A Great Disaster, A Great Discovery, A Great Movie
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Some jump, some fall, each dotting the water's surface like the period at the end of a sentence. Then, the stern slips under the water, plunging everyone into a coldness so intense it is indistinguishable from fire. Ten minutes. Twenty minutes. The inchoate wail of fifteen hundred souls slowly fades to individual cries from the darkness. We know you can hear us! Save one life! Seven hundred survivors stand by in lifeboats built for twelve hundred, afraid to act for fear of getting swamped. They tell themselves that the voices from the water do not belong to their husbands or loved ones. They are merely the cries of the damned ....
- From James Cameron's Titanic
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This site is dedicated to those who were involved in this horrific tragedy. Not only those who perished, but also to those who survived, as well as those who have invested their lives in ensuring that the Titanic continues to sail in the minds of people.
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