Titanic

Movie • 1997 • Drama  

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101-year-old Rose DeWitt Bukater tells the story of her life aboard the Titanic, 84 years later. A young Rose boards the ship with her mother and fiancé. Meanwhile, Jack Dawson and Fabrizio De Rossi win third-class tickets aboard the ship. Rose tells the whole story from Titanic's departure through to its death—on its first and last voyage—on April 15, 1912.
This movie contains 55 potentially triggering events.
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Your Triggers
Does the dog die?
185 supporters
Yes
45
No
96
19
Anonymous
Dogs are seen on the ship, and it could be inferred that many of them drown in the sinking, but we never actually see anything to that effect.
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Unanswered Triggers
Abandonment
2
Everyone who died left without saying goodbye
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Is a child abandoned by a parent?
22 supporters
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Yes
33
No
1
Is an animal abandoned?
51 supporters
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Yes
17
No
2
Abuse
Yes
25
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0
2
Ingeborg
yes rose mother
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Yes
2
No
15
Is someone stalked?
15 supporters
Yes
43
No
35
1
FandomLover
Cal stalks Jack and Rose down the grand staircase with a gun. His bodyguard stalks them earlier in the movie and chases them throughout the ship. He later stalks them in the flooded dining room to try and kill Jack and take the Heart of the ocean for himself, this is a deleted scene in the extended version.
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5
Anonymous
Rose's fiancé slaps her across the face and later shoots at her and Jack in response to her cheating on him.
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Is a woman brutalized for spectacle?
42 supporters
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Yes
2
No
9
Yes
1
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24
Yes
43
No
34
5
FandomLover
Rose is constantly gaslighted and guilt tripped by her fiancé, Cal, and mother, Ruth.
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Is someone abused with a belt?
8 supporters
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0
No
13
Is a child abused?
64 supporters
Yes
11
No
78
5
FandomLover
No children are shown to be abused, unless Rose is counted to be abused by her mother and fiancé as she is just a teenager at that time.
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Addiction
5
Anonymous
There's a few scenes of characters visibly smoking cigarettes
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Is there addiction?
7 supporters
Yes
3
No
69
2
FandomLover
Many characters smoke and drink during the movie, but not enough to cause addiction.
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Yes
27
No
64
3
FandomLover
First class passengers are shown drinking champagne during dinner and Brandy, while third class passengers are shown drinking beer. There are a couple of drunk third class passengers during this scene but no addiction.
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Animal
Were animals harmed in the making?
67 supporters
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0
No
28
Does a horse die?
52 supporters
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0
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108
1
FandomLover
The only animals present during the film is a couple of dogs, some rats and Old Rose’s pet goldfish.
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
94 supporters
Yes
34
No
67
11
Nazetel
No visible harm done to it, but Rose DOES have a goldfish and it most likely did not make it.
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Are animals abused?
109 supporters
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Yes
1
No
82
Yes
0
No
83
Yes
5
No
59
3
FandomLover
The only animals seen during the film is dogs and a couple of rats. Historically and realistically most, if not all, of the animals would have died by no deaths are seen onscreen.
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Is an animal sad?
42 supporters
Yes
1
No
13
-1
HonestReviewer
The animals did not respond to any of the surveys
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Are rabbits harmed?
36 supporters
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Yes
0
No
16
Does a cat die?
96 supporters
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Yes
1
No
94
Does a pet die?
85 supporters
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Yes
8
No
23
Does a dragon die?
17 supporters
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Yes
0
No
97
Are there spiders?
26 supporters
Yes
13
No
98
9
moaningmyrtle11
I don't know why so many people are saying there are spiders. No spiders are on the Titanic.
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Are there alligators/crocodiles??
3 supporters
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0
No
16
Are there snakes?
12 supporters
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Yes
0
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94
Are there sharks?
6 supporters
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0
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15
0
TheCassandraComplex
No sharks whatsoever. There are dolphins, however.
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Are there bugs?
17 supporters
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Yes
0
No
91
Assault
1
Kai1989
Rose is slapped by her fiance after she is seen with Jack
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Is someone drugged?
16 supporters
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Yes
0
No
23
Is there pedophilia?
61 supporters
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Yes
1
No
21
Yes
30
No
2
3
LinnBeermann
Rose is being pushed down under water multiple times by a panicked passenger.
