In the movie 12 Angry Men each juror has a different personality. Figure one shows the shape, color, size, and placement of each character chosen. Juror eight is a rounded rectangle and is a bright yellow on the outside and pale yellow on the inside. Juror three is a square and is red on the outside and blue on the inside. Juror seven is a rectangle that is dark green on the outside and a lighter green on the inside.
In The movie 12 Angry Men, by Reginald Rose he uses interesting techniques to show what the behind the scenes view of a juror room looks like. The 12 jurors are determining whether or not an accused inner-city teen is guilty or not-guilty for the death of his father. The reader can figure out the true meaning of the character’s by using shapes to analyze them and at the same time the reader may be able to dig deeper then text to figure out who these characters really are. The characters #5,#7, and #8 are the same, but different in many ways. While watching the movie Juror #5 had many strong moments.
Complete description of all “Fallacies” in the movie “12 ANGRY MEN”: The film “Twelve Angry Men” involves a lot of logical fallacies, some of which are quite prominent and provocative. Like for eg. The fallacies which involve racism and bigotry of Juror #10 and the anger revealed which manifests into personal anguish by Juror#3. The script introduces the viewers to the typical behavior and the state of mind of these jurors, who surprisingly turn out to be the last to change their opinions from “guilty” to “not guilty”. Juror#3 the frustrated father whose personal conflicts and experiences influence his view of the accused’s crime is very desperate to make it clear that his mind is already made up before the deliberations even start.
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One difference in Our America: book and movie is in the plot. When Eric Morse died in the book, he was hung out the window and Derrick, Eric’s older brother, was holding on to him and and then he almost let him go then Tyrone bit Derrick and he let Eric go. But in the movie, Johnny and Tyrone ( Jesse and Tyreek), had Eric hanging out the window while Derrick was pushed away from the window. Then, Johnny let go and then Tyrone let go. This is a difference because it shows that the director of the movie wanted to show you a glimpse of what happened but not all of what really happened.
Unique and defining character traits not only create interesting characters, but moreover build the thesis of the movie 12 Angry Men, everyone has different biases that they carry. Based on the movie, 12 Angry Men, not only Juror #3, but also #8 and #9 are best represented by one of the above shapes, through their characters and how they fit into a big picture of the movie. Through the script of the movie, the character’s actions and manners make evident which shapes should be used to describe them. Even the colors of the shapes above show something about the character. The font and position of the shape used to tell which character is represented by which shape gives away what type of character each juror is in the movie.
This theory is practicable inside of the juror’s decisional processes of the “Twelve Angry Men.” Conformity is described from the beginnings of the film. When the jurors cast their initial vote, doubt is clear in many of the jurors whom vote guilty. This inhibition might be commented as weak belief shaked by the guilty majority’s influence.Additionally, though the movie is not provide any references about the timelines of decision this is a relevant factor presumably affecting the “Twelve Angry Men,” and should be considered as a potential element in creating social