The sticky heat of summer has long been a compelling backdrop, and metaphor, for intense relationships and predicaments in storytelling.
The heat in A Time to Kill adds layer after layer of sweaty tension.
The heat represents the pressure put on the jurors who must decide the young man’s fate.
A group of 12 jurors must deliberate the conviction or acquittal of an 18-year-old defendant charged with murder.
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