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Is rape mentioned?
42 supporters
Yes
6
No
14
5
TheCassandraComplex
It’s assumed that Jack attempted to rape Rose near the beginning of the film, after their encounter on the bow (when they first meet). It’s not mentioned explicitly, just in vague terms, i.e. “How dare you put your hands on my fiancé!” etc.
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2
TheCassandraComplex
Yes, Jack us sucker punched while handcuffed and unable to defend himself. Also, a man bullies his wife and hits her.
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Yes
44
No
3
5
saste12
Jack is trapped in handcuffs for a few scenes.
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Yes
7
No
77
17
Princess
A rescue scene is mistaken for an attempted rape.
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Is someone's mouth covered?
7 supporters
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Yes
0
No
6
Yes
1
No
16
Bodily Harm
Yes
65
No
9
1
FandomLover
Many third class passengers had to go through health checkups before boarding. The men’s beards are checked for lice and shaved if they are present.
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Are any hands damaged?
11 supporters
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Yes
0
No
9
Are there dislocations?
5 supporters
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Yes
1
No
9
Is there throat mutilation?
13 supporters
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Yes
1
No
9
12
KatarineMiller
when they are drowning, yea
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Is there decapitation?
14 supporters
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Yes
1
No
16
Is there cannibalism?
22 supporters
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Yes
1
No
55
Yes
40
No
0
3
saste12
Characters are crushed by falling ship parts, but the actual damage to their bodies is not shown, only implied. No blood or gore related to these deaths.
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Is someone choked?
1 supporters
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Yes
3
No
13
Is someone burned alive?
20 supporters
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Yes
1
No
82
Is someone buried alive?
12 supporters
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Yes
1
No
59
Is there body horror?
27 supporters
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Yes
1
No
20
Is there amputation?
12 supporters
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Yes
1
No
51
Yes
7
No
63
2
UnagioLucio
No heads are shown getting crushed. However, large parts of the Titanic break off and fall on top of several dozen people, presumably crushing them to death.
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Is there Achilles Tendon injury?
12 supporters
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Yes
1
No
31
Is there a hanging?
21 supporters
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Yes
2
No
74
Yes
30
No
6
4
saste12
No one is actually shown drowning or struggling to breathe, though it can be assumed many people asphyxiate by drowning.
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Are any teeth damaged?
23 supporters
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Yes
1
No
73
Does someone become unconscious?
3 supporters
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Yes
27
No
1
Yes
79
No
6
2
FandomLover
Many people fall as Titanic's stern rises, hitting many metal things on the way down. Many also fell into the hole where Titanic split and one man jumped from the stern and hit the propeller blade on the way down.
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Does someone have a seizure?
3 supporters
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Yes
1
No
81
Is there genital trauma/mutilation?
42 supporters
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Yes
1
No
45
Is there finger/toe mutilation?
27 supporters
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Yes
1
No
80
Is someone tortured?
54 supporters
Yes
26
No
59
5
FandomLover
Jack is taken to the lower decks and handcuffed to a pole. He is then punched in the stomach by one of the characters present.
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Does someone fall down stairs?
3 supporters
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Yes
3
No
29
Yes
122
No
0
8
Anonymous
As the ship is sinking and tilting toward a 90-degree angle, one man loses his grip on a railing and falls several feet toward the water. His body hits a propeller on the way down and this is likely what kills him.
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Is there eye mutilation?
54 supporters
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Yes
1
No
88
Is someone stabbed?
5 supporters
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Yes
1
No
14
Yes
1
No
38
2
saste12
Some frozen/dead bodies are shown briefly, but it's clear they are mannequins. No blood or gore.
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Children
Yes
8
No
24
6
forufourfour
Cal finds a child separated from her parents and pretends she is his daughter to get into a lifeboat, but she is handed to another passenger and is not seen with him again.
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Does a kid die?
25 supporters
Yes
140
No
0
21
Anonymous
An Irish mother is seen comforting her children as their room fills with water. We don't see it, but it's clear that the children will drown.
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Yes
20
No
3
2
saste12
Rose (the main character) is technically a minor. Her character is 17 in the movie. She is seen nude and also has sex in the movie.
