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In 12 Angry Men, In a New York City courthouse a jury commences, deliberating the case of an 18-year-old boy from a slum, on trial for allegedly stabbing his father to death. If there is any reasonable doubt they are to return a verdict of not guilty. If found guilty, the boy will receive a death sentence.
In a preliminary vote, all jurors vote “guilty” except Juror 8, who argues that the boy deserves some deliberation. This irritates some of the other jurors, who are impatient for a quick deliberation, especially Juror 7, who has tickets to the evening’s Yankees game, and Juror 10, who demonstrates blatant prejudice against people from slums. Juror 8 questions the accuracy and reliability of the only two witnesses and the prosecution’s claim that the murder weapon, a common switchblade (of which he possesses an identical copy), was “rare.” Juror 8 argues that reasonable doubt exists and that he therefore cannot in conscience vote “guilty,” but concedes that he has merely hung the jury.
Juror 8 suggests a secret ballot, from which he will abstain and agrees to change his vote if the others unanimously vote “guilty”. The ballot is held and a new “not guilty” vote appears. An angry Juror 3 accuses Juror 5, who grew up in a slum, of changing his vote out of sympathy towards slum children. However, Juror 9 reveals it was he who changed his vote, agreeing there should be some discussion. Juror 8 argues that the noise of a passing train would have obscured the verbal threat that one witness claimed to have heard the boy tell his father: “I’m going to kill you”, as well as arguing that this phrase often is used by people who do not mean it literally. Juror 5 changes his vote. 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.
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Original title 12 Angry Men
IMDb Rating 8.9 517,301 votes
TMDb Rating 8.3 2268 votes