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James Cameron's version of Titanic

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James Cameron's version of Titanic by Herminne Tonita -

James Cameron's version of "Titanic" can be considered one of the best films of the late 20th century. The film represents a perfect combination between the past and present-day technology. Thus, deep-sea explorer Brock Lovett reaches the most famous shipwreck of all- the Titanic. Emerging with a safe believed to contain a diamond called the "heart of the ocean" he discovers the safe does not hold the diamond, but a drawing of a beautiful woman wearing it. When Brock is interviewed on TV he shows the drawing to the cameras and a hundred-year old woman named Rose Calvert, living in Michigan recognizes the woman in the drawing-herself. She decides to tell the story of the Titanic.

Rose de Witt Bukater is engaged to Caledon Hockley and they are traveling on the Tita nic. Also onboard are Jack Dawson, a twenty-year old artist from Wisconsin and his friend Fabrizio, who had won the tickets after a lucky poker game. Rose attempts suicide by jumping off the stern in the third class but Jack pulls her back onto the ship and a bond is forged between them as Jack is invited by her into the first class the following day.

Rose's mother and Cal try desperate measures to keep them apart but their love is stronger than the differences between their social status, the prejudices and the conventions of the time. But their love story ends tragically as the Titanic sinks. Jack does everything so that Rose can live and he makes her promise she will live for both of them. Jack dies and Rose lies about her name so that she isn't found by her family. She gets married and she has children, but she never forgets about Jack.

She throws the diamond into the ocean, leaving it with the Titanic. The film ends with the old Rose lying in her bed, waiting for the moment when she meets Jack again, in Paradise.

It is said that a love which is stronger than life itself conquers time, people and minds. The film really managed to present another perspective of the tragic event that marked the history of the world and made all of us realize what important part love plays in our lives, even though there are moments when maybe we are not aware of its force.
James Cameron's version of Titanic written by Herminne Tonita for FamousWhy.com
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Tags: james cameron, titanic, best film, shipwreck, rose de witt bukater

Category: Entertainment  - ( Entertainment Archive)

Date Added: 01 June '07

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