Have you ever heard about 12 Angry Men? It’s quite popular and discusses many important themes while providing the targeted audience with a detailed view on different stages involved in the team development. Basically, it breaks down each one to reveal certain difficulties and intricacies involved in uniting people with different backgrounds into one efficient team.
Imagine a busy jury room in NY downtowns where different opinions collide while 13 jurors discuss and decide whether a young guy is innocent or guilty. Pay attention that a foreboding and dark storm clouds hang over their heads while new facts are represented and their discussion progresses. Don’t forget that there is one juror who is not happy with the idea of staying of execution so that he decided to state that this man is guilty. He is a juror 3 or a successful business owner who doesn’t want to change his opinion and vote, no matter what.
He is haunted by a son and verbally assaults other jurors with his forceful voice tone and attitude. The good news is that Rose, another juror, managed to persuade others so that they all have the same opinion. However, when it comes to juror 3, he is a bitter and angry man who has spent the whole life on forcing his views and opinions into others. He is a boss of his own company so that he is definitely not used to being resisted by others.
To pass his arguments and ideas, he always uses specific phrases, trying to put those jurors who have opposing views in some awkward situations. When his reputable witnesses were called for questioning, there was a lot of speculation o that juror 3 starts becoming more and more forceful in stating his main arguments. He also raises his voice tone more often than he used to because he strongly believes that a young man is 100% guilty, regardless of the words and opinions of other jurors. There seem to be no other things that can have an impact on his opinion, expect for stubbornness.
As you already know, he has a son who is treated just like the accused. Why? The main purpose of juror 3 is to make a man out of his son, but he ends up with a situation when he is beaten by his own son at a back and face. What else? In addition, you also need to know that he hasn’t seen a son for more than 2 years so that his approach was faulty and wrong. The good news is that other jurors managed to force him to believe their proofs and statements so that no one was hurt in the end and justice won, but it was a long and exhausting fight.
Have you ever heard about 12 Angry Men? It’s quite popular and discusses many important themes while providing the targeted audience with a detailed view on different stages involved in the team development.