Seven Samurai

Seven Samurai
Seven Samurai

Year

1954

Duration

170 minutes

Genres

Period and Historical

Language

Japanese (English subtitles)

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This Japanese epic, following the adventures of a band of samurai, or warriors, is one of cinema's most influential films, paving the way for many later action movies. The seven are a varied bunch, united by their devotion to their duty as samurai. Engaged to help defend a village from local bandits, their only fee is a meal each day. Eventually, there must be a confrontation - and the results are some of the most thrilling and strangely beautiful fight scenes ever filmed.

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