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In what year did the Titanic sink? 

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Did you know?

What debates arise from this classic movie?

Many debates have emerged from James Cameron's masterpiece. Made two and a half decades ago, at least at the time of writing, Rose's privilege when she says, "to me, it was a slave ship - taking me back to America in chains" raises eyebrows in the 21st century. People also wonder about the Birkenhead Drill. This code of conduct saw only 20% of men on the ship saved, compared to 52% of the children and 74% of the women. Today, with enough lifeboats on ships, this is less of an issue. But the consensus that vulnerable people such as children, the ill, and the elderly get help first during disaster evacuations is the ethical norm. No question is more popular than whether Jack had to die and whether he could have fit on the door with Rose. According to James Cameron, Jack had to RIP for the movie to be good. As for the door, it might have looked large enough, but with two people on it, it would have sunk.

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