As this seems like the only film editing discussion forum on the net, I'm researching the film editing and sound design of the Lawrence of Arabia film
for school and for those who've seen it and greatly admire its editing, by one of cinema history's best editors (Anne Coates), I just wanted to
ask people to share their views on LoA's editing.
Like how does LoA's editing choices manipulate a viewer's emotional response to it's main characters ? How do LoA's editing choices affect one's understanding
of its narrative. How does the film's editing respect the principles of classic continuity editing? When does the editor appear to break these rules and for what
purpose? How does the film's use of sound design and music affect a viewer's perception and appreciation of its story.