Curated by: Clark
Aired Friday, April 10, 2015
This week, the guys talk about David Lean's 1962 epic Lawrence of Arabia. They explore not only the grand visual spectacle that Lean was able to capture and turn into a massive success at a brisk four hours, but the way that Peter O'Toole was able to deliver such a nuanced and dynamic performance that charts T.E. Lawrence's life through a sea of self-doubt from eccentric mapmaker to megalomaniac demi-god over the course of the film, and the implications that the performance has as a statement on the nature of man and destiny. The guys have a great time discussing a virtually unanimous classic and come to find that they might not all feel the same about it. Also, they reveal what their own desert mirages would be and the worst places to find sand after a sandy adventure like ol' Larry's.