Making Titanic was a challenge, to say the very least. From problems on set, including Kate Winslet nearly drowning, to giving every extra their own backstory, even the detail-oriented James Cameron couldn’t cover every mistake. This is by no means a knock against James, especially since the 50+ following Titanic mistakes went over the heads of most movie-watchers. Keep reading to see the tiny details you may have missed.
Jack and Rose Never Would’ve Met
One of the biggest complaints that historian buffs have about Titanic is that Jake and Rose. Not that they were bad actors or anything, but it would’ve been physically impossible for them to strike up a relationship. Why, you ask? Because Jack was several economic classes below her.
Now, before you get all mad at us for offering his reason, hear us out! Back in the day, ships like the Titanic would’ve separated passengers based on their ticket class. This wasn’t done to discriminate against the poor but rather, to prevent the spread of disease. Doesn’t make it sound any better, does it?