Yes, which is all I was ever saying.>>So, my point stands that they could have used a fictional Steward instead of tarnish the name of a real one.<<
There are a lot of things they could have done
My original point never mentioned, conradicted or took issue with any of that.but the stories which were circulating AT THE TIME, rightly or wrongly, were that an OFFICER had killed himself.
Whether or not any of those stories and accounts were accurate is debatable but that IS the historical context.
That's not what you were saying.And for the umpteenth time, all I ever said was that in my opinion the movie should have used an unnamed officer to present this story instead of potentially falsely tarnishing the name of a good man. Something that, once again, you haven't changed my mind about.
I've always wondered this myself. I've always thought no, but then again, I thought to myself, we must remember, these people were human too. Matter of fact, they produced more kids then us. Not only that, they had alot less things to entertain themselves with, unlike we do today; if you are getting my drift!i still think that the renault scene was the worst.
and I have a question did something like that really happen on the Titanic :-( i mean come on! Sorry if this is a little harsh but this is my opinion if anyone would like to differ please do i would like to start a conversation! Well thank you for listening to my opinion. Bye and have a nice day!
Also, only Edwardian people act like prudes. Europeans were the opposite from Edwardian British.