After observing a six-day homicide trial, twelve jurors find themselves in a jury room. Their task is to make the unanimous decision that the 19-year-old defendant is guilty or not guilty. When the foreman takes the first vote, everyone votes guilty, except for one lone juror. What follows is a debate over the meaning of “reasonable doubt” as each juror confronts his/her own biases and prejudice. They must determine the danger that this boy might present to society if he is indeed guilty. But they must also question what their own guilt will be if they convict someone who is innocent.
Thurs, Nov 8th 9:30 am (school day shows)
Fri, Nov 9th 7:00 pm
Sat, Nov 10th 2:00 pm & 6:00 pm
Sun, Nov 11th 3:00 pm