Angry Men

  • Angry Men

    12 Angry Men: In Light Of OB Theories [12:14 PM | ] 12 Angry Men (1957) is a gripping and an engrossing examination of 12 jurors who are deciding the fate of a young Puerto Rican boy in a murder trial. It is phenomenal that a movie with a running time of just 96 minutes and shot in just one room could be so impactful and so intellectually stimulating that it could be a source of immense learning for generations to come in the field of psychology, social psychology, Organizational Behavior anddecision

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    12 Angry Men The 12 Angry Men movie was a perfect example of the Bruce Tuckman Scheme. Once the Jurors go in for deliberation they immediately start two get into the stages of the scheme. Once they are all in the juror’s room and get settled they start the storming stage. As soon as the juror’s get into the storming stage there is a lot of arguing. By the time they start the norming stage the juror’s are still arguing with one another but they are starting to listen to the people who are trying

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    Twelve Angry Men Eric Schoon Concordia University-Saint Paul Twelve Angry Men I. Introduction Twelve Angry Men is set in a New York City court of law jury room in 1957. The movie opens to the empty jury room, and the judge’s voice is heard giving a set of final instructions to the jurors (Reginald Rose, Twelve Angry Men Study Guide).Twelve men with diverse backgrounds are confined in

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    been heralded in the United States, not only today but also in the past. In Twelve Angry Men, a play and movie written and directed by Reginald Rose, justice is by far the most significant idea presented. Through Juror Four, Reginald Rose displays perfectly the importance of the presence of justice in not only the society of today but also that of the 1950s. Juror Four demonstrates the theme of justice in Twelve Angry Men because he possesses many qualities a juror who must administer justice should

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    Leadership Julian Barling 12 Angry Men – Writing Assignment September 21, 2012, 11:59pm Calgary A – Team Redemption Order of files: Filename | Pages | Comments and/or Instructions | 12 Angry Men-Writing | 5 | | Assignment | | | | | | | | | | | | Additional Comments: Executive Leadership MBUS 957 Twelve Angry Men 12 Angry Men (1957) An examination of transformational leadership as portrayed by Henry Fonda “12 Angry Men” is a movie that captures various

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    ‘Twelve Angry Men’ shows that personal experience is the strongest factor influencing human decision – making processes. Discuss Roses play Twelve Angry Men is about a dissenting juror in a murder trial who slowly manages to convince the other jurors that the case they are examining is not as obviously clear as it seemed in court. The defence and the prosecution have rested and the jury is filling into the jury room to decide if a young sixteen year old boy of a minority race is guilty or innocent

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    Democracy and the right to serve as a juror are a great privilege and responsibility which is not to be taken lightly, as seen in Twelve Angry Men. How does Rose use the play to reflect these themes? In Reginald Rose Twelve Angry Men, Rose uses the play to reflect the duty and responsibility of a juror. Rose uses the characters to reflect different themes of the play. As a democratic country, jurors have a great privilege and responsibility and it shouldn’t be taken lightly as some juror’s demonstrated

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    Twelve Angry Men Twelve angry men essay ‘Twelve angry men’ shows that personal experience is the strongest factor influencing human decision-making processes.’ Discuss Twelve angry men by Reginald Rose is an intriguing play that explores the idea of personal experience affecting ones decision. Indeed Rose shows that decision-making is based on personal experiences. This is evident in the play when the 3rd Juror’s personal experience with his own son influences his decision and as a result he

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    Issues 12 Angry Men (original title: 12 Angry Men) is an American film from 1957, written by Reginald Rose. The film received three Academy Award nominations, best picture, best director and best adapted screenplay. It is an excellent example of 1950s social awareness and preparation of the common people in everyday situations. The film is thus a purely naturalistic wonders where all the action happens in real time, except for the film's beginning and end, in one place. Historically, we can look

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  • Twelve Angry Men Essay

    One of the strengths of ‘twelve angry men’ is rose’s ability to create a diverse case of characters with very different values and interests. Do you agree? Set in 1950’s America, Reginald Rose’s play, Twelve Angry Men, revolves around twelve men summoned to decide the fate of a young man’s life. Taking place in a New York courtroom, it follows the deliberations of the jurors as they attempt to make a unanimous verdict as to whether or not a sixteen year old is in fact guilty of murdering his father

