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According to this post on greenspun, the film's Illustrated Screenplay featured the following info from James Cameron which strongly suggests that the ending was intentionally left ambiguous. "I get asked about the ending all the time. Is Rose dead or is she dreaming? You decide." For the record, I've not been able to get hold of a copy of the ...


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From a purely religious standpoint, I asked my Spiritual Advisor this question: If you were married, and your spouse dies of natural causes, and you remarry and then you die, which spouse do you see in Heaven? And can you still be affectionate towards them both, or will that make your other wife jealous? Like, would your Heaven be your other wife's ...


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I think there are too many assumptions in your question. Doesn't this mean that her husband is forced to spend eternity watching the woman he'd been married to (probably for decades) making out with a man she knew for less than a week, and of whom he'd never heard? Potentially, yes, if we believe this is some form of heaven and afterlife. But this is no ...


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From the IMDb FAQ: What happens to Rose at the end of the film? Cameron really left that up to the audience to provide their own interpretations. Some people think that the very final scene is only a dream. Others are of the opinion that Rose died safe in her bed, just like Jack said she would and that the final scene is of their souls ...



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