American and Arabic films are fundamentally different as espoused in Lina Khatib’s article. In movies containing American and Arabic characters, American characters appear superior to their Arabic counterparts in the manner in which they are presented. This is clearly evident in the movie Lawrence of Arabia. Lina Khatib’s categorically states that the outdoors scenes are masculine especially on the scenes from the desert and the harsh terrain which is more masculine (Khatib 24). The film scenes in Lawrence of Arabia are mostly shot in a harsh desert environment. A point to note though is that the Arabs feature consistently in the harsh environment while the British soldiers are in plush and magnificent buildings built in British architectural designs ironically in the Arab world.
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