Henry Fonda gets to wear a white suit, speak the truth, convert a room, and save the world, which is kind of easy, I guess, if you’re Henry Fonda, so as with many of these kinds of things, the unfolding is more important than the end: ‘Twelve Angry Men’ is today’s invitation to consider the advent of doing unto others as you would have them do unto you: if all it takes to destroy a life is to fail to pay any attention, then sometimes all it takes to save one is to pay some.
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