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Titanic - Eyes.
During the film, you see that the young Rose has brown eyes. At the end, the old Rose has blue eyes.
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batfink writes:
I watched Titanic last night and paid special attention to this, and Winslet's eyes are v definitely dark blue - there is even a scene where the camera looks straight into her eye on close-up and then it blends into present day Rose's eye, and quite clearly shows that both are blue. The eye colour fade as you get old, so actually the eye colours chosen are perfect.
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Ania writes:
That´s not possible, because Kate Winslet has BLUE eyes, that you can see in all her movies.
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Farore writes:
I noticed her eyes change color, but frankly I realized that it is impossible to get two people whose eyes are exactly the same. Even identical twins have different eyes, and even contact lenses wouldn't change them to suit each other perfectly.
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ang writes:
If you really pay attention to the movie. both the old rose and the young rose have blue eyes, if anything they are just a different shade of blue.
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Peggy writes:
Brown eyes CAN change to blue in old age. My great-grandmother's brown eyes developed a blue ring around the brown while she aged.
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captain simian writes:
Although the colour of the eyes often do change, they always change from blue to another colour, but not from brown to blue.... and babies of mammals are usually born with blue or brown eyes anyways, and then the blue switches to another colour later on.
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Godsmacker writes:
Freak, consider this: you have a 17 year old girl and then a 100 year old woman. Now consider this: the eyes DO dramatically change color after certain things occur. i.e. a shocking or traumatizing occurence. It disturbs your brain and the eyes are affected by the changing brain. It sounds stupid, but I reasearched the matter myself and these are my results. Blue to brown in like 80 years after that happened? Makes perfect sense.
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TLF writes:
Consider this: in my mere 14 years, my eyes have gone from blue, to very dark brown, to light brown, to green. Eyes DO change colour.
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nari writes:
Here is a website that talks about how eye color can change even with eating raw foods. Isn't that weird? Eye color is not only in your genes but it might also be affected by what you eat.
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noodahl writes:
This is fairly common. My grandma used to have brown eyes, but now they are blue. It has to do with pigments in your eyes, and you can lose them as you get older.
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Angie writes:
Yeah well Ania I wasn't talking about her eyes changing when she was older. I was saying that when people are young, their eyes are not always the same as when they get older. So maybe young Rose had a different color eyes and then when she got older her eyes changed color.
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LittleSweetheart04 writes:
No, her eyes are very very blue. I remember telling my aunt that her eyes look just like mine and my eyes are a deep blue color.
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Denpeck writes:
this is to lucky bill, this is a sight for people who enjoy spotting those mistakes so dont crittasize. or go somwher else
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Bluebrit writes:
Speaking of young Kate's eyes, back in those days, it was unheard of for a young lady of means to be seen in any type of makeup. Only prostitutes and other 'naughty' girls wore it yet Kate's face is made up to perfection the entire movie EVEN after laying on a wooden door in the ocean for hours. Where did she get that waterproof mascara? I want some!
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Angie writes:
Eyes do have the tendancy to change colors from time to time. My eyes were blue when I was little and now they are green.
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ashley writes:
Hey Ania, ummm they're called contacts! Believe it or not, some can change the color of your eyes! Amazing isn't it??
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pokedave2001 writes:
contact lenses?
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freak992 writes:
has anyone heard of contacts? you can get the ones that change your eye color. and the contacts were available when the movie was made...anyhow, who cares about eye color, when you notice that, you have too much time on your hands. what did you want james cameron to do, fire one of the two actresses because they didn't have matching eye color? duh!
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Lucky Bill writes:
Hey it's a movie. Has anyone ever heard of "suspension of disbelief"? It's when you see something in a movie that is wrong, but you ignore it because if you didn't you would really be anal retentive. I like westerns and see the wrong guns for the year the movie is supposed to take place all the time. Does the color of Kate's eyes (or Rose's) really matter?
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