The Leading Role Of The Play In Reginald Rose's Twelve Angry Men

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“Twelve Angry Men” a play in jury room in The United States in 50’s written by Reginald Rose is a story about an eighteen year boy from the ghetto who is on trial for the murder of his abusive father. A jury of twelve men is locked in the deliberation room to choose the fate of the young boy. If all facts are against the boy and he is considered guilty they will send him to die in the electric chair. This play turned into a movie in 1957 the producer was Henry Fonda he played the lead role.
Stakeholders of the movie:
The Judge and the 12 Jurors are the stakeholders of the movie these people are from same country having different backgrounds. Juror 1 (Foreman) his responsibility is to keep the jury organized outside of jury room he is an assistant football coach 2nd Juror is a bank clerk he is shy and takes time to talk with others he said that in life everyone has said “I will kill you” once in their life 3rd juror has a small business he has personal conflict with his son his son hit him and left him so he is not in the favor of boy 4th Juror a stock broker he deals with facts and logic he said that the boy don’t even remember the movie name 5th Juror work in a hospital and also live in slums 6th Juror a house painter he is happy that he don’t have to go to work 7th Juror a salesmen and he has ball game tickets his concern was whether the case will end before the match our not he switch his vote to “not guilty” just to end the deliberation 8th Juror an
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