Titanic is a 1997 American romance film directed, written, co-produced and co-edited by James Cameron based on the sinking of the RMS Titanic. The flying scene in Titanic is a beautiful and romantic sequence because it invites the audience to empathies with the lovers. These two lovers are the protagonists of the movie, a young man of low social status, without any heading who won the ticket to the ship out of a lucky poker hand. On the other hand there is a woman of high social class who, by this feels very contained. They are on a ship called Titanic, heading to New York City. This is where almost the entire movie and the story are set. The scene stars with a bird eye view, from the sea to the boat and following the male character, Jack Dawson. Then there is a zoom in to the character. As the camera crabs left we can see the entrance of the female character, Rose… As soon as she appears the Non diegetic sound/the theme song starts to play. The soundtrack album for Titanic was composed, orchestrated and conducted by James Horner. For the vocals heard throughout the film, subsequently described by Earle Hitchner of The Wall Street Journal as "evocative", Horner chose Norwegian singer Sissel Kyrkjebø, mononymously known as "Sissel". Horner knew Sissel from her album Innerst I Sjelen, and he particularly liked how she sang "Eg veit i himmerik ei borg" ("I Know in Heaven There Is a Castle"). He had tried twenty-five or thirty singers before he finally chose Sissel as the voice to create specific moods within the film. "My Heart Will Go On" is the main theme song to the 1997 blockbuster film Titanic. With music by James Horner, lyrics by Will Jennings, and production by Simon Franglen, James Horner and Walter Afanasieff. Grand piano, bass drum, flute, marracas, guitar, violin, clarinet where all used into making the soundtrack. Rose’s blue dress gives the audience the impression it’s an older period of time like 1912, when the actual Titanic sank. Rose comes...
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