Set in the Middle East of the 1930s, French director Jean-Jacques Annaud's sweeping drama finds warring tribal leaders Emir Nesib (Antonio Banderas) and Sultan Amar (Mark Strong) establishing a neutral zone between their territories after years of conflict are settled with Nesib's victory. Hostilities threaten to erupt once more 15 years later, when an American company arrives to exploit oil found in that "no man's land." With Freida Pinto, Liya Kebede. AKA: "Black Gold." 130 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital 5.1; Subtitles: English (SDH), Spanish; "making of" documentary; featurette; storyboard comparison.