TV-PG | | Action, Drama, History
Third Reich's Nazi propaganda epic about a heroic fictional German officer on board of the RMS Titanic. On its maiden voyage in April 1912, the supposedly unsinkable ship hits an iceberg in the Atlantic Ocean and starts to go down.
The model sequences were shot at night on location at a lake outside Berlin. Bad weather and malfunctioning electronics on the model held up shooting, and because the cameras had to shoot at a rate of 100 frames per second (rather than the standard ... ...
1st Officer Petersen:
Sigrid Olinsky: Yes?
1st Officer Petersen: You're an amazing woman, my darling.
Sigrid Olinsky: I'd only done it for you.
1st Officer Petersen: Sigrid, you must get into this lifeboat and leave the ship.
Sigrid Olinsky: No. I'll go when you go.
1st Officer Petersen: As an officer, I must stay to the end. And it is in my capacity as an officer that I ...
Sigrid Olinsky: ...
It is stated in the movie that the Titanic was the fastest liner in the world, and that she was traveling at 26 1/2 knots near the beginning of the voyage. The Titanic could only travel at 23 knots, and she never traveled at her top speed before her sinking. Besides this, the RMS Mauretania was capable of 27 knots, so 26 1/2 wouldn't have been enough to beat her.
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