How do you feel about the 1500 people who went down with Titanic


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Kevin Zeniel Perez

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I know this may sound like a stupid question, but I'm being very serious toward this. What are your feelings to the 1500 men, women, and children who went down with the ship? The more I watch the scene were people are freezing *and struggling* in the water, the more I'm disturbed about it, especially how it must have been back then, in 1912.

Can you imagine dieing that way? You, me, and anyone else, in the middle of the *calm* Atlantic sea, nothing but 2 1/2 of miles of water beneath us, no one to hear your cries for help, and slowly fading away. JC did a wonderful job for bringing life into that scene. In the 1953 version, all of that was ignored, in ANTR it was only their for quite a while, but in this version, it was very realistic. But before anyone thinks of moving this into the movies sections, I would like to say this topic focuses on both the subjects I've mentioned.

Now, let's all move along, and get back to discussing! ;)
 
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