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Submitted by Leon Thomas 1150d ago | video

The Seven Hundred Samurai

One director's samurai spawned a great number of imitations. How did this happen, and why? (Akira Kurosawa, Cinema)

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EyesAblaze  +   1149d ago
Sequel to 300. 700
5eriously  +   1149d ago
Interesting, just goes to show that anything new mostly was inspired by something experienced in the past, this fact is also very prominent in gaming.

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