12 angry men explores through the struggles in todays society to do with racism, stereotypical views and judgments. This script interprites the way people view others and how they can conform and make decisions based mostly on incorrect judgements and not looking at the facts. This script displays the rights of an individual and the forces of conformity.
12 angry men is about the strong belief juror 8 has that the thought than the boy is not guilty. Throughout the film he tries to influence peoples decisions to have an open mind and take the stories they have into consideration, look at the facts and evidence brought upon them and offer the boy a fair trial and judgement. He is a moral person and is fair this is shown throughout the film as he, at the beginning of the film, is the only one that considered voting not guilty, this displays his rights as an individual as he stands alone in the meeting infront of all the jurors and does not conform to them as they try force him to vote guilty so they could go home. The other jurors were selfish and inconsiderate and didn’t It's always difficult to keep personal prejudice out of a thing like this. And wherever you run into it, prejudice always obscures the truth. I don't really know what the truth is. I don't suppose anybody will ever really know. Nine of us now seem to feel that the defendant is innocent, but we're just gambling on probabilities - we may be wrong. We may be trying to let a guilty man go free, I don't know. Nobody really can. But we have a reasonable doubt, and that's something that's very valuable in our system. No jury can declare a man guilty unless it's SURE. We nine can't understand how you three are still so sure. Maybe you can tell us" this quote reflects on how the jurors have all conformed and concluded that ... is not guilty... the quote displays how juror 8 believes that their initial decisions were based on prejiduce s were made based purely on his race and their descriminative...
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