12 Angry Men

12 Angry Men
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  • Does anyone still think there still is no reasonable doubt
  • I think he's guilty!
  • I will always wonder. But there is reasonable doubt.
  • Does anyone else?
  • You're all alone.
  • No Im convinced now. There is reasonable doubt.
  • Eleven votes, not guilty; One, guilty
  • Yes, you do have a right
  • I don't care wether I'm alone or not! I have a right....
  • Well, I told you.I think that kid's guilty. What else do you want 
  • Here Juror Eight is checking to see if everyone is on the same side. And as it can be seen Juror number Three doesn't agree that the kid is not guilty.
  • We're not convinced. We're waiting to hear them again. We have time.
  • Your arguments?
  • I gave you my arguments.
  • I'm sorry. I'm convinced. I dont think I'm wrong often, but I guess I was this once. There is reasonable doubt in my mind.
  • We're waiting...
  • There's nothing we can do about that except hope that some night, maybe in a few months, why, you might get some sleep.
  • Here juror Eight is making sure its only juror number Three is the only one opposing them all. 
  • You're all alone.
  • It's a hung jury! That's it!
  • It takes a great deal of courage to stand alone.
  • After he foreman wants to make sure truly that everyone but juror Three is for not guilty.
  • ALL RIGHT!
  • NOT GUILTY!!!
  • If it's a hung jury there will be another trail and some of us will point these things out in front of various lawyers.
  • Here juror number Eight wants to know why juror number 3 opposes him. 
  • Listen. What's the matter with you? You're the guy. You made all the arguments. You can't turn now. A guilty man's going to be walking the streets. A murderer! He's got to die! Stay with me!
  • You're not gonna intimidate me. I'm entitled to my own opinion.
  • Here the other jurors are showing that they too are kind of getting tired of him, and trying to pursuade him to just give up and say that the kid is not guilty.
  • Here Juror three finally gives up saying the kid is guilty and says that he's not guilty and leaves.
  • We've all been waiting. You can say it now.
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