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"The Treasures of Hollywood..." Selling the door of the controversial Titanic movie for a fictional amount

 


"The Treasures of Hollywood..."

Selling the door of

the controversial Titanic movie for a fictional amount


The famous "Titanic" wooden film door, which sparked a major controversy

for saving the character Rose without her beloved Jack in icy waters

sold for about $ 718 thousand at auction.


The Department of :

Treasures of Hollywood auction for the sale of items used in a number of

Hollywood films explained that the door in question was actually part of

the door frame above the entrance to the first class lounge of the Titanic.


This door :

(or wooden piece) ignited a great debate among people after the screening of

the film |:

after "Jack", whose star character, Leonardo DeCabrio, gave his life to

his beloved "Rose", whose character was played by Kate Winslet.

In 2022 :

director James Cameron tried to refute speculation about the necessity of Jack's

death, by conducting a "scientific study to put an end to this whole thing."

He said:

"We conducted a comprehensive forensic analysis with a hypothermia expert

who reproduced the buoy from the film. We took two objects with Kate


and Liu's own body mass

put sensors on them and inside them in ice water, and did a test to see if they

could survive through a variety of methods and the answer was: 

there was no way they could survive together. only one can survive ".


Cameron concluded

by invoking less scientific justifications:

  • "Jack had to die.
  • It is like Romeo and Juliet, it is a film about love
  • sacrifice and death, love is measured by sacrifice. "


Winslet's dress sold in the final chapter of the film for $118,750.


Another film piece is Harrison Ford's famous whip from the film Temple of Death

sold in the Indiana Jones film series for $ 525 thousand. The holy grail

nicknamed the "Carpenter's Cup", from the film "Last Crusade", sold for $87,500.