Titanic The Movie and Communications.
The world is thrilled about the unsinkable ship and its liberated voyage from England to the United States. Not knowing the tragic end, the wealthy families of entrepreneurs to the underprivileged families of the common, took a mutual interest in traveling "the city on the sea,"" The Titanic. To commemorate this April 15 tragedy, Director James Cameron, created the $200 million masterpiece, Titanic. Although, it is more than three hours, it captivates the viewer, making it appear as a sudden moment Cameron does a magnificent job recreating this lost world of the Titanic mixing it with an conventional romance story line.
Moreover, the plot opens up to the present day, with a team of oceanographers, led by Bill Paxton, hunting for lost treasure, a famous priceless locket, understood to be in the stateroom of the Titanic wreckage. Viewing a CNN special about this Titanic recovery project, a 101-year old woman, Rose Dawson Calvert (Gloria Stuart), realizes that the items retrieved from the wreckage belongs to her. Where is the "Heart of the Ocean,"" the egg-size blue diamond Rose wears in the drawing recovered. After arriving to the site, she begins unfolding her story of youth opening the crew to the background of the Titanic. .
The movie, then presents scenes of 1912, with the first glimpse of the Titanic, which is so incredible. Everyone running around in haste, anxiously awaiting to enter the ship. Young Rose (Kate Winset) and her snobby fiancé Cal Hockley (Billy Zane), whom she is forced to marry by her mother, Ruth DeWitt (Frances Fisher), also begins to board the ship of dreams. Meanwhile, Jack Dawson (Leonardo DiCaprio), a bohemian painter, wins a last-minute poker game and claims a ticket to a new life in America.
Jack introduces his charm, by convincing the suicidal Rose not to throw herself overboard. The saga of the Titanic transitions, now being seen from the perspective of these two lovers.