1920 X 1080p resolution also converted directly from bluray disc at 4400k video bitrate and 192k each of English French and Spanish audio tracks. We will soon be posting an English Italian German version in addition. (Discs on the way to us now).
This is a great movie from 1957 nominated for no less than three Academy Awards back then.
Henry Fonda stars as a Juror who seeks to sway an otherwise unanimous jury in a case involving capital punishment.
In the end this movie shows the power of a mans ability to convince others of his views, to the extent of having a life and death matter decided.
Was he right? Did he use too many feigns to cause doubt when the case case already clear in fact?
He may have let a guilty man walk in which case he may have risked the lives of others in the future as the suspect was said to have a troubled past.
Or perhaps he connected to the spirit of a young fella that we all seem to be convinced from the backgound circumstances we are made aware of that he is of no good use to society on the whole in regards to what his actions are described to be and the past that may have contributed to a malformed personality with respect to maeritiously contributing to society on the whole at some point in his future even. This may be why he took on the case to get him acquitted when all seemed already clear that the young fella was guilty.
See the movie and ask yourself if a man like the character played by Henry Fonda could have convinced you to change your vote in the case and whether you find his arguments convincing in a substantial and meaningful manner
Kindly seed this great movie - with thanks!
Michael Rizzo Chessman (moviesbyrizzo)
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