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Creepy Crawly
Are there bedbugs?
7 supporters
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Yes
1
No
12
Death
1
saste12
In a way, yes. Some characters choose to embrace death and just drown rather than try to get on the life boats.
1 comment | Add comment
Yes
23
No
0
0
TyeDai
Jack freezes to death while he and Rose are waiting to be rescued.
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Does a non-human character die?
15 supporters
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Yes
1
No
13
Does someone die?
9 supporters
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Yes
23
No
0
Disability
Is the r-slur used?
22 supporters
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Yes
1
No
35
Yes
2
No
12
Drugs/Alcohol
Does someone overdose?
9 supporters
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Yes
1
No
29
Family
Yes
26
No
43
2
WesAndersonRocksMySocks
Though Jack is held hostage
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Does a parent die?
6 supporters
Yes
122
No
0
8
Nazetel
Again, the scene with a mother and her children.
4 comments | Add comment
Does someone cheat?
12 supporters
Yes
90
No
2
13
Anonymous
I mean technically rose is cheating on Cal with Jack but Cal abuses rose and she feels trapped
4 comments | Add comment
Yes
47
No
9
6
Ch11
At the beginning scene you can see a doll face in the wreck
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Does a family member die?
10 supporters
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Yes
16
No
0
Fear
Are there jumpscares?
28 supporters
Yes
3
No
79
0
FandomLover
There are no jump-scare moments throughout this movie.
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Is someone possessed?
8 supporters
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Yes
1
No
76
Are there ghosts?
5 supporters
Yes
5
No
74
3
FandomLover
At the end Rose is believed to be reunited with Jack and all those who perished on the ship. They could be ghosts of those who died.
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Are there clowns?
8 supporters
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Yes
2
No
83
1
Ingeborg
the whole setting is on a ship in the ocean and said ship sinks. there is drowing and alot of water. you should not watch this if it triggers
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Is trypophobic content shown?
12 supporters
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Yes
1
No
13
Are there razors?
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5 supporters
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Yes
4
No
15
Is there a shower scene?
5 supporters
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Yes
3
No
69
Are there mannequins?
4 supporters
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Yes
1
No
16
Gross
Does someone wet/soil themselves?
11 supporters
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Yes
1
No
46
Does someone vomit?
56 supporters
Yes
7
No
120
6
MaisieA
There is no sick at all
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Is someone eaten?
18 supporters
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Yes
2
No
18
Is there on-screen pooping?
20 supporters
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Yes
1
No
8
Does someone spit?
8 supporters
Yes
131
No
0
14
Anonymous
In a humorous scene near the beginning of the film, Jack teaches Rose to "spit like a man."
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Is there audio gore?
28 supporters
Yes
11
No
33
2
FandomLover
A person jumps from the stern of the ship and hits the propeller on the way down. He is heard hitting it.
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Is there farting?
5 supporters
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Yes
2
No
16
Large-scale Violence
Are there 9/11 depictions?
4 supporters
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Yes
2
No
34
Law Enforcement
Is there copaganda?
14 supporters
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Yes
1
No
44
Is there incarceration?
4 supporters
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Yes
4
No
8
LGBTQ+
Is there deadnaming or birthnaming?
24 supporters
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Yes
1
No
16
Are there transphobic slurs?
28 supporters
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Yes
1
No
16
Yes
2
No
11
Is an LGBT+ person outed?
14 supporters
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Yes
1
No
7
Is there bisexual cheating?
16 supporters
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Yes
1
No
21
Loss
5
TheCassandraComplex
Yes. An extremely valuable and coveted historical item —a rare blue diamond necklace worn by Louis XVI— is tossed into the ocean near the end of the film.

Also, a ship — itself a record-breaking technological marvel in its time, not to mention all the valuables aboard, including one-of-a-kind paintings and sculptures— sinks due to hubris and serious lapses in judgement.
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Medical
Is electro-therapy used?
15 supporters
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Yes
1
No
70
Are needles/syringes used?
18 supporters
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Yes
1
No
73
Is there a mental institution scene?
16 supporters
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Yes
1
No
68
Is there a hospital scene?
7 supporters
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Yes
1
No
74
Is there menstruation?
5 supporters
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Yes
1
No
8
Does someone have cancer?
