Twelve Angry Men: a Critical Review
Is it really possible for one person with a belief that is found inferior to the majority to persuade that majority to change the way they think and feel and take on a completely different perception? Politicians would like us to believe so with advertisements and slogans like "your vote counts." And environmentalists would like us to believe so with "only you can prevent forest fires." These sayings lead the public to believe that it is up to them to change the minds of each and every person out there that disagrees with what they feel is right and pursue them to conform to their convictions.
But in a realistic world, is that possible? Can one person change the minds of eleven others when what they feel and believe has already been set in stone and engraved on their hearts? Twelve Angry Men poses this question and provides an answer. And although it is obviously done with a Hollywood spin, the situation is fairly credible.
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