Twelve Angry Jurors (2017)

A teenage refugee has been charged with murdering the priest who gave her shelter. A jury of twelve has to decide whether she is guilty or innocent. All evidence suggests that the young woman is bound for the electric chair. But the jury’s verdict must be unanimous and one juror votes for not guilty. So everybody is forced to look the case again. One by one, the jurors have to confront not only the facts, but also their own prejudices and ideas about what justice is. As the debate heats up, the juror’s tempers become as hot as the stuffy room they are locked in ....



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Copyright: RNZ, 20.07.2016

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