The story goes that on April 14, 1912 the Titanic sank in the waters of the Atlantic Ocean and 85 years later the audiovisual producer of James Cameron led this tragedy to become one of the highest grossing and award-winning films in movie history.
But the truth is that beyond the excellent staging that he achieved Cameron The question that has been installed to this day is how much of what we see on the screen corresponds to reality and how much of it is not true.
The basic thing is that an ocean liner stepped on like Titanic it sank and caused the death of thousands of people and it was a specific historical event but beyond this there are iconic scenes that are far from reality. One of them is the love story between Rose and Jack since they did not really exist they were passengers on the boat.
Now, that the protagonists did not exist does not mean that the entire cast was an invention of Cameron. One of the best characters, Margaret ‘Molly’ Brown (Kathy Bates), was a first-class passenger of the Titanicas well as the ship’s architect Thomas Andrews (Victor Garber), cruise line director Bruce Ismay (Jonathan Hyde), and Captain Edward John Smith (Bernard Hill).
Another striking point is that the film includes real shots of the Titanic Although not all are shrimp if I hire a submersible Russian boat to be able to capture some small images of the sunken ship on the North floor of the Atlantic Ocean.
Added to this, another revealing detail is that the string quartet and mole while the ship was sinking a dramatic gesture that not only perfectly portrayed Hollywood Rather, it existed while numerous people were trying to save their lives on the deck of the ship.