Interesting example of a phenomenal director doing their best to elevate a dumb concept
Like most people, I'd always seen it included in highlight packages expounding around the great cinema experiences of all time. Surely, my immature brain assumed, it's in there because they fit an incredible number of extras into frame, and the inherent beauty of filming in the desert, right?
Turns out the film is so much more than that. The first time you watch it, you're really struck by what TE Lawrence was able to accomplish. Unless you're already acquainted with…