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In 1954 Akira Kurosawa released his film Seven Samurai to the public Almost half a decade later I have the privilege to also view this great film This was the first Japanese film that I have ever given the time of day to actual view in its entirety From the beginning to the end I was totally involved with the characters And awesome characters they were with each and everyone of them showing their own personality and opinion throughout the plot The story is placed in 16th Century Japan There is a village of farmers who are going to be under yet another attack by a large group of Bandits Convinced not to go through it all again the villagers send a couple of farmers into town in search of four Samurai that would fight for their lives The topper is the fact that the farmers can only pay with three meals of rice to the brave warriors After winning over the heart of one wise and very smart Samurai they easily recruit five more great Samurai and one wannabe They all travel back to the village where they have to act right away to setup for the defense They setup walls dig waterways and train the local farmers to fight for their ground Just when they start to get restless of waiting the Bandits arrive and are taken down little by little After three days and nights of fighting it all comes to an end with the Farmers victorious Only three Samurais survive in the end and a great lesson is learned Thats the basic flow of the movie There is many side stories on the side such as a goofy Samurai funny old farmers a love story that must be hidden and much more Now in the technical aspect of the film In my opinion the film was pretty much flawless The editing was done wonderfully with fades soft cut
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