In this film review author describes the ways, creators of the "Titanic" used to build such an impressive movie. Author refers to the main theme of the film - concept of "Beauty", that could be found mostly in every moment of the "Titanic". The film tells you a sacrificial love story in the backdrop of the disaster that happened to Titanic on its very first voyage. Directed by visionary James Cameron, ‘Beauty’ is one of the most elegant themes of the movie. Beauty here refers to the creation and in each scene, irrespective of the situation, you would be swept of your feet, seeing its beauty.
This film review also pays attention to the movie colours throughout the timing of it. The movie opens with a sepia tone scene of the first voyage of the ship. Next is the colour of the movie. The movie has different colours in different situations. It uses a variation of dark, sepia, and bright colours throughout the movie, each showing different emotions of the movie. The ship is introduced to us in a sepia tone, showing how majestic it is. The dance sequence is shown in a very bright colour showing the happy emotions of Jack and Rose. These are the examples to name a few.
Titanic would not have becoming the movie what it is today, without its spectacular music. The background scores, the theme songs, they just increase the beauty of the movie. The soundtrack was beautifully composed by James Horner, and it included the epic song ‘My Heart Will Go On’ by Celine Dion.
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