10 supporters
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Yes
1
No
74
Mental Health
Does someone suffer from PTSD?
26 supporters
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Yes
6
No
22
Does someone have a mental illness?
12 supporters
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Yes
0
No
12
Yes
47
No
47
3
illNeverLetGoJack
Yes Murdoch shoots himself,
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Is autism misrepresented?
19 supporters
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Yes
1
No
11
Is a mentally ill person violent?
17 supporters
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Yes
0
No
39
Is there D.I.D. misrepresentation?
12 supporters
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Yes
0
No
16
5
saste12
A main character attempts suicide early on, but is saved. Later in the movie, several characters actually commit suicide, in various ways. See the comments for "Does someone commit suicide?" for more detailed trigger warnings.
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Yes
1
No
10
0
Ingeborg
the movie takes place in the present and in a flashback, it changes from time to time. and also in a dream later on where the people from the flashback reappear and meet the main person as her prior self, and they are clapping. It might be hard to distinct
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Yes
7
No
1
0
Rose has a meltdown pretty early in the movie and nearly attempts suicide but Jack stops her and that’s how they meet
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Yes
35
No
2
8
rainbear
Some mechanical sounds made me cringe. There are also some gross mouth/throat sounds during the "spit like a man" sequence that might be triggering to some. Starting at 2 hours, 47 minutes, someone blows a whistle repeatedly.
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Is there ABA therapy?
13 supporters
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Yes
0
No
14
Is there body dysphoria?
10 supporters
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Yes
1
No
16
Yes
0
No
72
0
TheCassandraComplex
No but there’s a corset tying scene that might be triggering for those with dysmorphia or other adjacent body issues.
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TheCassandraComplex
Rose in the beginning of the movie. She doesn’t say the exact words, but she’s standing on the other side of the ship’s rails and has a conversation with Jack about her intent to jump overboard, insisting that she will do it.
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Yes
74
No
2
7
Nazetel
People are in severe panic when the ship is sinking.
4 comments | Add comment
Yes
85
No
1
8
Nazetel
Several scenes unfortunately near the end of the film.
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Does someone have an eating disorder?
22 supporters
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Yes
0
No
70
Is there autism specific abuse?
30 supporters
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Yes
0
No
53
12
Katla
A crew member shoots himself in the head
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Noxious
Are there sudden loud noises?
18 supporters
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Yes
13
No
1
Yes
9
No
0
1
Weatherfish
The beginning shows a submersible underwater investigating the Titanic wreck. I believe some of the footage of the wreck was from a real expedition iirc. There is a tense scene where Jack swims underwater to find a key. Also, near the end there are many shots of dead people underwater.
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Does a baby cry?
12 supporters
Yes
46
No
0
3
abd57900
also a child found crying in the hallway of the ship when Jack and Rose are trying to escape
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Is there shakey cam?
24 supporters
Yes
20
No
50
2
KatarineMiller
Well, sort of. There's a scene where they are on a very rickety lifeboat, so the camera is shakey.
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Is there screaming?
7 supporters
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Yes
7
No
1
1
SquiddyKat
There is one scene where Rose is seen giving someone the middle finger. It can be kind of hard to notice.
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10
Anonymous
When jack and rose are on e deck trying to get the locked gate open as the water rises the lights are flicking on and off fast
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Paranoia
Is someone watched without knowing?
9 supporters
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Yes
10
No
0
Is the fourth wall broken?
5 supporters
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Yes
1
No
29
Pregnancy
Is a baby stillborn?
13 supporters
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Yes
0
No
30
Is there childbirth?
14 supporters
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Yes
0
No
68
Are there abortions?
12 supporters
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Yes
0
No
64
Are there babies or unborn children?
10 supporters
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Yes
34
No
0
Does someone miscarry?
13 supporters
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Yes
0
No
74
Yes
0
No
59
6
Nazetel
There is no visible pregnant women in the movie. It's possible some died on the actual ship but not in the movie.
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Prejudice
Are there fat jokes?
27 supporters
Yes
6
No
49
10
nlubbrennlubbren
The remark about Freud is not about body size but about penis length. It alludes to psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud's discussion of phallic symbols. Rose replies to the ship owner's boast about the size of the ship, suggesting that he is really boasting about the size of his penis.
