In any case it was Henry Fonda and Lee J. Based on a television play by Reginald Rose. It pays off every time. Not only for admiring the logic that my juror 4 exhibited, but for the brilliance all the jurors depicted. Premeditated murder is the most serious charge tried in our criminal courts. This is a wonderful piece of work.
Every performance is superb, including that of the director, who plays the foreman, and Sergei Garmash as the cab driver juror. Perlu diketahui, film-film yang terdapat pada web ini didapatkan dari web pencarian di internet. Don't put it in your Netflix queue and forget about it. Also, the film is not realistic in the sense that Russia does not have a jury system, therefore this situation would not arise in real life. I've done this a million times, but here is another summary of what 12 Angry Men is all about. The screenplay follows the tortuous deliberations, in which every juror has at least one soliloquy.
In just 96 minutes, you get 12 characters who all feel real, and who all have their own desires, biases, and motivations. And I'm happiest that there are plenty of holes in Juror 8's defense. Marshall as Juror 4, Jack Klugman as Juror 5, Edward Binns as Juror 6, Jack Warden as Juror 7, Joseph Sweeney as Juror 9, Ed Begley as Juror 10, George Voskovec as Juror 11, Robert Webber as Juror 12, Rudy Bond as Judge uncredited , James Kelly as Guard uncredited , Billy Nelson as Court Clerk uncredited , John Savoca as The Accused uncredited , Walter Stocker as Man Waiting for Elevator uncredited. Marshall, Jack Klugman, et al. We read and analyzed the play as a class and I portrayed juror 4 - the rational stockbroker who is unflinching, calm, and analytical; the juror who throughout the deliberations, remains neutral, as he prefers to deal with facts rather than act on emotional bias. What begins as an open-and-shut case of murder soon becomes a detective story that presents a succession of clues creating doubt, and a mini-drama of each of the jurors' prejudices and preconceptions about the trial, the accused, and each other. The defense and the prosecution have rested and the jury is filing into the jury room to decide if a young man is guilty or innocent of murdering his father.
Sidney Lumet Martin Balsam, John Fiedler, Lee J. Mikhalkov's main interest really is in truth, justice and honesty. Eleven jurors agree that the defendant is guilty. Cobb who truly made this film unbelievable, with their inconceivably reasonable exhibitions. And speaking of the lean 96 minute running time mentioned in the last paragraph, 12 Angry Men keeps moving at a pace you wouldn't expect for a movie about 12 people who pretty much just talk in a single room for the entire movie well, two rooms if you count a few minutes spent in the bathroom. Hardly surprising considering the cast, but it could have easily gone wrong.
There are some movies that words aren't enough to describe how good and important they are. The defense and the prosecution have rested and the jury is filing into the jury room to decide if a young man is guilty or innocent of murdering his father. » Gosh, I don't know how many times I studied this play and performed it in high school, not to mention how many television shows had an episode that was inspired by 12 Angry Men. I know the film scene by scene, almost word for word. If you've never seen this movie but were told you should have seen it, this version will cover everything because the extras will bring you up to speed on the film's significance. Please, if you have any taste, you will truly enjoy 12 Angry Men and have a great appreciation for it! Don't talk about renting it one day. It's Juror 7, watching the clock and changing his vote to whatever gets him to his ballgame the fastest.
. Cobb as Juror 3, E. You've listened to the testimony, you've had the law read to you and interpreted as it applies in this case, it's now your duty to sit down and try to separate the facts from the fancy. That's how masterful the story, and the acting is here. A jury hold out endeavors to keep an unsuccessful labor of equity by driving his associates to reexamine the evidence. But Mikhalkov does not dance around the sensitive race issue at the core of the plot, a Chechen boy accused of murdering his stepfather, a Russian military officer, and facing life in prison.
I remember that first initial experience vividly. The acting here is superb. Kami tidak menyimpan file film tersebut di server sendiri dan kami hanya menempelkan link-link tersebut di website kami. It is more likely in Russia today that twelve whites would end up forming a jury, although less so that no women would be serving. Written by Trivia This film inspired a classic sketch on 2013. Pros: Great cast of characters, compelling story, works an engaging and interesting narrative with very limited resources, the characters incisively manifest many beliefs and behaviors common to humanity Cons: If special effects and flashy screenplays are your thing, this movie will be boring for you Honestly, this is one of those 'must see' movies that will never feel like a chore to watch. One man is dead, another man's life is at stake, if there's a reasonable doubt in your minds as to.
This film is one of them. Popularity of movie is about 89. Twelve white-male jurors try to reach a verdict in a murder trial--a case involving a Puerto Rican teenager from the slums who is accused of knifing his father to death. Based on a television play by Reginald Rose. Based on the play, all of the action takes place on the stage of the jury room.