The aims of this research are to analyse the films directed by Akira Kurosawa in the narrative structure, the patterns of plot and the model of binary oppositions of structuralism; to analyse their contents based on the quest model and the semiotic square, to study the film language regarding point of view, the mise-en scene, the montage, the use of sound effect, and the narrative system in relation to the media, the types of the story and the auteurship. The results of the research finds that the plots reflect social problems. The contents are mostly represented by mise-en scene, motage, sound effect and music. The outstanding element is the mise en scene. The images presented represent the feeling and the emotions of the dramatic personal. Most themes and plots of those Films are not complicating, but straight forwardly presented. The stories the mostly about lower class in social. Their themes tend to inl/olve with some of beliefs, values, and preaches, such as "Rewards for goodness and punishment for badness" "to know your own respon sibilities" There are three main kinds of conflicts found in the plot: conflict between man and man, between man and society, and between man and nature.