12 Angry Men: Jurors

12 Angry Men: Jurors

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  • Juror #8
  • He could be guilty, but I don't think so
  • The Case: Possibilities
  • Juror #1
  • The Case: Guilty or No?
  • ?
  • I'm the leader, but I'm not going to say my opinions
  • Juror #10
  • The Case: Guilty, Guilty, Guilty
  • Juror #8 is a gentle character that looks outside the box. He generally tries to be fair to everyone. He is a reasonable person who thinks things through before he acts. He is a quiet leader who constantly seeks the truth. I think he is very intelligent and made strategic moves to persuade the rest the boy isn't guilty.
  • Juror #11
  • The Case: Democracy 
  • Please, gentlemen
  • Juror #1 is a leader and from the beginning takes on the role of Chairman. However, he does not express his opinion anytime in the movie. When he votes guilty in the first vote, he seems to just go along with the rest. When he eventually does vote not guilty, he doesn't state what makes him change his mind. I think he was trying to keep his opinions to himself. 
  • Juror #5
  • I want to say my opinion, but what will the others think of me?
  • The Case: Expressing My Opinion
  • Juror #10 is a hot-tempered character who is VERY prejudiced and racist. He was very angry almost all the way through the movie- up to the moment when all the rest of the jurors turned their back on him. He was basing his opinion on the boy's race and social group instead of on the evidence. I think he felt his way was the only way, and that influenced his decision.
  • Juror #4
  • The Case: EVIDENCE
  • Juror #11 is a character that is polite and noble. He takes great care to think things through to make the best decision possible. He wants justice and is a very humble character. He is appreciative of democratic rights, and seems excited to be able to state his opinion in court. I think he is a character that played a significant role, especially when it came to peacemaking!
  • Juror #5 seems like he is a smart character, but was hesitant to express his opinions in front of the jury. It may have been because he's young and thought the rest wouldn't respect him. He was very soft-spoken and seemed ashamed of his past. Most of the time he seemed intimidated of the Jury. I think he took his obligations in the case very seriously.
  • Juror #4 is a very down-to earth character. Right from the beginning of the movie we could see that he was very uptight and was thinking only of facts, not feelings. He was very confident that the "evidence" told the entire case. Later on, Juror #8 had something to counteract that, and gave him something to think on. He is a very think-only-inside-the-box person. I think he is a practical thinker, but that was a disadvantage in that specific case.
  • THAT'S RIGHT!!!!!!
  • The evidence says he's guilty
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