Jack may have been king of the world, but innumerable “Titanic” love will never forgive Rose or the film’s staff members and crew for letting Jack die in the middle of the freezing-cold water.
When ” Titanic” thumped theaters in December 1997 , no one knew how much the film’s pointing would spark these debates. The incident in question is the moment when Rose moves on the wooden opening, as she leaves Jack to drown in the frigid irrigates. It was a cinematic time that left many parties in incredulity that such a large opening could only endure the weight of one of them.
Now nearly 20 years later, the dispute continues as beings are still supposing that there was enough room on the make-shift raft for both members of the glad duet to survive. But when the film’s chairman was asked to weigh in on the years-old query, his answer wasn’t exactly what others were hoping for.
Unsatisfied with the lack of scientific attest is in favour of film’s decision to let Jack die in the middle of the high seas, a group of teenage girlfriends from Australia are doing the Lord’s work by proving both Jack and Rose could have floated away to their much-deserved happily ever after.
The research revealed that had the couple taken off their lifejackets and placed them under the door for added support, they could have both made it out alive. The girls’ research even helped the teens receive the top spot for the Year 10 section of the National Maths Talent Quest.
When expected” Why doesn’t Rose make room for Jack on the door ,” Cameron responded with a rightfully anti-climactic rebuttal. He told the reporter,” And the answer is very simple because it says on sheet 147[ of the script] that Jack dies. Very simple-minded …”
Cameron then went on to say how “silly” it is that followers of the cinema are still asking the same question 20 times after the film’s release.
Well damn. That was a lot less climactic than I would’ve expected. Are you still salty about Jack’s death? Because I know I am.
Via Viral Nova