By Travis Bean | June 11, 2021

Lawrence of Arabia. Even if most of us haven’t watched this nearly four-hour epic from 1962, we know of its legend. Selected for preservation by the National Film Registry and voted the best British film of all time in the Sunday Telegraph by Britain’s leading filmmakers, David Lean’s masterpiece has long been regarded as one of the most important movies ever made.

For its acting, for its social commentary, for its rich character study—these are all reasons Lawrence of Arabia has been praised for the past 60 years. But when Stefan Lederer watches the film, he’s moved by the vivid colors, the breathtaking landscapes, the otherworldly cinematography.

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