March 25, 2020

EP. 99 — 12 Angry Men

Amy & Paul deliberate over 1957’s Sidney Lumet jury-room drama 12 Angry Men! They ask if all-male juries were ever common, compare Lumet’s version to William Friedkin’s remake, and praise the powerful performances in this ever-relevant film, Plus: Jury consultant Marissa Beyers talk about how jury selection has evolved since the 50s.

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