Lawrence Of Arabia

Lawrence Of Arabia
Lawrence Of Arabia

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Year

1962

Duration

222 minutes

Genres

Period and Historical

Language

English

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Synopsis

Director David Lean's portrait of British war hero TE Lawrence's life during the Allies' middle eastern campaign of World War One and his failure to re-adapt to life back in England afterwards is one of the screen's most acclaimed epics. The winner of no fewer than seven Oscars (including best picture and best director), amongst the film's many virtues is a star-making turn from Peter O'Toole as the enigmatic Lawrence.

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