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Titanic, the true love



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De ondergang van de Titanic is een van de meest besproken rampen aller tijden. De film van James Cameron is niet een echte rampenfilm, maar meer een prachtige "love-story".





Het verhaal begint met de onderzoeker Brock Lovett, die bij het zoeken van voorwerpen aan boord van het schip een tekening van een jonge vrouw vindt.
Ze heeft de ramp overleeft en vertelt haar verhaal.


LOVETT: Are you ready to go back to Titanic?
 OLD ROSE: It's been 84 years and I can still smell the fresh
 paint...the china had never been used...Titanic was called
'The Ship of Dreams' and it was...it really was...
  


Jack Dawson, een arme amerikaan, heeft een kaartje naar de Titanic gewonnen. Rose zit ook aan boord met haar verloofde, Carl Hock, en haar moeder, Ruth.

Titanic?
 ISMAY: She is the largest moving object ever made by the hand of
 man in all history.
 RUTH: So this is the ship that they say is unsinkable?
CAL: It is unsinkable!
 MR. ANDREWS: Imagine a steamer so grand in scale and so
 luxurious in its appointments that a supremacy would never be
 challenged.
 JACK: We're going to America!



In wanhoop wil Rose overboord springen, maar Jack, die Rose de hele reis al in de gaten houdt, redt haar wel.

JACK: Rose your the most amazingly, astounding, wonderful
girl-women I have ever know. I am not an idiot. I know how the
world works. But I am too involved now, you jump, I jump,
remember.




Rose danst na een deftig diner met Jack en wordt verliefd op hem.

JACK: They've got you trapped and if you don't break free you're
gonna die.
ROSE: It's not up to you to save me Jack.



Rose beleeft het meest erotische moment van haar leven wanneer Jack een tekening van haar maakt.

ROSE: Jack, I want you to draw me like your French girls.
Wearing this. (she smiles at him)
JACK: All right.
ROSE: Wearing only this. (He looks up at her, surprised...)



Rose , Jack & love

Love can touch us one time and last for a lifetime.
And never let go till we're gone.
Love was when I loved you, one true time I hold to.

ROSE: You have a gift, Jack, you see people
JACK: I see you...




Het water stroomt het schip in van alle kanten en iedereen wil een plek in een van de reddingsboten.

JACK: Go on. I'll get the next one.
ROSE: No. Not without you!
JACK: I will be all right, listen, I will be fine, I am a
survivor, all right. Donít worry about me. Now go on, get on!
ROSE: The water is freezing and there aren't enough boats. Half
the people on this ship are going to die.



De romp van de Titanic wordt uit elkaar gerukt en Rose en Jack moten in de ijskoude zee springen.

ROSE: You jump I jump, right? Jack, this is where we first met!
JACK: Come on!
JACK: Moment of truth.
JACK: Somebody's life's about to change.

            (Ship's final sinking)
 ROSE: Oh God!
 JACK: This is it! Hold on!
 ROSE: Jack. This is where we first met.
 JACK: Hold on to the railing. Hold on, hold on. Keep your eyes
 closed. Do you trust me?
 ROSE: I trust you.
              


In het ijskoude water eindigt hun verhaal.

(sound of water)
JACK: You must promise me that you wonít give up, no matter what
happens...promise me now Rose
ROSE: I promise.
JACK: And never let go of that promise.
ROSE: I will never let go, Jack. I'll never let go.
ROSE: It's getting quiet...
JACK: Don't you do that!
ROSE: I love you, Jack...
JACK: Don't you say your goodbyes, not yet, do yoU understand me? ROSE: I'm so cold...
JACK: You're gonna die an old, old lady, warm in her bed, not here...not this night!
JACK: Winning that ticket, Rose, was the best thing that ever
happened to me...it brought me to you and I'm thankful for that,
Rose...you must do me this honor...you must promise me that
 you'll survive...
ROSE: I'll never let go, Jack...I'll never let go....



Leonardo DiCaprio

Kate Winslet


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