12 Angry Men
Reginald Rose’s Twelve Angry Men, a courtroom drama where a jury of twelve men is locked away to determine the fate of a young man accused of murdering his father. In this production, the unseen defendant was a black American youth and the focus was shifted to racial prejudice. Included contemporary video and music.
This intense courtroom drama was first produced for television in 1954. The 1957 film gained critical acclaim and is now considered a classic. A jury of twelve men are locked in a room and deliberate the guilt or innocence of a young boy accused of murdering his father. As the men struggle to reach a unanimous decision, the psychological motivations of each man are revealed.
Set in present day New York City, the multicultural cast includes actors from Argentina, England, France, India, Italy, Nepal, Puerto Rico, Russia, Switzerland, Thailand, and The United States.
Cast: Pope Bustos, Peace Pitchayut, Ross James Cain, Jason Archilla, Samuele Zanni, Nawin Smith, Alok Tiwara, Vineet Kumar, Ben Weldon, Michael Vega Johnson, Sumit Quatam, and Phil Blaze.
Lighting & Scenic Design: Narakin Khamvilas
Video & Sound Design: Saratsanan Sasitvirarom
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