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The aspect offers an excellent lesson that an individual’s fear over particular things in them or their fear over change may project onto other things that may result to the development of very ugly social situations. The aspect helped me to understand that a healthy social life is solely dependent on my readiness to accept change so as to accommodate other people with their social aspects. Fear of change, however, only results to adverse social implications (Grainge 45).
The twelve angry men film involves an eighteen year old Hispanic boy whose origin was in a slum on a trial. He was facing allegations of having stabbed his father to death. The twelve jurors happen to be the film’s protagonist. They were involved into a very long discussion in trying to make a verdict whether the boy was guilty or not with jurors shifting from one stand to another depending on rising facts as the discussion continued. Finally, all the jurors except the juror three came to a consensus that the boy was not guilty (Rose 45).
After the juror three had given many arguments, he ended up making a remark that rotten kids they should work their life. The remark revealed that he had a poor relationship with his son, and that was his main reason for him pushing for the boy to be regarded as guilty. The aspect also creates an impression of how fear of change and lack of understanding may cause adverse social implications. However, he finally lost his temper and broke down to cry and changed his vote to not guilty (Rose 87).
In the movie the smoke signals, the movie’s protagonists Thomas and victor are revealed to have been brought up by victor’s father, Arnold. Thomas being rescued by Arnold from a fire that killed his parents considered victor’s father as a hero while Thomas endures his father’s domestic violence, child abandonment and alcoholism. He, therefore, regards his father bitter resentment
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