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Rating:PG-13 (for violent images, disturbing content, thematic material, brief sexual and drug references, and smoking)
Genre:Drama, Suspense/Thriller
Release Date:March 4, 2009
Running time:159 minutes
Cast:Sergei Makovetsky, Sergei Garmash, Aleksei Petrenko, Yuri Stoyanov, Sergei Gazarov
Director:Nikita Mikhalkov
Writer:Nikita Mikhalkov, Vladimir Moiseyenko
Distributor:Sony Pictures Classics

Description: This is the story of 12 jurors discussing a verdict to pass on an 18-year-old Chechen boy--whether he is guilty of the first-degree murder of his step-father, an officer of the Russian army. The film thinks aloud about today's life, about the need to hear the next of kin and help that person before its too late. The action of the picture unveils in one room--a gym adjusted for jury deliberations.

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