Juror 4: He was the least emotional person in the room to such an extent that he looks down at the emotional responses of other jurors in the room. Juror 5: He represented the most ‘emotional’ juror in the room. He reacted very strongly and defensive when the background of the boy was discussed and abused which was similar like his childhood background. Juror 6: A conformist and quite man, easily admitting that he is not qualified enough to make decisions, there are better qualified jurors in the room to make decision. Juror 7: The Juror who have no opinion about the case, considered as the Clown in the room. A casual person, who is talking about his baseball. He is not an evil person he just doesn’t have any worries about the case. Juror 8: He is a caring, warm-hearted man who has put the most energy and thought into the case as compared to the other jury members. He initiated everyone to talk thoughtful by saying every time “Let’s talk, Let’s talk”. Juror 9: The eldest man in the group, fair-minded, soft-spoken but has his own perception regarding the case.
Juror 10: He is a shot-tempered, frustrated person. He is biased in his opinion with other jurors in the room. Juror 11: He was a shy man who goes along with the ideas and thoughts of the authority, sometimes without going with his own opinions. He stands for what is right as well. Juror 12: He is quite and doesn’t participate in the discussions until he is asked. Also, doesn’t participate in the heated argument. He is very analytical and made decision based on figures. Ans 3. 1/Communication: in the film, Jury No.8 pursued all other jurors to re-check the evidence of the crime such as the types of knife, the injury caused by stabbing, the old man’s steps in fifteen seconds. He gradually explained and convinced the jurors that the boy was not guilty. Quote: - "I don't want to change your mind. I just want to talk for a while. Look, this boy's been kicked around all his life. You know, living in a slum, his mother dead since he was nine. That's not a very good head start. He's a tough, angry kid. You know why slum kids get that way?" - "You want to see this boy die because you personally want it—not because of the facts." - "You don't really mean you'll kill me, do you?" 2/ Trustworthiness: Jury No.8 believed the fact to prove the innocence of the boy and did not follow the opinions of crowd.
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