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  • Consensus and 12 Angry Men

    I recently watched a dramatic “case study” on group behavior and communication: the 1957 movie 12 Angry Men. The movie shows how one individual shaped and ultimately changed the direction of a group decision. The story goes that 12 jurors must reach a verdict that could require the death penalty for an 18-year-old defendant charged with stabbing his father to death. The jurors must reach consensus—the verdict must be unanimous. When they begin their deliberations, 11 vote guilty. Only one sees

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    12 Angry Men – Case Review During this movie, Fonda had three different styles of conflict, based on which situation he was in. In critical situations, he was competing with others to give the kid another chance before saying “guilty”. Also, sometimes he was collaborating: when he was talking with someone to win him to his side, he used to search for mutual beneficial outcome. Finally, the most used style was compromising. You see it clearly when Fonda tried to give some points to the opponent

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    ‘Twelve angry men’ shows that personal experience is the strongest factor influencing human decision-making processes.’ Discuss Twelve angry men by Reginald Rose is an intriguing play that explores the idea of personal experience affecting ones decision. Indeed Rose shows that decision-making is based on personal experiences. This is evident in the play when the 3rd Juror’s personal experience with his own son influences his decision and as a result he votes for guilty, the 9th Jurors old age becomes

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    Twelve Angry Men – Book Report How does your background and peer pressure influence your opinions and decisions? The play we read “twelve angry men” shows how a jury makes such an important decision of either sending the defendant to his death or keeping him alive – the jury determinates the fate of a 16 year old boy. As the title suggests that there are 12 men in the jury who do not know one another, and do not know the defendant, but these jurors have to work as one united group to argue and

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    Positive Leadership and Group Practices             Beyond the example of a cooperative community that was established among the jurors in 12 Angry Men, we can draw from the film examples of how leadership can minimize rivalries, constructively integrate opposing views, and contribute to developing effective coalitions.  The first positive step that Fonda’s character took toward constructively integrating opposing views was his overall approach to the situation.  The opposing views of the jurors

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    12 Angry Men I saw a lot of different peer pressure in the movie 12 Angry Men. Modaff describes how powerful peer pressure can be stating that “by violating team norms or exhibiting elements of dis-identification a team member risks punishment by the team” (p. 245 Modaff) One individual was able to avoid group think. One way this individual was able to get the group to quit this practice of group think was to keep communicating communication also known as “metacommunication” (p. 235 Modaff)

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  • Twelve Angry Men Notes

    Twelve Angry Men by Reginald Rose Structure, Language and Genre Structure • Twelve Angry Men follows a two-act structure, with the action running continuously rather than being broken into scenes. The second acts takes up exactly where the first left off – there is no change in chronology. • With no scene divisions, the progress of the play can be measured by the votes which take place, functioning as a kind of pulse, reminding the audience where the jury’s opinion stands on the defendant’s

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    “12 Angry Men” Movie Analysis Throughout the movie “12 Angry Men”, different examples of influence techniques were portrayed through the various interactions and discussions among the jurors. As in many other cases in our daily lives, in this movie it was fascinating to see how powerful and influential one can be depending on the strategy one decides to implement, one’s attitude towards others, and the perception that others have of oneself. Throughout this analysis, I intend to explain and showcase

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    Corridors of Transition between 12 Angry Men and 12 “I have always found that mercy bears richer fruits than strict justice”. Abraham Lincoln “The virtue of justice consists in moderation, as regulated by wisdom”. Aristotle ”Nobody gets justice. People only get good luck

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    2B 12 Angry Men Evidence Essay There is a lot to debate about murder cases.there is an especially large amount of evidence to debate in the play “12 Angry Men”. The evidence provided for the trial was easily disproven by the jury members thus proving the defendant innocent. The old man’s testimony proved the defendant innocent. He claimed to have heard the boy yell “I’m going to kill you” and then saw the boy running off seconds later. During this time a train was passing

