Twelve Angry Men
Put yourself on trial, where 11 jurors out of 12 vote guilty. Although you are innocent, and the one man in the jury who votes not guilty has reasonable doubt for your guilt. Your life is in twelve angry mens' hands. You can hardly defend yourself. It's up to the jurors to interpret the words in the testimonies to find the truth. In "Twelve Angry Men," by Reginald Rose the main factor's that create reasonable doubt for the jurors to look at were; the woman across the street, the problems with the knife, and the old man who lived in the building.
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