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Titanic - I Thought It Was Sinking at Night?
In the scene where Rose and Jack are running from Cal, they run down a set of stairs to the 1st class dining hall. If you look out the windows in the background, it's light outside! I though that the Titanic sunk at night!?
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Anonymous on 08-02-2001
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Dave writes:
The large windows in the first class dining room were back lit as was the dome over the first class stairwell.
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cedarwood writes:
I noticed this too...but then again there were lots of lights on the Titanic, perhaps what we see is the glare from the lights, or they were backlit like the other person said.
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adam.cohen1@btinternet.com writes:
In fairness it is possible that the windows were back-lit, but wouldn't there be sparks as the electricity sparked the water like in the scene were Rose rescues Jack from the master at arms' office?
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chelsea writes:
nope in fact you are right. it is daylight outside !! because the lights were shorting out and flickering !
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