Titanic - Movie Synopsis & Plot
In 1912, the Titanic, the world's most luxurious passenger ship, set out across the Atlantic for New York City. It would never see it's destination.
1500 people were on the ship, some first class, others restrained to the lower decks where windows were limited. Either way, the passengers on board the Titanic held high hopes, not because it was deemed "the unsinkable ship" but because they were leaving their past behind them and preparing for a new life in America.
To Jack, a homeless artist, winning two tickets on the luxery liner was the best thing that ever happened to him. His life, as well as everyone else on the ship, would be changed forever. Even before he discovered the fate of the Titanic did he know what his destiny was; he met Rose.
Rose was a troubled young woman living in a rich society, engaged to a millionaire that her mother had sought out. She was living in a fantasy, a fantasy that she didn't want, and she was looking for a way out.
Jack heroically saved Rose's life and was immediately thrust into her world though no one knew he fit in. He was the only one that could see the anguish that Rose was in... He was the only one who could get her out of it.
Their love affair would be cut short. Nighttime was a dangerous time for ships in that time period, manually having to look for obstructions in the ocean. Titanic's crew saw the iceberg too late and they struck it, the side of their hull ripping to shreds. The unsinkable ship was going to sink and more than half of the people on board were going to die.
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