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Lawrence Of Arabia

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Lawrence is a seasoned and experienced British lieutenant who has great knowledge of the approaches of the original nomadic tribes. Lawrence is sent on a mission to the Arabian Peninsula to meet Prince Faisal to establish a link between the Arabs and the British in order to fight against the armies of the Turks. After heading to that mission, Lawrence helped Sharif Ali resist the orders of his superior and hit him on a journey through the harsh desert to attack a strong Turkish port and possibly be under strong Turkish escort.
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Lean and photographer Fred A. Young have combined their artistic talents in an evocation of the Arabian desert that makes it both terrifying and deeply moving in its lonely grandeur.
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You'll need to dedicate half a day to it - but this deserves to be seen again on the big screen.
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The passage of time has only proved how difficult it is to run ideas, history, characterisation and landscape in harness on this sort of scale.
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