[looking at him]  "The Amazing Mrs. Bainbridge". I'll take the testimony from right after the murder, when he couldn't remember a thing about the movies, great emotional stress or not. Want to see it in your area? Who was in "The Amazing Mrs. Bainbridge"? : Brother, I've seen all kinds of dishonesty in my day, but this little display takes the cake. Now, he doesn't say that the boy is *not* guilty; he just isn't *sure*. I don't care whether I'm alone or not! Juror #7 Davis. Know what I mean? : What do you think that trial cost? Juror #8 Juror #8 Aah. We use cookies to personalise ads, provide social features and to analyse our site usage. According to the testimony, the boy looks guilty... maybe he is. : Sifting through countless investigation records, he repeatedly questions the defendant’s admission of guilt. Ever since you walked into this room, you've been acting like a self-appointed public avenger. : Do you think the man's an idiot or something? Juror #9 : Juror #4 Juror #12 Bright? I'm also guessing that she probably didn't put her glasses on when she turned to look casually out of the window - and she herself testified the killing took place just as she looked out, the lights went off a split second later - she couldn't have had *time* to put them on then! Juror #7 : : [shakes his hand]  Eleven men in here think he's guilty. Hey! : Juror #3 : Juror #5 : Juror #8 There are no secrets in a jury room, I know who it was. : [firmly]  I got one. Maybe. [#3 lunges wildly at #8, who holds his ground. I'd like to ask you a personal question. Juror #3 : I saw that. : Juror #8 You ever hear a kid call his father that anymore? Juror #8 He didn't bring it up because he knew it would hurt his case. The defendant doesn't even have to open his mouth. I don't *know* - I'm guessing! How does he know all that? The burden of proof is on the prosecution. I wanna know. : Well, there were eleven votes for guilty. That's right. : You sound like you met my brother-in-law. : I'll - *kill him!*. : He's a common, ignorant slob. No, I wouldn't like you to tell me why. It's not *possible?*. There's a phony deal if I ever heard one. yang paling menarik disini ialah permainan para cast nya yang dimana setiap karakter juri punya perbedaan, dan juga dengan sisipan sedikit komedi untuk membuat film agar tidak terlalu serius atau terlalu berat. I feel sorry for you. Then, when he's lying in his bed, he heard a body hit the floor in the boy's apartment, heard the woman scream from across the street, got to his front door as fast as he could, heard somebody racing down the stairs and *assumed* it was the boy! : Juror #8 The photo of him with his son is on top]. : He can't hear you, and he never will. Oh, come on. Slowly joined in his search for the truth by the other jurors, Kwon Nam Woo begins to break through the majority opinion to uncover the truth and set the standard for true justice. I left the office at 8:30 and went straight home and to bed. Did *you* think of it? I'm convinced. Juror #7 Could they be wrong? : : I have a reasonable doubt now. He said twenty seconds! Now calm down, calm down! : : Seriously, loved his character and I want to protect him from everything bad. [after conducting an experiment to see if the old man could have reached his door in 15 seconds]  Sign up to enjoy Asian TV shows and movies, and continue where you left off. How do you know *what* kind of glasses she wore? Several jurors hold #3 back], Juror #3 What do you mean, "secret"? : Juror #3 Juror #3 Juror #8 There's something else I'd like to talk about for a minute. He called me an idiot, so I yelled at him. Juror #8 Juror #10 : Not guilty. Juror #3 Anybody says a thing like that the way he said it, they mean it! Juror #9 Juror #8 Juror #5 It's my right. What're you talking about? How come you believe the woman's? "The Scarlet Circle". : : Juror #8 : Supposing this whole building should fall down on my head. [to #3]  We're not convinced. Juror #3 He's *got* to burn! I'm one of 'em! : : It's just that... we're talking about somebody's life here. He don't even speak good English. You're a sadist! : : [gets up]  : I think that's possible! Juror #3 : I remember I was arguing with the guy I work next to at the bank a couple of weeks ago. [taking a cough drop that Juror #2 offered him]  It's logical to assume that *she* wasn't wearing them when she was in bed - tossing and turning, trying to fall asleep! Juror #1, Foreman (Martin Balsam) Juror #2 (John Fiedler) Juror #3 (Lee J. Cobb) Juror #4 (E.G. : "Juror 8" is about the justification of a court of jurors who discuss about an unexpected event. No, now who do you think you are?