An eternal love, tragic and disaster story.
No matter whatever ‘so-called’ fiction James Cameron has described in the film, when I think about it, it seems real.
The love story is purely a fiction.
There were total 2224 people aboard. 1690 men, 425 women and remaining children.
79% women were saved & 19.75% men were saved.
The life boats were filled in by the ‘women & children first’ protocol.
What does the remaining percentage of men lost in the disaster show? (However, the lifeboat capacities were for 1178 people only, total saved 710 )
Well, I institutively think that there would be some love stories indeed. There would be some love stories among some of the men who sacrificed their lives and let the women take seats in the life boats. There would be husband-wife love stories or the love stories like the Titanic movie itself.
There was a dream-luxurious traveller ship named ‘RMS Titanic’ as shown in the movie.
There were people travelling in the 3rd class like in the movie.
There were billionaires travelling in the 1st class like in the movie.
There was the aged captain who had his last journey before retirement.
There was the glorious grand staircase as shown in the movie.
There was the same joy in mind of people.
There were musicians playing at the time of sinking.
There was the same freezing cold as shown in the movie.
There were those who sacrificed their lives for their loved ones and gave chance to have place in the lifeboats.
Thus, surely, there would have been a few Jacks and Roses on the ‘RMS Titanic’ as shown in the Titanic movie.
Immigration officer: May I take your name, miss?
Rose: Dawson. Rose Dawson.
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