12 Angry Men (1957)
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- 11 Jurors vote immediately to convict a man of murder based on their racial/social prejudices until Henry Fonda convinces them to look again. Juror #10: "Look, these people are lushing it up and fighting all the time, and if somebody gets killed, so somebody gets killed! They don't care. Oh sure, there are some good things about 'em too. I'm the first one to say it. I've known a couple who were okay, but that's the exception..."
- Confrontation with Evil
- Henry Fonda stands up to the prejudices of the other 11 men in the jury, eventually winning them over.