A tale of forbidden love, unsinkable hope, and a lifetime of memories.
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The year is 1996, and Rose DeWitt Bukater, now 101 years old, sits in a grand room filled with memories of her past. She is surrounded by her family and her loyal caretaker, Lizzy Calvert. Rose starts to recount the tale of her life aboard the Titanic 84 years ago. She tells her story with vivid details, and her voice shakes with emotion as she relives the memories. Rose’s family listens in awe as she takes them on an unforgettable journey through time. It is a story of love, loss, and survival that will be remembered for generations to come.
Chapter 1: Setting Sail
The year is 1912, and Rose DeWitt Bukater, 17 years old, is boarding the Titanic with her mother Ruth and her fiancé, Cal Hockley, a wealthy businessman. Rose is dressed in a stunning white dress, adorned with pearls and diamonds. She is the epitome of grace and elegance. As she boards the ship, she looks back at her old life, wondering if she is ready for the new one that awaits.
On the other side of the ship, Jack Dawson and Fabrizio De Rossi, two young men from the lower end of society, are ecstatic about winning third-class tickets to embark on the Titanic. They are overjoyed about their luck, and they can’t believe their eyes as they board the massive ship.
As Rose explores the luxurious first-class section of the ship, she feels a sense of confinement. She begins to realize that her life is not entirely her own, and she is trapped in a world of expectations and obligations. She yearns for something more, even though she doesn’t know what it is.
Meanwhile, Jack and Fabrizio are in awe of the grandeur of the ship. They explore every corner of the third-class section, and they are amazed at how much room they have. Jack feels a sense of freedom that he has never experienced before, and he is determined to make the most of it.
As the ship sets sail, Rose finds herself standing at the edge of the deck, staring out into the vast ocean. She is lost in thought when she suddenly hears a commotion nearby. She turns around to see Jack, who has won a ticket in a lucky hand of poker, running through the crowds. They lock eyes, and Rose is immediately drawn to him. Their gazes linger for a moment before they are interrupted by the arrival of Cal.
Cal is instantly suspicious of Jack and his intentions towards his fiancé. He confronts Jack, demanding to know why he is on the ship. Jack responds with a calm confidence that infuriates Cal, but Rose is intrigued by Jack’s resilience.
As the night continues, Rose and Jack keep bumping into each other, and the connection between them becomes more apparent. They share a few stolen moments together, and Rose begins to consider the possibility of a life outside of the one that has been planned for her.
But the night is not over yet, and as Rose makes her way back to her cabin with Cal, she finds herself drawn towards the sounds of music and laughter coming from the third-class section of the ship. She hesitates for a moment before finally giving in to her curiosity and making her way down the narrow stairwell.
As she enters the third-class section, she is met with a lively crowd of people, dancing and celebrating. Jack spots her and starts to make his way towards her, and Rose feels her heart skip a beat. They dance together, and for a moment, Rose forgets all of her worries and fears. It is just her and Jack, lost in the bliss of the moment.
But the night is not over yet, and as the clock strikes midnight, the Titanic begins to sail further into the darkness of the ocean, taking Rose, Jack, and everyone else on board towards an uncertain fate.
Chapter 2: Forbidden Love
As the Titanic makes its way across the Atlantic, Rose and Jack continue to secretly meet and grow closer.
One night, Rose sneaks down to the third-class deck to meet Jack. They sit on a bench and talk about their passions and dreams. Jack tells Rose about his desire to travel the world and explore new places, while Rose shares her love for art and adventure.
As they speak, their connection deepens, and they share a moment of intimacy as Jack draws Rose’s portrait. They are interrupted by Cal, who has been searching for Rose. He is enraged to find her with Jack and drags her away.
Cal becomes increasingly controlling and abusive towards Rose, forbidding her from seeing Jack. He even arranges for Jack to be trapped in the ship’s prison, leaving Rose devastated.
But their love cannot be contained, and Rose defies Cal’s orders to meet Jack again. They sneak away to a secret spot on the ship where they share a passionate kiss.
As the ship approaches an iceberg, tensions rise, and the danger becomes palpable. Jack and Rose’s love continues to grow stronger, even in the face of possible death. They share a moment of connection in the ship’s gymnasium, where Jack teaches Rose to dance.
