No, the story of Jack and Rose is not true. However, director James Cameron did discover after he'd created the movie that there had been a J. Dawson on the Titanic. This J. Dawson worked in the boiler room and was not a "passenger". J. Dawson's grave is the most visited of those who died in the tragedy because of this movie.
No their story is not true. And they weren't real people either. The people who wrote the movie script added them so it would make it interesting and get más views. Also its a amor story and most girls like amor stories so that is one way how they would get más views.
No, the story was fiction. There was no record of a woman named Rose Dewitt-Bukater being on the ship. However, after James Cameron found out about there being a man on the ship named Joseph Dawson, he decided to name one of his characters after him. Thanks to the movie, Joseph's grave is now one of the most-visited in the country.
no. it's not. They are just fictional characters. but some of the characters in that movie is true like Molly Brown, Mr. Andrews, the captain, the rich guy who died on the lobby, the violinists, the old man who died with her wife on the cama and sadly the baby at the end. :(
but those aren't the real deaths of those who died.
u wont know, but, it could have happened, if james thought it had happened like that, some poor spirits might have just poured their stories inside his mind, and he made it history. :) its a gr8 film , dont spoil it trying to give it a touch of reality, the director did a gr8 job , and , if it happened, then, their souls, those who dies on the titanic, they must be happy, in peace, that finally, people still remember them, n pray for them, n i believe that , there must have been not one but many "jacks n roses" , lets just feel for them , may their souls be in peace
At cou003, Rose was not a "bitch". If tu paid attention they both got on the door but it would flip so he stay beside her. Yes maybe the could of figured out a way were it wouldn't flip but they were freezing in the middle of the ocean…