12 Angry Men

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As the actual discussion takes place, the jurors share information in a roundtable group format. Although Juror 1 serves as the group moderator formally, Juror 8 arises as an emergent leader. He is influential over the other jurors without a formal position and is eventually seen as a role model...
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Although Juror 1 serves as the group moderator formally, Juror 8 arises as an emergent leader. He is influential over the other jurors without a formal position and is eventually seen as a role model. As he shares asking probing questions about the so called facts of the case his search for truth becomes contagious...
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