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    Literature Essays • Editing Services • College Application Essays • Writing Help • Q & A • Lesson Plans • Top of Form [pic][pic] Bottom of Form [pic] Home : 12 Angry Men : Study Guide : Quotes and Analysis 12 Angry Men Quotes by Reginald Rose [pic]                  [pic] [pic] • Buy PDF • Buy Paperback Quotes and Analysis 1. JUDGE'S VOICE: ...and that concludes the court's explanation of the legal aspects of this

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    Herrera April 23, 2014 Comm 151 12 Angry Men: Communication Analysis In the film, 12 Angry Men, viewers come across a group of men who display the different communication dynamics – both the positive and negative sides. Chapter 7 encompasses the idea of Group and Team Communication Skills and how one should communicate effectively among others. To help better understand, 12 Angry Men is centered on a jury’s deliberation in a murder case. A group of men are given the job to deliberate the life

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    12 Angry Men depicts the New York murder trial. The premise is the trial of a frightened, teenaged defendant accused of stabbing and killing his father. The judge advises the 12 jurors, that a unanimous decision needs to be made with fair and unbiased manner. If the jury decides unanimously that the boy is guilty he will be sentenced to death. However, if there is a reasonable doubt, the jury needs to reach a ‘not guilty’ decision, and the boy will be freed. A life and death decision needs to be

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    12 Angry Men By pacaf123 | Studymode.com 12 Angry Men Mid Term PROC 5840 Directed by: Sidney Lumet Writing credits: Reginald Rose (story and screenplay)   Table of Contents Table of Contents2 Cast3 Major Case Issues4 Juror #85 Juror #49 Juror #312 References15   Cast 1957 ActorJuror #Character DescriptionOrder of 'not guilty' vote Martin Balsam1/The ForemanThe jury foreman, somewhat preoccupied with his duties; proves to be

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    Good Guys To Kill A Mockingbird and Twelve Angry Men have the similar characters, Atticus and Juror 8. They both are middle-aged men. They are good at talking. They did something unpopular. But as we know Juror 8 didn’t know this boy before. He could just let it go, But he didn’t. Then he won the case. Atticus is a lawyer. It’s his job to fight for people who need help. Although Atticus from To Kill A Mockingbird and Juror 8 from Twelve Angry Men are similar in that they both disagree with most

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    (the agent possesses it, it belongs to the agent) you; then all explanations (attributions or ascriptions) must incorporate/move from the “what and why” to the who, because agency is part of an agent. HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT: 1. Watch Twelve Angry Men (with Henry Fonda) on YouTube. (It’s about a 2 hour movie). 2. Discuss in what way the movie reflects the conventional approach to analyzing action (as in organizational behavior). Use the theories of motivation in Chapter 6 and 7 as a reference

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    Twelve Angry Men – Text Response “Somebody saw the kid stab his father. What more do we need?” Twelve Angry Men explores the value of facts and the fallibility of human memory.” Discuss. Set in the summer of 1957, Reginald Rose’s play, “Twelve Angry Men,” centers around twelve men summoned with the task of deciding a young man’s fate. During the course of the play, Rose expounds the notion that human memory is errable and the malleable nature of facts. He emphasis, through the jurors, the need

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    Similarly, Sidney Lumet’s 1957 film ‘12 Angry Men’ visually portrays a representation of the ‘truth’ by contrasting each conflicting perspective of the jurors with each other on whether the 16 year old boy murdered his father. Extreme prejudices are stated ironically - Juror 10 is prejudiced against anyone coming from a slum ‘the kids who crawl outa those places are real trash…these people are born to lie.’ This is juxtaposed with Juror 8’s comment near the end of the film with “no matter where you

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    Defiance Of course, one of the famous, attractive and effective movies, which illustrate jury trial system in the US, is Twelve Angry Men (1957). American Film Institute revealed that the movie was the second best film in the Court Drama genre (AFL’s 10 Top 10). Exploration of this film, when jury trial does not happen in Islamic Court, deeply influenced the concepts such as the true judgment and justice in my mind as a Muslim. This paper is aimed to discuss and analysis several instances

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    The 12 Angry Men Case Dennis Ojwang Organizational Management 701 February 26, 2015 When this movie was made, no one could have depicted that it would greatly speak of the ever changing dynamics of our world today. Immigration and diversity seem to have plagued the world now more than ever and it is no surprise that the business world has been changed tremendously. When this movie came out in 1957, there wasn’t much diversity as we see it today. Upon watching this movie, various topics covered

