12 Angry Men Analysis

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Twelve Angry Men Rubbing Off On The Audience
The jurors in the 1957 film Twelve Angry Men, have a strong impact on the way the audience views their self-image by showing them their personality, their actions in the court room and their own personal beliefs if the boy should be charged guilty or not guilty. Each word that comes out of the juror’s mouth could either be a honest statement or a complete lie. It is the audience choice weather to believe it or to not believe it. The 1957 MGM film entitled Twelve Angry Men forces the characters and audience to evaluate their own self-image through observing the personality, actions, and beliefs of the jurors. At the beginning of the jury meeting there were 11 men who said that the young boy was guilty of murdering his father. Although there was still one person in the room who said that the boy was not guilty. For a decision to be made all jurors had to agree to one side. In a book written by a very wise man named Bernard Roth called “The Achievement Habit, stop wishing, start doing, and take command of your life. Roth says, “It is easy to avoid having conversations that deeply go into your feelings and tough issues (Roth 145).” The best way to talk about hard conversations is to put oneself personality into every piece of evidence. At the end of the jury meeting everyone agreed with Henry, the one man who said that the boy was not guilty, because Henry showed his personality in his statements. Henrys personality is strong but

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