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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 30 September 2018
We liked this film though even in 2 parts it was too long. I wish there had been a map to find out where Akaba , Cairo, Damascus, Jerusalem were relative to each other. Just how large were those deserts? It doesn't seem as if some of tribes if Arabs Have yet realised the value of co-operation, otherwise the war in Syria would've been over sooner.

We like Waterloo and Zulu and repeat them quite often but I don't think we are going to repeat Lawrence that often.
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