Twelve Angry Men - Reginald Rose, David Mamet
Twelve totally dif­fer­ent men are stuck with each other in a small room at a cour­t­house in the mid­dle of sum­mer. They are the twelve jurors in a mur­der case and have to decide if a boy who is charged with mur­der on his father is guilty.

The play is really well writ­ten. The reader gets an idea of how the Amer­i­can sys­tem works and what it means to be a juror. All the twelve men have their own char­ac­ter and that’s why they react on the facts and feel­ings the way they do. The way Rose por­trays these men is very believable.

If you liked this play, do see the movie(s) made upon this play. It is a (they are) great movie(s). If you liked the movie(s), please read this play. You won’t be sorry. I wasn’t.