One by one…

12 angry men is actually a misnomer. The film start when the public trial ends and the jury convenes to decide the fate of a young man. If guilty, he will die. If innocent, he will walk. In the jury of 12, one remains calm. He, Henry Fonda, is the one that votes not guilty, while everyone condemns the accused, without deliberation.

The film is about the nature of facts and how they can be twisted into what you want them to believe. And it’s about logic.

A must-see for anyone that’s ever argued a point. So everyone…