But disaster strikes when the Titanic hits the iceberg, and everyone’s fate hangs in the balance. Jack and Rose desperately try to make their way to safety, while Cal tries to stop them.
In the chaos, Rose realizes that she cannot leave Jack behind and insists that he join her on the lifeboat. But Cal sees them and attempts to intervene, resulting in a harrowing chase through the sinking ship.
They eventually make it to the lifeboat, but their troubles are far from over. As they float away from the sinking Titanic, they watch in horror as people jump into the frigid water and perish.
Rose and Jack cling to each other, knowing that their love is the only thing that can keep them alive. As they make their way to New York with Cal, Rose is consumed with guilt over leaving others behind.
But amidst all the chaos and tragedy, Rose and Jack’s love continues to burn strong. They know that they were meant to be together, and nothing can stop them from fighting for their happily ever after.
Chapter 3: The Chaos Unfolds
Panic and chaos engulfed the passengers and crew of Titanic as the ship shook violently after hitting an iceberg. People were running in every direction, screaming in terror. The crew members frantically tried to calm down the situation, but it only seemed to escalate further.
Rose and Jack were together, holding each other’s hand tightly, and trying to find a way to get to safety. But it was not easy; the ship was tilting, and the decks were rapidly filling with water. Every moment felt like an eternity as they struggled to make their way through the crowds.
They finally spotted a lifeboat, but the crew hesitated to let them on, saying that it was meant only for women and children. Jack pleaded with them, explaining that Rose’s life was in danger, and that she could not survive without him. The crew eventually relented, and they clambered aboard the lifeboat.
Rose turned to look back at the sinking ship, and her heart sank at the sight. The once-grand vessel was now slowly being engulfed by the icy water, and she knew that many people were still trapped inside. She felt a sense of guilt wash over her; she had been lucky enough to make it to safety, but what about those who were not as fortunate?
As they rowed away from the sinking ship, they could hear the screams and cries of those who were still trapped on board. The sound was haunting, and it chilled them to the bone. Rose buried her face in Jack’s shoulder, unable to bear the horror of it all.
Meanwhile, Cal was still trying to find a way to get off the ship. He was desperate to save himself, and he did not care about anyone else. He came across a young boy and used him to bribe his way onto a lifeboat. The boy’s mother was deeply hurt by what Cal had done, and she screamed at him, calling him a coward. But he didn’t care; all he wanted was to save himself.
As the lifeboats rowed away from the sinking ship, they could see the terror in the eyes of those who were left behind. The ship was now completely submerged, and the silence was deafening. There was no longer any hope for those who were still trapped inside.
Rose and Jack were grateful to be alive, but they couldn’t help but feel a sense of loss. They had left behind everything they knew, and were now adrift on the open sea. They wondered about their families and friends, and the fate that had befallen them. But for now, all they could do was hold onto each other and pray that they would make it to safety.
The night was long and cold, and the lifeboat felt cramped and uncomfortable. They were surrounded by strangers, and the atmosphere was tense. But Rose and Jack had each other, and that was all that mattered. They held onto each other tightly, determined to survive whatever was to come.
Hours passed, and eventually, they spotted a rescue ship in the distance. They shouted for help, and soon, they were being pulled aboard. They collapsed onto the deck, exhausted and relieved.
As they looked out at the sea, still reeling from the events of the night, they knew that their lives would never be the same again. They had witnessed firsthand the fragility of human life, and the power of nature to destroy even the mightiest of vessels. But they had also discovered something even more powerful; the enduring strength of love in the face of adversity.
Chapter 4: Separation
Rose sits alone in the lifeboat, stunned by the events that have just transpired. She shivers, wrapped in a thin blanket, as she watches the doomed Titanic sink slowly into the cold, dark waters of the Atlantic. Her heart is heavy with grief, and she is consumed with guilt for leaving Jack behind.
As the boat is rowed to safety, Rose’s thoughts turn to Jack. She wonders if he managed to survive the sinking, or if he went down with the ship. She feels hopeless and lost, knowing that she may never see him again.
Suddenly, she sees something in the distance. It’s a lifeboat, and Jack is in it! She can hardly believe her eyes. She stands up, ready to jump out of her lifeboat and swim towards him, but she is held back by the crew.
