12 Angry-menConsumer behavior
I want to start the review with a film posters described how the working of the judicial process can be unsuccessful:"LIFE IS IN THEIR HANDS - DEATH IS ON THEIR MINDS! It EXPLODES Like 12Sticks of Dynamite."12 Angry Men is an interesting, absorbing and deeply examination of adiverse group of twelve jurors who brought together after hearing the facts ina straightforward or simple murder trial case. These 12 jurors retire to the jury room to do their duty and provide findings for the poor, uneducatedteenaged, a guy from slums, a defendant who stab his father. These jurorsneed to come up with one common decision either he is ‘guilty’ or ‘not guilty’according to US judicial law.Summary of the unidentified characteristics is important here because thisgoing to help to identify characters and backgrounds. The juror’s sittingaround the table and assigned with number. So, the following order is thereal sequence.
(The Foreman): He is a high-school assistant head coach,firmly worried to keep the proceedings formal and maintain authority;easily frustrated and sensitive when someone objects to his control.
(John Fiedler) a weak courage, clerk/teller, easily persuaded,meek, hesitant, goes along with the majority, excitedly offers coughdrops to other men during tense times of argument.
(Lee J. Cobb) separation from his own teenaged son causeshim to be hateful and aggressive toward all young people .Runs amessenger service (the "Beck and Call" Company), rude and roughman, completely intolerant, forceful and loud, explosive andunforgiving.
(E. G. Marshall) Well-educated, self-satisfied and proud, well-dressed stockbroker, an incredible recall and grasp of the facts of thecase, cool-headed, formal, claims that he never sweats.
(Jack Klug man) inexperienced, insecure, frightened,reserved; grew up in a poor Jewish urban neighborhood and the caserestore to life in his mind that slum-dwelling upbringing; a guilty votewould distance him from his past; nicknamed "Baltimore" by Juror # 7because of his support.
(Edward Binns) A typical "working man," confused a follower;maybe a manual laborer or painter; respectful of older juror and willingto back up his words with fist.
(Jack Warden) impatient salesman, gum-chewing, passionatebaseball fan who wants to leave as soon as possible to attend eveninggame; throws rolled up paper balls at the fan.
(Henry Fonda) An architect set off a thoughtfulreconsideration of the case against the accused, patient truth-and-