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Imagine yourself in a small and hot jury room You fell out of place and want to get out of this as fast as possible This is juror fives point of view from Twelve Angry Men He is a naive and a very frightened young man In the next few paragraphs you will learn where he grew up what his internal conflict is he was patronized all his life and how he overcomes it You will also learn how his internal conflict represents his verdictJuror five is a man who grew up in the slums He would be a big help to the case if he were to speak up Hes a quiet man who is very serious He presents himself as a very calmly person In the movie you can see that he has a lot on his mind It might be personal or it might be about the case He believes the boy reminds him of himself and defends the kid in a second Juror fives internal conflict is that he was bullied and patronized all his life He is scared for that fact He seems to be tough on the out side but on the inside hes very fragile In the beginning of this story juror five tends to lets things slide Towards the end of the story he begins to feel more comfortable and stands up to his fears and even fights back You can obviously see a change of personality Hes a type of man who isnt looking for trouble or a fight but if it comes his way hes the first to get into itJuror five overcame his internal conflict by being strong and facing his fears As I said before Towards the end of the story juror five spoke up and defended the kid as if it were himself he were defending To be honest I really dont know why he suddenly decided to overlook his problems
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