Crying about Jack's death

Rose is filmed laying on a floating board in the middle of the North Atlantic ocean. She is singing one of the most popular songs of the time, ¨Come Josephine In My Flying Machine". It was the song that Jack sang to her when they were pretending to be flying at the bow of the RMS Titanic. Now, the ship has sunk and there is just silence. People who were screaming for help have died from hypothermia or drowning. Rose looks at the stars while singing with a weak voice.

Suddenly, she notices a light. She turns her head with difficlty and hears someone. She can hardly understand what they are saying but she realizes it is a boat that came to help. She turns to Jack, "Jack, there's a boat!". She smiles. She is happy because they came to help. She is happy because she thinks they came on time to save both of them. She keeps insisting. She thinks that Jack is asleep and is having a hard time waking up. After a while, it finally hits her. Jack is truly gone.

At the moment of Rose's realization that Jack has died, Sissel's voice starts playing, later with the flute alone. Rose is crying while laying her head on the board while the crew keeps trying to find people alive. When she realizes that they are about to go, she tries to call them. However, her voice is very weak and cannot raise it anymore. She tells Jack, "I'll never let go, I promise". She then kisses his hand and lets him go. 
Jack is filmed sinking in the ocean. Rose tries to swim to get the whistle that a person close to them was using before. 

Many claim they always cry when they watch this scene. Others try to hide it. Others claim they are strong by claiming they have never shed a tear but in reality have been touched at least a little by this emotional and incredibly sad scene.










Soundtrack that mesmerizes

The Titanic soundtrack is a classic that was composed and conducted by James Horner. It became the best-selling album of 1998, and the fastest-certified soundtrack album ever. It remained on the number one spot of the Billboard 200 for 16 consecutive weeks. No album has since then remained more than 10 weeks straight on that spot, giving the Titanic soundtrack a record that no one has surpassed. Moreover, over 30 millions copies of the album were sold worldwide making it one of the best-selling albums of all time. The soundtrack also won two Academy Awards: Best Original Score and Best Original Song for "My Heart Will Go On", which is the official theme song of the movie that reached the top of the Billboard 100. It has become Céline Dion's signature song and people at her concerts get excited and sing along wherever she sings it and millions around the world sing the karaoke versions frequently.

The music that James Horner composed for Titanic has touched millions around the world.
Most agree that this is one of the most amazing soundtracks ever composed. It intensifies the emotions felt when watching emotional scenes and people get mesmerized when listening to it. During the I´m Flying Scene, the track "Rose" intensifies the love between the characters as well as the freedom that Rose finally experiences while pretending to fly with Jack.Similarly,  the track "Unable to Stay,Unwilling to Leave¨ adds an immense flood of emotions when Rose is on the boat leaving the ship and then jumps back to it and when two girls are shown waving at their dad crying while a crew member gives the order of lowering the boat.
An edited version of the ¨A promise Kept¨ plays during Jack´s death. This is a very sad and emotional scene which has made too many people cry. Many people who normally would not cry while watching movies claim that they are often caught off guard during this scene when the music starts playing once Rose realizes that Jack is dead. Another emotional scene is the edited version of  "Rose", which plays again during the ending scene. Several young Rose's photographs show all the things Jack and her talked about doing in America, such as riding horses on the beach on the Santa Monica Pier.People usually get emotional, cry, and try to hide their tears when watching these scenes.

The mix of flutes, bagpipes, and Sissel's mesmerizing voice are the key components of the soundtrack.
During certain parts, these instruments play along with her voice, thus creating a perfect combination and sending chills down anyone's spine.