Lawrence and Feisal go to argue for Arab independence at the 1919 Paris Peace Conference.
“A Dangerous Man: Lawrence After Arabia” is a 1992 made-for-television film that tells the story of T.E. Lawrence’s life after his involvement in the Arab Revolt during World War I. The film stars Ralph Fiennes as Lawrence and Alexander Siddig as Prince Feisal.
The plot of the film revolves around Lawrence’s struggle to adapt to life after the war, as he struggles with post-traumatic stress disorder and feelings of disillusionment. Lawrence is approached by a journalist named Lowell Thomas, who wants to write a book about his experiences during the war. Lawrence is initially reluctant to cooperate, but eventually agrees to help Thomas with the book.
The film also explores Lawrence’s relationships with various women, including his former lover, the American journalist and writer Lowell Thomas, and his new love interest, a young artist named Josephine Peabody. The film portrays Lawrence as a complex and conflicted character, struggling to come to terms with his experiences during the war and his own identity.
Overall, “A Dangerous Man: Lawrence After Arabia” is a thoughtful and well-acted exploration of the life of one of the most fascinating and enigmatic figures of the 20th century.