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After sitting through a trial of a young Hispanic man accused of murdering his father, the jurors retire to deliberate the man's fate. All but one vote for conviction, thinking that the case is a clear cut example of first degree murder. However, the one dissenting juror is convinced the evidence is not what it seems, and refuses to go along with the rest for the sake of convenience. Though this classic movie is set in just one room, it is a riveting drama that puts the audience in the thick of the conversation and on the edge of their seats, encouraging conversations around the justice system, prejudice and thinking outside the box.
Contains descriptions of violence.
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Powerful drama made in 1993 when it was daring to make a Hollywood film about AIDS, about a top lawyer sacked when his firm learns he has the disease.
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Harper Lee adaptation about an idealistic white lawyer in 1930s Alabama who takes on the case of a Black man accused of an awful crime.
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Based on a real life crime, 'The Murder of Linda Cook' is a fantastic achievement from 15-year-old Emily, who made the film as part of her EPQ.
Viewing time 6 mins
Simon Hanks, whose film club at Gwernyfed High School in Powys, Wales is particularly engaged with our offer, is our Leader of the Month for February 2017.
Reading time 6 mins
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