Cameron: ‘Jack’ had to die in “Titanic” that if he lived, the movie would not make so much sense

Two decades after the release of “Titanic”, there are still many fans who have not “swallowed” the death of the leading protagonist, Jack, interpreted by actor Leonardo DiCaprio.

While director James Cameron has shown the reason why the film was tragically closed, transmits noa.al.

Although he had previously explained why the protagonist of the film could not climb the board where Rose stood, this time Cameron has quashed any doubt in an interview with Vanity Fair, showing why Jack had to die.

“It’s an artistic choice. The door was big enough to keep Kate Winslet (Rose), but not the weight of both. ”

“If it had lived, the film would not make so much sense. ‘Titanic’ refers to death and division. Jack had to die, “the director said.

According to him, it does not matter whether he would have died from the cold or hit by any object, he had to die.

“It’s called art, things happen for artistic reasons, not for physical rules,” Cameron said.

“Titanic” is one of the most successful movies in history with 11 Oscars and over $ 2 billion in benefits.

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