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    Jessica Robinson Professor Romano 12 Angry Men When one get subpoenaed for jury duty, they seem to always want a case that is easy to render a verdict and it won’t take all of their time; well people can’t always get what they want. In the film 12 Angry Men, 12 men were chosen to sit on a jury for a murder case. A case that after hearing all of the evidence they assumed it was an open and closed case. A few of the jurors were very excited because they had baseball

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    Jessica Robinson Professor Romano 12 Angry Men When one get subpoenaed for jury duty, they seem to always want a case that is easy to render a verdict and it won’t take all of their time; well people can’t always get what they want. In the film 12 Angry Men, 12 men were chosen to sit on a jury for a murder case. A case that after hearing all of the evidence they assumed it was an open and closed case. A few of the jurors were very excited because they had baseball

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    ‘In Twelve Angry Men compassion and conscience win out over the forces of blind prejudice.’ To what extent is this true? Reginald Rose’s play ‘Twelve Angry Men’ sets in 1957, New York, explores the jury discussions of whether to convict the accused which is unanimous ‘certainty’ of a young boy’s guilt to ‘reasonable doubt’. Initially, the blind prejudice obscures the pathway to the truth. Some Jurors are influenced by the defendant’s social background, race and age which crease the Jurors to

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    GT Intro to films Analysis to film «12 Angry men» The film 12 angry men unique in its minimalism, all the action takes place in a small room, scene built on some conversations and subtle dissection of facts. Although whole film was about deciding whether boy was guilty or not, we could see nature or temper of every character, by how he made his decision about guiltiness of that boy. Representatives of different social classes: a successful businessman, architect, coach of the school football team

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    Twelve Angry Men is about a jury who must decide the fate of an 18 year old boy who allegedly killed his father. The jury must determine a verdict of guilty beyond any reasonable doubt and not guilty. A guilty verdict would mean that the accused would receive the death penalty. After a day of deliberation and many votes, they came up with the verdict of not guilty. I believe they achieved their overall goal of coming up with a verdict they were all able to agree with. It seems there were some

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    CASE STUDY: 12 ANGRY MEN In the grand jury room, the jury takes a vote. Eleven jurors vote guilty, and one juror, juror eight renders a not guilty vote. Jurors three, seven, and twelve criticize him, but juror eight says that he does not know whether the man is guilty or not but that it is not easy for him to send a boy to his death without discussing it

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    Twelve angry men essay ‘Twelve angry men’ shows that personal experience is the strongest factor influencing human decision-making processes.’ Discuss Twelve angry men by Reginald Rose is an intriguing play that explores the idea of personal experience affecting ones decision. Indeed Rose shows that decision-making is based on personal experiences. This is evident in the play when the 3rd Juror’s personal experience with his own son influences his decision and as a result he votes for guilty

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    In the film Twelve Angry Men, I believe justice was served. Without juror number eight, however, the outcome most assuredly would have been different. The subtle force and confidence that he displayed allowed the narrow minds of the other eleven jurors to be broadened. From the beginning of the film, juror number eight displayed his interest in the case, not his personal engagements. His opening part by the window foreshadowed his deep concern for the defendant, an eighteen year-old Hispanic gentleman

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    INTRO: Twelve Angry Men, Reginald Rose’s remarkable 1954 play, portrays the trial of the accused, a 16 year old boy from the slums of New York, who will face death as a result of a guilty verdict. Consequently, twelve jurors attempt coming to a unanimous decision. Although justice is ultimately secured, prejudice is an evident theme in the play. Twelve Angry Men explores personal prejudice in the justice system by revealing how preconception overwhelms the juror’s ability to see reason, by the jurors

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  • 12 Angry Men Assignment

    group in the film as they pertain to the problem the group is working on. In this film, the numerous functional and dysfunctional properties of the 12-jury men play a big role in analysing and evaluating the main purpose at hand, namely identifying the young man guilty or innocent for the murder of his father. The different roles the 12-jury men play in the deliberation of the capital murder case is prominent. Firstly, a role can be defined as a set of expected behaviour patterns attributed to someone

