Discussion- Assignment 2
A film was told based on a true story about love, feminists by a 101 years old woman named Rose DeWitt Bukater who is still alive after boat's accident named Titanic in April 10th 1992. For Titanic is not just a cautionary tale- a myth, a parable, a metaphor for the ills of mankind. It is also a story of faith, courage, and sacrifice and, above all else, loves. The first paragraph of this essay will be summarized Titanic’s story. Then, some actions in this movie what related to cultural criticism and transformation will be researched details. Titanic is called as “The Ship of Dreams” which is a movie about the small world of human life. It’s one of the most romantic love stories in the history of cinema world. Through the director James Cameron, Titanic bring the audience back to 1990s, when a group of exploring hunters search the “Titanic” and discovered a nude pictures of a girl named Rose DeWitt Bukater (Kate Winslet), she wore a famous diamond necklace. Then they asked her to tell them about the story… Rose was born in a born in a rich family, but her selfish mom still wants her to marry Cal Hockley, another rich guy. The life of this beautiful girl would have arranged her mother planned but everything has changed when she was on the Titanic. From here, she met Jack Dawson (Leonardo DiCaprio), a young artist, who saved her life when she trying to suicide herself. Rose was appealing by Jack smile. Love comes to them naturally. This noble girl had to give up everything to integrate into Jack life which is a friendly, kind, warm world also with all the dance, rhythm, and interesting life stories that Rose had ever known. With her, this is the truly life, and it’s happier when she had Jack. But a tragedy happened to the entire passengers on the ship as well as the expectations. “Titanic” hit an iceberg. Therefore, people were fighting over to try to get in the rescue boat and rob each other...
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