FAVORITE ANGRY MAN #3: Juror 4 (E. G. Marshall)

Stoic and unemotional, Juror 4 (E. G. Marshall) voices his opinions well and with a seemingly calm exterior. While some other Jurors may rely on their personal feelings to debunk or back up Juror 8’s point of view, Juror 4 is completely unfazed throughout the entire film. And though this might be a good strategy in general, it is important to remember that there needs to be a balance between the two. This is perhaps one of the greatest testaments to the film’s ability to showcase the many facets of the human condition through these twelve characters. In the film’s climax, Juror 4 is one of the last jurors to change his mind, but significantly, he is convinced purely based on facts.

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