I find it very interesting that one of the first things Rose says to Jack is “I’ll let go”, as she’s hanging off the back of a ship ready, y’know, do just that.
And the last thing she says to him is “I’ll never let go”.
And then we find out that she’s done all of these things with her life and she hasn’t gone out and just survived, but lived.
That first scene cracks me up, as there’s no way the quartermaster stationed on the after docking bridge would miss a passenger running up to the rail and climbing over. One of the reasons you HAD someone stationed there was to prevent passenger suicides. They happened all the time on transatlantic liners. So you put a QM there to keep a look out and raise the alarm…and Rose is practically right under his nose. That’s why they show him off bumming a cigarette or something, because if he was where he was supposed to be, there’s no way he’d miss that entire exchange where Jack is trying to persuade her to get back on board.
And don’t even get me started on the whole “flying on the bow” scene.
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- blackholeinfinity said: Finally someone who understands what Rose really meant when she said “I’ll never let go.” ^_^
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