James Cameron commented on the possible salvation of Jack in “Titanic”

Happy ending is excluded in any case. Director James Cameron, who directed the legendary “Titanic” with Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet, said in a recent interview that the film’s protagonist Jack would not have survived.

The reason for this conversation was the fact that fans of the film, as well as the infamous “Mythbusters”, aired on the Discovery channel proved that if the main character moved on a little floating on the ocean door, that her lover could fit on it and be saved. Himself James Cameron doesn’t think so.

“Look, everything is simple: 147 page script written by: “Jack leaves rose, she survived.” Here and so. And you can continue your experiments. And if we talk about the version of “Mythbusters”, and their version would not pass. OK, they say that Jack had to take the vest off, dive under the door and secure the vest to increase the buoyancy of the makeshift raft. But the water temperature was minus 28, and if Jack had been under water for ?????5-10, it still would have died from hypothermia. So this version also did not work. The best that could do Jack is to stay above water and hope that the boat will catch him before he dies” — said Cameron, and added that the chances of rescue of Jack, to our big regret, was not.

Recall that even Kate Winslet, and she regrets the loss of his cinematic partner, noticing once in an interview that “rose could move up”.

Source: http://www.independent.co.uk
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