From National Geographic Special: James Cameron Admits A Titanic Error He Made At The End Of The Film
This year is the 25th anniversary of Titanic, a film that impacted the world thanks to its visual effects, as well as history that moved the fans of romance in cinemas. However, there is an unknown of which the followers always had doubt, and that was the end that was somewhat illogical with the death of Jack's character. Through a study conducted in the special Titanic: 25 Years Later with James Cameron, where experiments were carried out on the protagonist could have survived until the arrival of lifeboats.
And before this, the director of the film commented that perhaps they exaggerated him a little, to the point of saying that he would surely have lived.
First view: @Natgeo Special Titanic: 25 years later with James Cameron will the debate settled once and for all: would Jack have survived? This is what confessed in this special: It is stable. A point comes where if we project that, I could have endured until the lifeboat arrived. Jack could have lived, but there are many variables.
I think her thinking process was: I'm not going to do anything to put her in danger, and that's 100 percent of her character. The special opens on February 5 in National Geographic Channel. For its part, the film's re-spell in 3D cinemas will also arrive. Via: Twitter Editor's note: Many for years had the theory that Jack could not have died, but perhaps it was a poetic death in the style of Romeo and Julieta. Anyway, many still have that outcome in their most beloved memories.