1- Did you see those guys’ faces?
Did you see the…
When the ship docks…
I’m getting off with you.
This is crazy.
I know. It doesn’t make any sense.
That’s why I trust it.
Oh,yes. Here, look at this.
Oh, look at that, would you?
They’re a bit warmer than we are. Well, if that’s what it takes
for us to get warmer I’d rather not, if it’s all the same to you.
Pick up,you bastards!
Is there anyone there? Yes, what do you see?
Iceberg! Right ahead! Thank you.
Iceberg! Right ahead! Hard to starboard!
Crewman: Hard to starboard!
Crewman: Turn, turn! Steady!
Hard over. Helm’s hard over, sir.
Go, lads! Go!
Shut all the dampers! Shut them!
Now, engage the reversing engine!
Why aren’t they turning?!
Is it hard over?! Crewman: It is,yes, sir, hard over!
Come on, come on, come on.
It’s going to hit!
Jesus. Hard to port!
Crewman: Hard to port!
Come on, let’s go!
Get out the door! They’re closing the doors! Get out!
Get out! Get out! Get out!
Get out the door! Go on!
Go on! Come on, lads! Go, lads, go!
Oh, my God. That was a close shave, weren’t it?
Smell ice, can you? Bleeding Christ.
Note the time and enter it in the log.
What was that, Mr. Murdoch?
An iceberg, sir. I put her hard to starboard
and ran the engines full astern but it was too close.
I tried to port round it but she hit and the…
Close the watertight doors. Murdoch: The doors are closed, sir.
All stop. Crewman: Aye, sir!
Find the carpenter. Get him to sound the ship.
Fabrizio: Porca puttana!
Che cazzo e?
Come on, let’s get the hell out of here! Come on, hurry up.
Excuse me. Why have the engines stopped? I felt a shudder.
I shouldn’t worry, madam. We’ve likely thrown a propeller blade.
That’s the shudder you felt. May I bring you anything?
No, thank you.
Man: Did you see anything?
Man: I don’t see anything now, do you?
If this is the direction the rats are going that’s good enough for me.
Crewman: Please, sir, please. Everything’s under control.
You there. Sir, there is no emergency.
Yes, there is, I have been robbed. Get the master-at-arms.
Now,you moron! Yes, sir.
Hey,you’re going to miss the fun. Did you see what happened?
No, I missed it. Apparently, it hit over there.
Crewman: Boiler room six is flooded eight feet above the plate.
And the mail hold is worse. She’s all buckled in in the forward hold.
Can you shore up? Not unless the pumps get ahead.
Have you seen the damage in the mail hold?
No, she’s already underwater. This is bad.
We should tell Mother and Cal.
I think they’re very good, sir.
Don’t touch anything. I want the entire room photographed.
Rose: Just keep holding my hand.
We’ve been looking for you, miss.
Rose Well, here we go.
Something serious has happened.
Yes, it has.
Indeed. Two things dear to me have disappeared this evening.
Now that one is back I have a pretty good idea where to find the other.
Search him. Take your coat off, sir.
Now what? Come on.
Cal, what are you doing? We’re in the middle of an emergency. What’s going on?
Is this it? That’s it.
This is horseshit!
Don’t you believe it, Rose. Don’t! He couldn’t have.
Of course he could. It’s easy enough for a professional.
But I was with him the whole time. This is absurd.
Perhaps he did it while you were putting your clothes back on, dear.
Real slick, Cal. Rose, they put it in my pocket.
Shut up. It isn’t even your pocket, is it, son?
Property of A. L. Ryerson.
That was reported stolen today. I just borrowed it.
I was going to return it. We have an honest thief here, do we?
You know I didn’t do this, Rose. You know it.
Don’t you believe them, Rose. You know I didn’t do it.
Come on, let’s go. You know I didn’t do it, Rose. Rose!
Come on, son. There’s a good lad.
Come on. You know I didn’t do it! You know me!
Ismay: Most unfortunate, Captain.
Water… 14 feet above the keel in ten minutes-
In the forepeak, in all three holds and in the boiler room six.
That’s right, sir. When can we get underway, damn it?
That’s five compartments.
She can stay afloat with the first four compartments breached
but not five- not five.
As she goes down by the head the water
will spill over the tops of bulkheads at E deck from one to the next.
Back and back. There’s no stopping it.
The pumps- If we opened the doors-
The pumps buy you time, but minutes only.
From this moment, no matter what we do
Titanic will founder.
But this ship can’t sink.
She’s made of iron, sir. I assure you, she can…
and she will.
It is a mathematical certainty.
How much time?
An hour. Two at most.
And how many aboard, Mr. Murdoch?
2,200 souls on board, sir.
Well, I believe you may get your headlines, Mr. Ismay.
Oh, it is a little slut, isn’t it? Will you look at me when I’m talking to you.
Mr. Hockley? Not now, we’re busy.
Sir, I’ve been told to ask you to please put on your lifebelts and come up to-
I said not now.
I’m sorry to inconvenience you, Mr. Hockley, but it’s Captain’s orders.
Now, please, dress warmly. It’s quite cold out tonight.
Now, may I suggest topcoats and hats.
This is ridiculous. Not to worry, miss.
I am sure it’s just a precaution.
Everybody up! Lifebelts on!
What’s heyelling about?
Everybody up! Put your lifebelts on!
What’s the ruckus? Just put your lifebelts on!
That’s right- C.QD. The distress call.
That’s our position.
Tell whoever responds that we’re going down by the head.
We need immediate assistance.
Keep lowering! Keep lowering!
Mr. Wilde! Mr. Wilde, where are the passengers?
We moved them back inside. It’s too damn cold and noisy for them.
Get down here and help with these lines.
Care for a drink, sir?
Crewman: Please put your lifebelts on. Hey, sonny, what’s doing?
You got us all trussed up here and now we’re cooling our heels.
Sorry, ma’am. Let me go and find out.
I don’t think anybody knows what the hell’s going on around here.
It’s the goddamned English doing everything by the book.
There’s no need for language, Mr. Hockley.
Go back and turn the heaters on in our rooms.
I’d like a cup of tea when I return.
I saw the iceberg and I see it in your eyes.
Please tell me the truth.
The ship will sink.
You’re certain. Yes, in an hour or so…
all this will be at the bottom of the Atlantic.
What? Please, tell only who you must?
I don’t want to be responsible for a panic
and get to a boat quickly, don’t wait.
You remember what I told you about the boats?
Over here, sir.
Sir, they need you up in the second-class purser’s office.
There’s a big mob up there. Go on, I’ll keep an eye on him.
Sir! Carpathia says they’re making 17 knots.
Full steam for them, sir.
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