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Arabia 3D (2011)

Not Rated | | Documentary | 28 November 2011 (UK)
Discover a land as exotic as it is extraordinary. Arabia 3D offers an in-depth understanding of one of the most fascinating lifestyles and cultures. Cross the dunes with a caravan of camels... See full summary »

Director:

Greg MacGillivray

Writer:

Jack Stephens
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Credited cast:
Hamzah Jamjoom ... Himself - Host
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Reem AlHabib Reem AlHabib ... Herself - Bride (as Reem Habib)
Ahmad Zaki Hammad Ahmad Zaki Hammad ... Arabic translation
Robert Lacey Robert Lacey ... Author / historian
Helen Mirren ... Narrator
Hussain M. Najjar Hussain M. Najjar ... Arabic narration
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Discover a land as exotic as it is extraordinary. Arabia 3D offers an in-depth understanding of one of the most fascinating lifestyles and cultures. Cross the dunes with a caravan of camels, dive in the treasure-filled Red Sea, explore the ruins of a lost city, and relive the golden age of Islamic inventions. A precious land imprinted with myths and mysteries. Written by Anonymous

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Documentary

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

28 November 2011 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Arábia 3D See more »

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Saudi infomercial
27 April 2016 | by SnoopyStyleSee all my reviews

This starts with a pretty interesting underwater scene but this is not really a nature film. It tries to cover the history of the Arabian peninsula from its creation to the modern world. It uses the device of a main character who is filming his native country with his hand-held camera. It goes bad right from the moment of showing happy smiling kids to create a Disney version of the kingdom. I love travelogues but this one is dictated by the Royal family and it feels very fake. Then it just keep going with fake sets and actors. There is also animation that is reminiscent of a kids educational video. That's what this is. It show the history of the region in the most plain vanilla way. There is no denying the beauty of the vast landscapes and the rolling cityscapes. The Hajj and the humanity around the Ka'aba can be awe-inspiring. For real in-depth information, I would suggest going elsewhere.


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