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Titanic - Hand from Nowhere
In the scene when the boat is sinking vertically into the ocean, Jack and Rose have now climbed over the railing and are looking straight down to the ocean. People are falling off the railing that are holding on. If you look closely you will see a hand come from below and grab onto the railing. There is no way someone could have climbed up the boat and grabbed on to the railing when the boat is vertical like that!!
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Corey on 02-02-2001
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Farore writes:
the person was probably holding on with their other hand and reached up to get a better grip
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Copal writes:
If you watch the shots before and after that shot, you will see a man who already had a grip on a black mass (the same thing on which Jack put his foot to unlace it and save Rose on the night they met). This man is assisted by another man in white, Titanic's baker. So, it is possible for that hand to appear.
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