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Titanic - "Leave the Blooper in ... It's Better!"
After handing Jack a dime, Rose steps back and drops her kimono to the floor. Jack, with a serious deer-in-headlights look (and I don't blame him), points and says, "Over there, on the bed ... uh ... the couch."
The scene as written merely said "Lie down on the couch." DiCaprio blew the line on the first take, but in editing Cameron decided to use the gaffe, on the premise that it was a more genuine reaction. (The Freudian slip also makes an amusing - if unintentional - connection to Rose's earlier reference to Dr. Freud.)
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Tom on 11-22-1999
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KCM writes:
I think the scene was done very tastefully. I mean, JC made her nude in the picture to accentuate the diamond so that: A) It would punch Cal's buttons, and B) so Bill Paxton could clearly notice it when they cleaned the drawing off. And, I'm happy that Kate Winslet did it, because we all know she's not some stick thin, anorexic, Calvin Klein model...she's curvy, and beautiful. Right on to her, I say.
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diadempro writes:
"I'm tired of all this sex on the television. I mean, I keep falling off." - (Monty Python)
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Tamsen writes:
I wouldn't call that a slip up, but an interesting fact.
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garethgazz writes:
The scene shows a number of things, it has reference to Jacks art work, it shows more of Rose's character (the rebellious side), it shows the bond and trust developing between the pair and Cal wouldn't have had much reason to be angry and try and frame him if he saw a nice polite drawing of her fully clothed! The reason it showed her breasts was to make sense later on. We wouldn't have been able to relate as much to different people's reactions if we didn't see them. I think this scene was done well and each minor detail goes through a lot of thought and planning. The scene wouldn't have been the same without the nudity.
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Disgruntled writes:
Easy there, Matrix. I get what you're saying and agree, but Jesse said only that *she* wasen't sold on sex, she didn't say sex didn't sell. That being said, I find nothing wrong with that sex scene. It was very tasteful.
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The Caj writes:
Apparently, this was the first scene that Leo and Kate ever shot together. Can you blame him for being nervous? And you thought he was a good actor... j/k
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Blink Chick writes:
Kate jokingly mooned him before they had to do the shot to make it not quite as surprising
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KOsborn writes:
Spiffy- Actually you are incorrect. If you've ever taken the time to look at a Roosevelt dime you will notice his head points to the left. In the movie, the head points to the right- indicating it is a pre -WW2 dime
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angela_uk writes:
there is nothing wrong with the breast scene.....its just one tiny part in the movie...which was done for a reason....my 3 and 6 year old's saw it .....and thought nothing of it
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Migel writes:
Yeah, well, he could have been nervous seeing Rose nude, and he could studder from being nervous....
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Ozma3412 writes:
Yeah, an interesting fact. I'm surprised they used the scene. It was cute though.
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Spiffy writes:
Uh, what you all are way over looking here is an actual slip-up, not the blooper JC left in. she hands him the dime, but as we all know, who is on the dime? well it would be FDR, who served as the US president before and during WW2.. and, if history and my recollection serves me right, i do believe april 14, 1912, did come before WW2 in 1939??hmmmm
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Morna writes:
Very interesting fact. Just curious...how many movies has Leo done that expose him to full frontal nudity, or rather, how many had he done when he filmed this? Not being male, I can't say how I'd feel in that situation, but I think I'd want to be sensative to the female actress and not look like I was staring. I'd want to keep it very professional, and if I hadn't done many scenes like that before, just trying to be considerate to my costar would be enough to make me mess up a line.
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Morna writes:
The character Jack prolly felt a bit overwhelmed because he's used to lower-class French women, not upper-class wealthy American women, disrobing in front of him. He's seen it before, but he didn't expect to see it right then. The slipup works well.
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ashley writes:
Tamsens right. It's could have been considered a slip-up if the caption was worded differantly though.
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Disgruntled writes:
Ooops. I meant scene, not sex scene. Thet don't have sex in that scene. :)
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Amy writes:
I don't think it is a proper slip-up if they noticed it but left it in. I suppose it could be because Leo did actually slip-up in the first place.
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marblefoot writes:
I agree with Jesse. I think they could have easily done this scene without showing anything and made it just as tasteful. You must admit that it shocked you the first time you saw it because you didn't think something like that would be in a movie like this.
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Kimi writes:
I had heard that it there really was no nudity. Kate was wearing a cloak and the rest was computer graphics.
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