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 Written by
James Cameron Screenplay

 Directed by
James Cameron

84 years later, a 101-year-old woman named Rose DeWitt Bukater tells the story to her granddaughter Lizzy Calvert, Brock Lovett, Lewis Bodine, Bobby Buell and Anatoly Mikailavich on the Keldysh about her life set in April 10th 1912, on a ship called Titanic when young Rose boards the departing ship with the upper-class passengers and her mother, Ruth DeWitt Bukater, and her fiancé, Caledon Hockley. Meanwhile, a drifter and artist named Jack Dawson and his best friend Fabrizio De Rossi win third-class tickets to the ship in a game. And she explains the whole story from departure until the death of Titanic on its first and last voyage April 15th, 1912 at 2:20 in the morning.

 Release Date
November 18, 1997

194 minutes


Kate Winslet Rose DeWitt Bukater
Leonardo DiCaprio Jack Dawson
Billy Zane Caledon 'Cal' Hockley
Kathy Bates Molly Brown
Frances Fisher Ruth Dewitt Bukater
Gloria Stuart Old Rose
Bill Paxton Brock Lovett
Bernard Hill Captain Edward James Smith
David Warner Spicer Lovejoy
Victor Garber Thomas Andrews
Jonathan Hyde Bruce Ismay
Suzy Amis Lizzy Calvert
Lewis Abernathy Lewis Bodine
Nicholas Cascone Bobby Buell
Danny Nucci Fabrizio
Jason Barry Tommy Ryan
Lew Palter Isidor Straus
Eric Braeden John Jacob Astor IV
Bernard Fox Col. Archibald Gracie
Ewan Stewart 1st Officer Murdoch
Ioan Gruffudd Fifth Officer Lowe
Jonny Phillips 2nd Officer Lightoller
Edward Fletcher 6th Officer Moody
Scott G. Anderson Frederick Fleet
Martin East Reginald Lee
Gregory Cooke Jack Phillips
Alexandrea Owens Cora Cartmell
Seth Adkins Slovakian 3 Year Old Boy
Michael Ensign Benjamin Guggenheim
Anatoly M. Sagalevitch Anatoly Milkailavich
Martin Hub Slovakian Father
Mark Lindsay Chapman Chief Officer Wilde
Richard Graham Quartermaster Rowe
Paul Brightwell Quartermaster Hichens
Ron Donachie Master at Arms
Charlotte Chatton Madeleine Astor
Fannie Brett Madame Aubert
Jenette Goldstein Irish Mommy
Camilla Overbye Roos Helga Dahl
Linda Kerns 3rd Class Woman
Amy Gaipa Trudy Bolt
Martin Jarvis Sir Duff Gordon
Rosalind Ayres Lady Duff Gordon
Rochelle Rose Countess of Rothes
Jonathan Evans-Jones Wallace Hartley
Brian Walsh Irish Man
Rocky Taylor Bert Cartmell
Craig Kelly Harold Bride
Liam Tuohy Chief Baker Joughin
Simon Crane 4th Officer Boxhall
James Lancaster Father Byles
Elsa Raven Ida Strauss
Reece P. Thompson III Irish Little Boy
Laramie Landis Irish Little Girl
Mark Rafael Truitt Yaley
John Walcutt 1st Class Husband
Terry Forrestal Chief Engineer Bell
Derek Lea Leading Stoker Barrett
Richard Ashton Carpenter John Hutchinson
Sean Nepita Elevator Operator
Brendan Connolly Scotland Road Steward
David Cronnelly Crewman
Garth Wilton 1st Class Waiter
Richard Fox Steward #1
Nick Meaney Steward #2
Kevin Owers Steward #3
Mark Capri Steward #4
Marc Cass Hold Steward #1
Paul Herbert Hold Steward #2
Emmett James 1st Class Steward
Chris Byrne Stairwell Steward
Oliver Page Steward Barnes
James Garrett Porter
Erik Holland Porter
Erik Holland Olaf Dahl
Jari Kinnunen Bjorn Gunderson
Anders Falk Olaus Gunderson
Barry Dennen Praying Man
Vern Urich Man in Water
Rebecca Klingler Mother at Stern
Tricia O'Neil Woman
Kathleen S. Dunn Woman in Water
Romeo Francis Syrian Man
Mandana Marino Syrian Woman
Van Ling Chinese Man
Bjørn Olsen Olaf
Dan Pettersson Sven
Shay Duffin Pubkeeper
Greg Ellis Carpathia Steward
Diana Morgan News Reporter
Kris Andersson Dancer
Bobbie Bates Dancer
Aaron James Cash Dancer
Anne Fletcher Dancer
Edmond Alan Forsyth Dancer
Andie Hicks Dancer
Scott Hislop Dancer
Stan Mazin Dancer
Lisa Ratzin Dancer
Julene Renee Dancer
Brian Baines Noble Sailor
Ellie Bensinger Tea Room Girl
Alexandra Boyd 1st Class Woman
Mike Butters Musician / Baker
James Cameron Steerage Dancer
Bruno Campolo 1st Class Man
Chris Cragnotti Victor Giglio
Kevyn Currie Titanic Crewmember
Kevin De La Noy 3rd Officer Pitman
Thomas Fiss Douglas Spedden
Griffin Howell 1st Class Passenger / Praying Man
Sean Howse The Promenade Steward
Tony Kenny Deckhand
Bret Aaron Knower Passenger
George Kosty III Waiter
George Kosty Jr. 2nd Class Passenger
Geoffrey C. Kosty Seaman
Gregory Charles Kosty Seaman
Sean Lawlor Leading Stroker Charles Hendrickson
John Leonhardt 2nd Class Passenger
Miguel A. Lomelin Rich Man
Don Lynch Frederick Spedden
Johnny Martin Rescue Boat Crewman
Ryan McClurkin 2nd Class Passenger / Engine Room Crewman
Meghan McLeod First Class Passenger
Mike O'Neal Engine Room Crewman
Julian Oros Engineering Officer
Phil Parlapiano Button Accordionist
Judy Prestininzi Praying Woman
Steven Quale Engine Room Crewman
Olivia Rosewood Mary Marvin
John Slade Ohio Man
Stephen Wolfe Smith 1st Class Dining Room Steward
R. Gern Trowbridge Drowning Man
Francisco Váldez Man Being Combed for Lice
Lucie Zolcerova Kissing Couple

