Akira Kurosawa wrote the movie alone in 1954.
In 1954, Akira Kurosawa co-wrote, edited, and directed an epic film called Seven Samurai.
In which period of Japan does the movie take place?
The story takes place in the Sengoku period of Japan, during 1586.
The bandit chief wanted to attack the village during the harvest season.
The bandit chief decides to wait until after the harvest before raiding a mountain village in 1586.
Gisaku suggested that the village should hire a samurai to protect the village.
Gisaku, the miller and elder of the settlement, suggests hiring samurai to protect the villagers after hearing this news.
Katsushiro agreed to help at ease.
A young samurai named Katsushiro requests Kambei's assistance, and he agrees reluctantly.
How many samurais did the farmers hire?
The story follows a group of desperate farmers who hire seven samurai masterless guards to fight bandits who want to steal their crops after harvest.
How did the samurai find the villagers?
Upon arrival, the samurai find the villagers cowering in their homes, refusing to greet them.
Katsushiro became intimate with Shino, who is a boy.
Katsushiro becomes intimate with Shino, a farmer's daughter whose father disguised her as a boy.
The samurai and farmers trusted each other.
Eventually, the samurai and farmers learn to trust each other.
What criteria did Gisaku advise the farmers to look for in the samurai they hire?
Gisaku advises them to find hungry samurai to offer them food.