Fifth about The Seventh

Seven Samurai

Seven Samurai: as perfect a film as one can be. There’s not one scene of this movie feels out of place; they are there either to advance the (deceptively simple, yet quite powerful) story or flesh out the characters. Each new view allow for new discoveries, new understandings. This is magnificent filmmaking in all levels.

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