“Please, let me go to him,” she begs, tears streaming down her face.
But they refuse. They tell her that it’s too dangerous and that they must stick to their rescue plan. Rose watches in agony as the lifeboat containing Jack drifts further and further away from her.
She sits back down, feeling defeated. She wonders how she will ever be able to move on from this tragedy. Her life has been forever changed by the sinking of the Titanic.
Days pass, and Rose is eventually rescued and taken to New York with Cal. She is safe, but she is not happy. She can’t shake the memory of Jack, and the guilt she feels for leaving him behind.
As she steps off of the rescue boat, she is greeted by a large crowd of people. She looks around, hoping to catch a glimpse of Jack, but he is nowhere to be found. She takes a deep breath, bracing herself for the life that awaits her.
Days turn into weeks, and Rose tries her best to move on. She marries Cal and tries to fulfill her duties as his wife. But she can’t shake the feeling that she is living a lie. She knows that she doesn’t love Cal like she loves Jack.
One day, while walking through the streets of New York, Rose spots someone familiar. It’s Jack! She can hardly believe her eyes. She runs towards him, throwing herself into his arms.
“You’re alive!” she exclaims, tears of joy streaming down her face.
Jack smiles, holding her tightly. “I promised you I would never let go,” he says, referencing the moment when he had held her in the freezing water.
Rose feels a sense of relief wash over her. She is finally reunited with the man she loves. But she knows that they still have a long road ahead of them. They must evade Cal’s wrath and figure out how to start a new life together.
As they walk through the streets of New York, hand in hand, Rose feels a sense of hope for the future. She knows that their love will carry them through anything that comes their way. They may have been separated by the sinking of the Titanic, but their love has endured.
Chapter 5: Reunited
Rose’s heart leapt into her throat as she saw Jack, alive and well, standing before her. She couldn’t believe it. After everything they had been through, after all the chaos and tragedy, Jack was still alive.
As she stood there staring at him, a flood of emotions rushed over her. Relief, joy, love, and guilt all mixed together within her. Guilt that she had left him behind, guilt that she had fallen in love with him instead of her fiancé, Cal. But the more she looked into Jack’s eyes, the more she realized that she couldn’t deny her feelings for him any longer.
Jack wrapped his arms around her in a tight embrace, holding her close. In that moment, they forgot about everything else around them. They forgot about the sinking ship and the danger that still lurked around them. They were lost in each other, holding each other tight, and promising never to let go.
“Rose, I thought I had lost you,” Jack whispered in her ear, holding her tightly. “I couldn’t bear the thought of never seeing you again.”
His words struck a chord in Rose’s heart, and she knew then that she belonged with Jack. She didn’t care about her wealth or her fiancé. All she wanted was to be with Jack, the man she had fallen in love with.
As they made their way through the ship, trying to find a way to safety, Rose couldn’t help but think about their future together. She knew that they would face many challenges, but she also knew that they would face them together. She trusted Jack with her life, and he had proven time and time again that he would do anything for her.
They finally found a lifeboat, and Rose climbed aboard, still in shock from everything that had happened. But as she sat there, surrounded by strangers, she couldn’t help but feel grateful that she had survived. And she was grateful that she had Jack by her side.
As they made their way to safety, Rose and Jack spoke softly to each other, planning their future together. They talked about their dreams and their hopes, and what they wanted to achieve in life. And with each passing moment, their love for each other grew stronger.
When they finally reached New York, Rose knew that her life would never be the same. She had found true love, and she would do everything in her power to hold onto it. She knew that her fiancé, Cal, would be waiting for her, but she couldn’t imagine spending her life with anybody else but Jack.
As they stepped off the lifeboat and onto the pier, Rose and Jack looked at each other with tears in their eyes. They knew that their journey was far from over, but they were ready to face whatever challenges lay ahead. Together, they would conquer anything that came their way.
And as they walked away from the disaster that had brought them together, they knew that their love would last a lifetime. Their journey had only just begun, but they knew that they would face it all together.
Chapter 6: The Aftermath
Rose and Jack had survived the sinking of the Titanic, but they were now faced with new challenges. They had managed to evade Cal’s wrath and were now safely in New York. However, their struggles were far from over.
