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There should be a law against this much laughter
Modeled after the stage and screen production Twelve Angry Men, One Angry Man is the court-room dram-edy starring Jackie Mason as himself.
Weeks before the premiere of his latest Broadway show, Jackie has been called to jury duty. Just like everyone else, he is reluctant to serve; naturally, he employs the talents of his lawyer, Raoul Felder, to help relieve him of his civic duty. During the selection process, Jackie is questioned by the prosecution and the defense. Jackie is so offended by the defense's questions, he talks his way right onto the jury. The jury is set: people from all walks of life: the Arabic foreman, an Italian sleaze-ball, a gay gossip columnist, a transvestite, a country music singer, a 9/11 rescue worker, a self-hating Jew, a psychologist, a feminist, a model, a teacher, and of course, Jackie Mason.
On trial for murdering a decorated police veteran is Yusef (Justin P. Nardecchia), an Arabic teenager. The judge (Mark Levin) instructs the jury not to hurry their decision and also not to be harassed by Jackie. The jury is ushered into the their deliberating room by Bailiff (Dick Capti) where they begin their process.
Inside the jury room Jackie creates utter chaos and takes it upon himself to convince the otherwise 'not guilty' leaning jury that Yusef is guilty. The characters share stories with one another about their lives and experiences, tempers flare, emotions run rampant, and Jackie realizes he may have made a mistake. Jackie, being soft-hearted as he is, takes responsibility and tries re-convincing everyone that Yusef is innocent. In the end Jackie is proud to have completed his civic duty and is well and ready to open his newest Broadway show.
|Skådespelare:||Jackie Mason, Mike Gallagher|
|Bild:||Widescreen 16:9 Anamorfisk|
|Ljud:||Engelska DD Stereo|
Upplagd i sortimentet: 1 Oktober, 2011