- For Teachers
I) The film Last Samurai takes place in Japan in the mid-1870s
and is based on the life of Saigo Takamori, a samurai. (II) This
samurai lived during the period of transition in which the
country's ancient feudai culture, symbolized by samurai
warriors, was being rapidly replaced by western ways. (III)
Production of the film began at the 1000-year-oid Engyoji temple
in Hirneji near Tokyo. (IV) Throughout the film, the producers
tried to be true to the elegant simplicity of Japanese architecture.
(V) The rest of the film was made in New Zeaiand, where they
built a replica of a 17th century samurai village, and in Callfornia
A)l B)II C)III D)IV E)V
Which is out of the paragraph?
I think B
E at first glance.
You have to have good eyes here. I meant D.A)l B)II C)III D)IV E)V
Last edited by svartnik; 28-Oct-2009 at 13:34.
Why would the producers try to be true to the elegant simplicity of Japanese architecture in New Zealand, where part of the film was shot? E is no go to me.
Sorry, it is not E; it is D.