On 8th April 2012, 1,309 people boarded the cruise ship MS Balmoral on a memorial voyage retracing the route of a doomed ship 100-years previous.
With some self-professed Titanoraks sporting replicas of Kate Winslet’s “boarding dress” from the 1997 hit-film directed by James Cameron, it seems Titanic re-enactment fever grips the globe, in a swirl of morbidity and kitsch.
Now would seem a good time then to revisit A Night To Remember the film that frames the nautical tragedy in humanistic terms, offering some non-hysterical filmmaking, that stands in tribute, elegant and dignified.
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