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Monday, March 26, 2012

CNN: 'Titanic' director reaches ocean depths

This visit taking place several years after he shot the movie is rather late, wouldn't you say? I can only suspect he had done in-depth research before he directed 'Titanic' in order to give a realistic perspective of both ship and ocean floor.

The man must truly be the adventurous type; why else would it even cross someone's mind to go all the way and dive into the deep, dark pits of the world's waters, unless it seems a highly exciting and appealing endeavor.

It could well be that he is doing an investigation for his next movie, or maybe wanted to get a taste of those giant shrimp which were found living in this alien-like environment. Either way, I can't find any other explanation for going under to a place where you pretty much can not see a hand in front of your eyes.

James Cameron said that "Hitting bottom never felt so good." I can imagine, but I would be more interested in how he felt while he was entering this realm of darkness and had no clue when or if he even would hit rock bottom.

I guess it all depends on how deep you can and are willing to sink!



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