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A hopeless romantic review
By Jack Anderson on March 25, 2018

The story of the film is quite simple. This makes for a classical fable of our times.

There are precisely four main characters in this film. Rose Dewitt Bukater and Jack Dawson, of course. But who are the other two, you ask? The other two are: the Titanic itself (herself) and the music. Let me go through those.

Kate Winslet was simply the perfect choice for the role of Rose Dewitt Bukater. She beautifully plays this character with both the wild attitude inside a serious and somehow depressed temper.
It is not a coincidence if Kate Winslet had a great career after that film.

Leonardo DiCaprio is one of my all time favourite actors. He performs his role in a very serious matter.

The Titanic is without any single doubt one of the main characters from this film. I still remember going to see a movie with my schoolmates (Seven Years in Tibet) and seeing the trailer of Titanic at the beginning of the screening. I was stunned. Speechless. I had to see this film. I had never ever seen something as majestic on screen. I still have in my mind the very precise image of the Titanic sinking and being half-outside in the dark.
Because cinema is about opening doors to unknown or past or even future territories. Cinema is a proxy for us to go through those places and live other people’s lifes. But at that time, I had never imagined that I would be able to go inside the Titanic. And this is exactly what this movie does.

I will not call this paragraph special effects, but craftmanship. The level of details provided to this film is immense. You must see the behind the scenes footage of the film.

It took lots of guts and a huge ambition to make this film. Imagine that James Horner went deep into the ocean in order to film the original Titanic itself. He then went back to the shoers and then built half of the Titanic on one of the largest set ever constructed. The movie kept going over budget and the film was already referred as the biggest disaster of all time in the movie industry. The budget was so high (at the time) that Fox had to split the costs with Paramount in a deal where actually both studios were furious at James Cameron, who continues to spend money and had an apparently tyrannic attitude. What is even more interesting is to read about the shooting of the film, knowing that at the end, Titanic will become the highest grossing film of all time, with $2.18 billion of earnings. The movie that will surpass this success will actually be Avatar, also directed by James Cameron.

The soundtrack from the late James Horner is, along with Braveheart, my favourite of his. The mix of Irish atmosphere and high pitch voices made it one of the biggest success in the history of soundtracks. It is still, to this day, the highest grossing orchestral soundtrack of all time, selling over 30 million copies. I remember going to the store and purchasing the original soundtrack, which I listened forever. And I also remember going to that same store and purchasing « Back to Titanic », the second soundtrack, with some music from the band I Salonisti. The 12-minutes long Epilogue song from that album is extremely moving.

I love this film deeply and could watch it over and over again. I give it 10 out of 10. I know, I’m a hopeless romantic.


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