TV Mini-Series | PG-13 | | Action, Drama, History
The story of the 1912 sinking of the largest luxury liner ever built, the tragedy that befell over two thousand of the rich and famous as well as of the poor and unknown passengers aboard the doomed ship.
While largely dismissed in the United States and England as an inferior low-budget imitation of James Cameron's blockbuster (this film entered preproduction as Cameron's film was being shot), the 1996 mini-series remains very popular in Europe and Asia.
What's the matter? Never seen a woman smoke a cigar before?
Jamie Perse: Well, no. I mean, not a lady, anyway. Not like you.
Molly Brown: Well, get used to it. Woman's emancipation. We can smoke cigars. We can tell you men how to run the world. Hell, we'll probably have a ...
After the rescue aboard the Carpathia, the lifeboats change from period wooden vessels to modern metallic ones, and once the survivors step out of them, they are seen gathered next to various modern deck machinery, revealing we are on a modern ship.
The opening credits of Part 1 and 2 are set against a background of photos of the Titanic's construction.
The current North American syndicated t.v. version trims Aase's rape scene, cutting to a commercial break just as Simon Doonan pulls open the shower curtain.