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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 19 March 2016
Fascinating study of a complex man. Brilliant photography. The interaction of the white upper class Lawrence with the Arabic tribal leaders in the WW2 battles on the Arabian peninsula is well done. Lawrence, always a bit of a misfit, tries to integrate himself into their culture, to understand them and lead them into unity; but he can't in the end deny his 'Englishness'. However, he doesn't fit with the English class system in the army either. He achieves much, but in the end is disillusioned. Great introduction of Omar Sharif.
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