Easter egg: 3 Easter Eggs on the new Region 1 Special Edition 3-disc set (ALL 3 EASTER EGGS ARE ON THE THIRD DISC): EASTER EGG 1) Saturday Night Live Skit: Go to last page of Deleted Scenes (Chapter 29). Move the cursor so the picture for Chapter 29 is highlighted in an orange border. Hit the RIGHT cursor and then the DOWN cursor and the faint photo of the couple near the bottom will get highlighted in a white border. Click on the couple. EASTER EGG 2) MTV Skit with Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn and James Cameron: Go to the Marketing Menu and highlight "Fox Special: Breaking New Ground." Hit the RIGHT cursor and then the DOWN cursor and the newspaper in the lower right of the screen will be highlighted in a yellowish border. Click on it. EASTER EGG 3) Titanic in 30 Seconds with Bunnies: Go to Special Features, then Still Galleries, then Production Artwork. Move the cursor RIGHT until "View Entire Gallery" is underlined. Hit the UP cursor TWICE until the blue arrow in the middle of the screen is highlighted. Click on it.
Factual error: Rose mentions Austrian psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud's ideas on the male preoccupation with size to Bruce. However this is 1912, and Freud did not publish the work relating to this until 1920 in "Beyond The Pleasure Principle." Also, up until 1919, Freud relied solely on data from women. (00:33:40)
Lewis Bodine: We never found anything on Jack. There's no record of him at all.
Rose Calvert: No, there wouldn't be, would there? And I've never spoken of him until now. Not to anyone, not even your grandfather. A woman's heart is a deep ocean of secrets. But now you know there was a man named Jack Dawson. And that he saved me. In every way that a person can be saved. I don't even have a picture of him. He exists now, only in my memory.
Question: What happened to Rose's mother after the sinking? I'm curious because she made it very clear while she was lacing up Rose's corset, that she was entirely dependent on Rose's match with Cal to survive. Whether she was exaggerating or not, she made the statement that she would be poor and in the workhouses if not for the marriage and Cal's fortune to support them. Obviously, since Rose is presumed dead after the sinking, she did not marry Cal and her mother was not able to benefit from his money. So would she then, in fact, end up poor and in the workhouses as she said? Rose didn't just abandon Cal and that lifestyle to start anew, she also had to abandon her mother. So did she leave her mother to be a poor and squandering worker? At the end of the movie, Rose gives her account of Cal and what happened to him in the following years, but never anything about her mother. I realize this question would probably be more speculation than a factual answer, but I just wondered if there were some clues at the end that I maybe didn't pick up on or if there were some "DVD bonus" or behind the scenes I haven't seen that answered this.
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