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"12 Angry Men" Discussion Essay

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Twelve angry men is a movie about twelve jurors who have to decide whether or not to convict a boy of murdering his father. The physical aspects that affected the entire discussion about the murder case had to of been the enclosed room they were debating in. The room was like a jail cell, no one else left or came in. The room served as a thinking place for the jurors, and as they all had their own opinions on the matter.Juror 8 was the outspoken man who thought the boy was innocent, he eventually convinced the rest of the jurors to think outside the facts, and look within themselves to find a reason of innocence. Another juror was acting like a fool, he couldn't see passed the crime because ...view middle of the document...

The deviant had to of been the juror that had problems with his son. He just couldn't let go of the fact that he neglected his son and didn't really try to help him in any way. So, juror 8 was always giving off a negative vibe and never understood why they were helping the boy. He just thought that the boy who committed the murder was innocent, because he wasn't thinking straight, he kept picturing his son and how bad he treated him that definitely blocked his views towards the murder case. Towards the end of the debate, the deviant juror was finally sanctioned. The rest of the jurors finally got through to him, he totally understood that the problem wasn't him, it was towards losing his son. The deviant realized this and appreciated the help and advice the rest of the jurors gave to him. Only then he realized that the boy who murdered his father was innocent, through the facts and opinions he didn't want to accept.The way these men exchanged information was very difficult, it led to frustration witch led to anger, then eventually isolation. But the main leader was best at putting aside all arguments that were not of this case, he concentrated on the subject at hand, the boy's trial by justice. The designated leader provided trust and open mindedness...

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