Directed by David Lean
I remember when my sister first saw this movie in a film analysis class she said it was the most boring movie of all time and it was a constant struggle to stay awake. Naturally, I dreaded it and since my sister are pretty much the same person, I hated it too.
I feel like I have been saying that every movie lately is horribly boring. This makes me seem like I am not easily entertained. I assure you that is not the case; a rubber pencil can keep me entertained fora half hour. However, this is another snorefest but at least that is a popular opinion.
This is the story of T. E. Lawrence's life during World War I. Blah blah blah. I don't know if it was the length or the subject matter but I fell asleep twice during viewing. And if I hadn't been watching the time the entire film, I wouldn't have noticed.
That being said, this is a beautiful movie. You can just see from the above picture how fantastic the colors look in this film.
There, I gave it some praise so I don't completely fail.
No women in the film have speaking roles.
Movement mostly goes from left to right.
Steven Spielberg's favorite film.