It is open to interpretation, however i feel that it has little importance. It is just a ploy by the author to generate side conversation to add to the story and detract from the focus of the story. It could also be interpreted as a comparison of the tension felt within the room and the warmth resonating from outside, or maybe a longing to go outside by some of the characters is shown by this heat such as the man with the tickets wishing to leave to get off to where he needs to be. Its up to you, there is no way to be wrong in an interpretation so just go with whatever you think it is, or use one of the interpretations i provided.
Juror Eight is the protagonist in Twelve Angry Men.
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Lumet, S., & Rose, R. (1957). Twelve angry men. Los Angeles: Orion-Nova Twelve Angry Men.
The law is accurate in the movie Twelve Angry Men as it relates to finding a Defendant "Guilty beyond reasonable doubt."
The Fonda's. Henry in Twelve Angry Men", Jane in "Klute" and Peter in "Easy Rider".
The climax of 12 Angry Men is when Juror 3 says 'not guilty'
There are no female actors listed in the IMDB listing for 12 Angry Men.
yes he is.
A teenager was charged with murder.
This and that
He was at the movies.
The most important strength portrayed by the jury in Twelve Angry Men was 'determination' regardless of any justifiable (or unjustifiable) logic each individual attached to the term.The group was determined to complete the deliberations as directed by the Judge in the case.
from twelve angry men justice and fairness will prevail if there is one just man who believes in them
Twelve Angry Men was first remade in 1957 as the famous movie.It was originally a teleplay in 1954.It was also remade in 1997, 2004, and 2006.
It refers to 12 jurors.
He wanted attention.