12 Angry Men Storyboard

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  • Juror 5
  • Juror 8
  •     Juror 12
  • Juror 5 grew up in what was called the "slums". He had a somewhat personal connection with the boy that was on trail. Even though they both came from similar backgrounds, Juror 5 still originally voted guilty. However, as the movie progresses, Juror 5 changes his vote and helps change the other juror's votes too.
  •                 Juror 7
  • Juror 8 is a very important character. Without him there would be no movie.  Juror 8 is what you could call the "good guy". He almost single handily  changes all the other 11 juror's minds. It takes a lot of courage to stand up for your opinion. He uses critical thinking and quick resourceful responses to change the other juror's minds.
  • Juror 3
  • Juror 12 is the comical relief. He plays an important role in the movie, but he is not as important as some of the other characters are. He doesn't seem to be taking the trial seriously. He keeps making jokes like, "Let's put out some milk and see what the cat licks up."  Although, when he is confronted about his opinion he does vote not guilty.
  •                                         Juror 2
  • Juror 7 represents a lot of individuals who  don't really care about jury duty and would much rather be doing something else. For most of the movie he sticks to his vote of guilty, but when it looks like most of the other juror's are voting not guilty he decides to change his vote to not guilty. Juror 7 is an important character because he represents so many individuals.
  • Juror 3 was one of the main antagonists in this movie. He was the last juror to vote not guilty. He stood his ground for most of the movie, but in the end we find out that he was taking this case personally because of what he and his son were going through. However, in one of the very last scenes of the movie he finally votes not guilty.
  • Juror 2 is also a very important character; he represents  lots of individuals who are scared to voice their real opinion if it means going against the other juror's opinions. He was a very important character because he was one of the first to agree with Juror 8 and he brought up some very good points that helped other jurors change their minds. Juror 3 was very nervous and timid.
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