A groups of farmers in a village suffer from bandits who attack their village. They seek out to hire samurai to defend the village. Innocent villagers led by Rikichi go to the city. After experiencing failure, they finally met veteran samurai (Kanbei Shimada) who is willing to help. With the aid of Kanbei they assembled a group of seven samurai. The villager started to learn how to fight the bandits. During the period of stay, they build friendship between farmer and samurai clan.
The review of this Movie prepared by Brian Rahardi
Long acclaimed a classic of world cinema, "Seven Samurai" relates in epic fashion the seemingly small story of seven rootless warriors hired by a tiny farming village to protect them from raids by a gang of bandits. The characters of the various samurai and the villagers who fear them almost as much as the bandits grate on one another in humorous and dramatic ways; after training, planning, and some skirmishes, the final battle explodes into an apocalypse in master director Akira Kurosawa's hands. This 1954 film inspired the American remake "The Magnificent Seven," and shortly after its release was hacked down to various lengths between 2 and 3 hours and not restored to its original 201-minute version until the 1980s. Try to find a copy of that one; you'll be amazed at how much it absorbs you and how swiftly it flies.
The review of this Movie prepared by David Loftus