12 Angry Men
Dir: Sidney Lumet
USA, 1957, 96minmins, DCP
Cast: Henry Fonda, Lee J. Cobb, Martin Balsam
Ninety minutes in a stifling closed room where twelve white male jurors make decisions about the life and death of an 18-year-old slum kid. Sidney Lumet’s electrifying drama initially pits one decent man – Henry Fonda – against other citizens who see only guilt. Minute by minute, slow questions about evidence and agonizing reflections on self will change the votes, one by one. A quintessential film not only about criminal procedure, but also about democracy and debate itself.
1957 Berlin International Film Festival, Golden Bear for Best Film
8.9.2018 (SAT): Post-screening seminar with Ernest Chan and Bryan Chang
Venue: Tai Kwun JC Cube
Free Admission. Conducted in Cantonese.
Buy Tickets 2018-09-08 (Sat)
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- The Grand Cinema
- Tai Kwun
- Chinese Subtitles
- Post-screening talk
- Full House
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