Directed by: John Moore
Starring: Dennis Quaid, Giovanni Ribisi, Hugh Laurie, Miranda Otto, Tyrese, Tyrese Gibson
Genres: Action, Adventure, Drama, Thriller
Question: Why was the camel left with the 2 murdered men?
Answer: It is stated very plainly that the Arabs left the camel behind because it was lame. This was a dramatic device to demonstrate the Arabs' ruthlessness: They murdered two human beings in cold blood, but allowed a lame camel to live. Note that the camel scene appears in the 1965 film, but not at all in the 2004 film.
Answer: It's unknown why they left the camel there.
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Sammi: I thought you weren't religious, Rady?Rady: Spirituality is not religion. Religion divides people. Belief in something unites them.
This film is set in 2004. The thought that no search and rescue operations would be put in place after an aircraft disappeared from radar during a routine flight is absurd. The Chinese are paranoid about intrusion on their territory and the downed aircraft would have been located by a simple satellite search within hours of it crashing. Chinese military satellites crisscross the Gobi and they are equipped with optical cameras, microwave and infrared detectors and radar, so spotting a metal aircraft on the ground would be simple even if it was hundreds of kilometres off course. The crew would have been visited by Chinese military helicopters (and probably arrested!) as soon as the storm had died down.