. If we analyze the Johari grid of each juror we see a large hidden area in the case of all of the men.12 Angry Men study guide contains a biography of Reginald Rose, literature essays, quiz questions, major themes, characters, and a full summary and analysis.
Jul 29, · Watch video · A full ten years after 12 Angry Men () () was released, it inspired a plot on the The Andy Griffith Show () (), in which Aunt Bee Taylor plays the lone holdout juror (exactly like Henry Fonda's character) who steadfastly votes "not guilty". She repeatedly holds her vote even while up against the /10(K).
The movie Twelve Angry Men begins with an eighteen year old boy from the ghetto who is on trial for the murder of his abusive father. A jury of twelve men is. Twelve Angry Men Plot Summary A teenaged Hispanic boy has just been tried for the murder of his father, and the case is now in the hands of the jury.
A. Complete plot summary of 12 Angry Men, written by specialists and reviewed by film experts. Plot: “Twelve Angry Men” is an interesting and exciting jury-room confrontation in which an "open and shut case" becomes strenuous as twelve strangers scuffle for answers.Download