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Yes
2
No
55
2
TheCassandraComplex
There aren’t any black characters and historically there were only a few black people aboard. However, the fact that lower deck crew and third class passengers were the first to die, by design, might speak to this trigger.
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Are there homophobic slurs?
29 supporters
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Yes
0
No
44
Yes
0
No
50
Are there "Man in a dress" jokes?
21 supporters
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Yes
0
No
36
Is there hate speech?
18 supporters
Yes
22
No
46
4
FandomLover
No hate speeches, but the way Cal and Ruth speak about the Lower classes is discriminatory.
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Is a minority is misrepresented?
13 supporters
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Yes
2
No
14
Yes
1
No
73
4
Nazetel
None of the main characters are LGBTQ, nor are there any we know of. So not in the movie but it is safe to assume that on the actual ship there were LGBTQ+ folk
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8
rainbear
Someone calls a suicidal woman "crazy." There is an implication that a person with one leg is repulsive and unworthy of being the object of love.
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Are there n-words?
17 supporters
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Yes
0
No
46
Is there aphobia?
13 supporters
Add comment
Yes
0
No
14
Race
Is there blackface?
15 supporters
Add comment
Yes
0
No
17
Relationships
Yes
31
No
4
8
saste12
Yes! Rose is 17, and her fiancé Cal is 30. The movie acknowledges the toxicity of this relationship, but still something worth mentioning if you're sensitive to that.
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Religious
Yes
5
No
1
1
Weatherfish
A man loudly recites the Lord's Prayer as the ship is sinking. Rose and her mother briefly attend church on the ship where they are seen singing hymns. At the end, there is a scene that is implied to take place in the afterlife, which can be interpreted as a "heaven".
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Are there demons or Hell?
8 supporters
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Yes
0
No
7
Sex
Yes
114
No
0
9
Nazetel
- Rose is drawn nude
- Rose and Jack have sex.
7 comments | Add comment
Yes
28
No
2
1
saste12
Rose has a nude drawing done of her body. During this scene, you can see her bare body and chest several times.
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Yes
36
No
1
1
Lilyyy
When Jack draws Rose nude you can see her chest. The drawing is showed a couple times throughout the movie.
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Is there bestiality?
45 supporters
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Yes
1
No
15
Is there BDSM?
12 supporters
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Yes
0
No
8
Does someone lose their virginity?
8 supporters
Add comment
Yes
15
No
1
Are there incestuous relationships?
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48 supporters
Add comment
Yes
1
No
68
Sexism
Yes
1
No
29
Sickness
Does someone have a stroke?
5 supporters
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Yes
1
No
26
Does someone have a chronic illness?
6 supporters
Add comment
Yes
1
No
24
Is there dementia/Alzheimer's?
15 supporters
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Yes
0
No
21
Is someone terminally ill?
11 supporters
Add comment
Yes
0
No
12
Social
Yes
31
No
2
3
saste12
Jack is technically homeless because he is a traveling artist, though it's more of a lifestyle choice for him. He claims to enjoy this lifestyle.
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Are there anti-abortion themes?
21 supporters
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Yes
0
No
13
Are there fat suits?
13 supporters
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Yes
0
No
15
Is existentialism debated?
6 supporters
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Yes
0
No
11
Spoiler
Is Santa (et al) spoiled?
2 supporters
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Yes
2
No
68
Are there end credit scenes?
12 supporters
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Yes
0
No
9
Yes
123
No
10
12
Mastergug
Jack dies, but then rose dies as an old lady and they are reunited in the afterlife
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Vehicular
Does a car crash?
8 supporters
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Yes
0
No
71
2
saste12
A car honks near the beginning of the flashback sequence, as old cars are honking to get through a crowd. Jack also honks a car horn briefly when he and Rose are in the cargo area below deck.
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Does a plane crash?
5 supporters
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Is someone hit by a car?
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Violence
Is there a nuclear explosion?
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Is there blood/gore?
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UnagioLucio
There's some blood when a person gets shot, but no gore.
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Does someone drown?
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Finnn
A lot of people drowned in this movie.

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FandomLover
Cal chases Jack and Rose with a gun and starts shooting at them. Tommy is accidentally shot and killed by a crew member who them shoots himself, as an act of suicide.
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