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    12 Angry Men Writing Assignment Final Exam Project Due: ________________________________________ (EDMODO) You will see a lot of psychological phenomena exhibited in the movie 12 Angry Men. Many of these phenomena are listed in the boxes on the next page. Your task for this assignment is to watch the movie, take note of these various psychological phenomena, and then write a cohesive 2-3 page paper discussing these themes. In writing your paper you must pick at least 5 separate incidences from

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  • 12 Angry Men Case

    12 Angry Men is a gripping drama that depicts twelve American jurors confined to a jury room on a hot and humid summer day to decide the guilt or innocence of a defendant in a murder trial.1 Before sending out the twelve jurors to deliberate, the judge reminds them that their verdict must be unanimous and that if they hold “reasonable doubt” as to the guilt of the accused then their verdict must be “not guilty.” If, however, they find the defendant guilty then he will be sentenced to death

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    Juror 3- angry, loud opinionatedJuror 4- opinionated, nervous motion (he tends to pace the room), serious, logicalJuror 5- reasonable, uses his own experiences to make his arguments.Juror 9- would be seen as the mediator, the man who brings harmony to the process. He is older, retired, and he stands up for what he believes in without flinching.Jurors 12 and 7 are the followers of the group. They simply go along with whoever is talking at the moment.Juror 2- calm, shy, quietJuror 10- angry, loud, prejudicedBackgroundThe

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    Twelve angry men essay ‘Twelve angry men’ shows that personal experience is the strongest factor influencing human decision-making processes.’ Discuss Twelve angry men by Reginald Rose is an intriguing play that explores the idea of personal experience affecting ones decision. Indeed Rose shows that decision-making is based on personal experiences. This is evident in the play when the 3rd Juror’s personal experience with his own son influences his decision and as a result he votes for guilty

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    12 Angry Men Analysis In the movie “12 Angry Men” there is a young man on trial for murder. The year is 1957, so the jury consists of all white, middle class to upper class, middle aged and up men. Some of their occupations consist of architect, salesman, broker and a man in advertisement. Which if you know anything about a jury today it is completely different. You have many different people of all race, gender, and social class, within that community, to receive a more fair trial. Also you can’t

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  • 12 Angry Men Dilemma

    A View of 12 Angry Men The movie 12 Angry Men is a snapshot of many of the changes going on in 1950’s- 60’s America. The movie begins by introducing the viewer to a, seemingly, open and shut case about a teenager from the slums murdering his father. It is revealed to us that it is the job of the twelve jurors who have heard the case to deliberate over all the evidence and return a, unanimous verdict to present to the judge. We quickly find out that all of the “evidence,” heard in

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    MOVIE: 12 Angry Men As the jurors initiate the first vote, which was done publicly, it was obvious that conformity took place. In the words of Wikipedia, “Conformity is the process by which an individual's attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors are influenced by what is conceived to be what other people might perceive.” As they took this initial vote you can see how each are looking around to see how the next person is voting so that they can vote with the majority, even though they barely put in

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    Twelve Angry Men This play is about twelve jurors who are to decide the verdict of a 19 year old boy who is accused of killing his father. The jurors go into a room with the foreman to talk about the case and decide on a verdict. The vote has to be unanimous either guilty or not guilty for the case to end. To start the deciding, the jurors decide to take a preliminary vote to see where they stand. After counting the ballots the vote is 11 to 1, guilty. Juror number eight is the one who votes not

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    Twelve Angry Men 12 angry men is a production about a murder trial. A boy that could be looked on as guilty from the word go, is put up to the jury to decide his fait. The boy has a background of violence and crime and has been brought up in a slum. The jury is almost certain of the boys guilt. Every member of the jury votes guilty but ONE and so the jury is forced to sit it out and make a decision. We started off the production by choosing who the director would be. In the director

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    Manuel Paniagua Correa 12 Angry Men The communication process depicted on the movie was certainly effective. The 12 jurors’ decision involved the life of a young man. Even when the communication barriers sometimes froze the process of communication, the persistence of one of the jurors, juror 8, was key in keeping the men involved in the decision process. Juror 8 was unlike the other jurors, he had the ability to keep the men engaged in the discussion that lead to the conclusion of the movie

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