Titanic's Epilogue

Jamie Bryant

Aug 30, 2003
On March 31, 1909, workers at Harland & Wolff began laying the Keel of what would come to be called the unsinkable ship. 91 years to the day, workers are dismantling the last traces of her cinematic twin, scrapping her parts for steel. Yet driving down the road, one wonders whether the old canoe has taught us it's final lesson. In a line later cut from Cameron's movie, Old Rose admonished Brock, "There's another iceberg out there Mr Lovett. I don't know what it is...but I do know the force driving us toward it,"