As they made their way through the city, they were filled with a sense of uncertainty. They had no money, no belongings, and no idea what to do next. They wandered the streets, trying to find some kind of shelter.
Finally, they stumbled upon a small apartment building that was run by a kind old lady named Mrs. Jenkins. She took pity on the two young lovers and allowed them to stay in one of her vacant units, free of charge.
Rose and Jack were grateful for Mrs. Jenkins’ kindness, but they knew they couldn’t stay there forever. They needed to find a way to support themselves and start a new life together.
Rose was determined to make things work. She had grown tired of her privileged life and was ready for a new beginning. She had always been interested in art and decided to try her hand at painting.
Jack was equally determined to make things work. He had always been a hard worker and was willing to take on any job he could find. He spent his days searching for work, and eventually landed a job at a local factory.
Their lives were far from glamorous, but they were happy. They spent their evenings exploring the city, enjoying each other’s company, and dreaming of a brighter future.
However, their happiness was short-lived when Cal discovered their whereabouts. He had never given up on Rose and was furious that she had chosen Jack over him. He began to stalk them, making their lives a living hell.
Rose and Jack were terrified of Cal’s wrath. They knew he was capable of anything, and they feared for their lives. They made the difficult decision to flee the city and start a new life elsewhere.
They packed their few belongings and set out on foot. They had no destination in mind, but they knew they had to get as far away from Cal as possible.
Their journey was long and arduous. They walked for days, surviving on nothing but their wits and determination. They encountered countless obstacles along the way, but they never gave up hope.
Finally, they stumbled upon a small town nestled in the mountains. It was a beautiful, peaceful place, and they knew they had found their new home.
They settled into a small cabin on the outskirts of town and began to build a new life for themselves. Rose continued to paint, and Jack found work as a logger, using his strength and determination to provide for them.
Their love had stood the test of time, and they were happy. They had faced countless challenges together, but they had come out stronger on the other side.
As they sat on the porch of their cabin, watching the sun set over the mountains, they reflected on their journey. They knew that they would never forget the sinking of the Titanic and the love that had blossomed between them in the face of tragedy.
Their journey had been filled with moments of despair and moments of hope, but through it all, they had remained by each other’s side. They knew that their love would last a lifetime, and they were grateful for every moment they had together.
Chapter 7: A Lifetime of Love
Rose woke up one morning to find Jack sitting on the edge of the bed staring out the window. She got up and walked over to him, wrapping her arms around him from behind. They stood there in silence, watching the sun rise over the horizon.
“Do you remember that night on the Titanic?” Jack said softly.
“Of course I do,” Rose replied, resting her head on his shoulder. “It was the night that changed our lives forever.”
Jack turned his head to look at her, his eyes full of love and adoration. “You know, Rose, I could never have imagined how much that night would mean to me. It’s the night I met the love of my life.”
Rose smiled, feeling tears welling up in her eyes. “And I, mine.”
They shared a kiss, remembering the passion and intensity of their love that had only grown stronger over the years. It had been a lifetime of love, and every moment had been worth it.
Over the years, they had traveled the world together, making memories that they would cherish forever. They had faced challenges and hardships but had always stuck together, growing closer with each passing day.
They had built a life filled with love, laughter, and adventure. They had raised a family and watched their children grow into successful and happy adults.
Now, as they faced their golden years, they knew that their time together was limited. But they also knew that the love they had shared would never fade.
“Jack,” Rose whispered, leaning in closer to him. “I just want to thank you for being my rock. For being there through thick and thin. You have given me a lifetime of love, and I could never have asked for more.”
Jack turned to her, his eyes filled with emotion. “Rose, you have been my everything. My reason for living. I could not have asked for a more beautiful and loving partner.”
They embraced, holding each other tightly. They knew that their time together was coming to an end, but they were grateful for every moment they had shared.
As they lay down in bed, holding hands, Rose closed her eyes and took a deep breath. “I love you, Jack.”
“I love you too, Rose,” Jack said softly.
And with that, their love story came to an end. But the memories they had shared would live on forever, a testament to the enduring power of love.
Some scenes from the movie Titanic written by A.I.
EXT. SOUTHAMPTON DOCKS – DAY
Rose DeWitt Bukater, an elegant and poised young woman, steps out of a carriage onto the dock. She stands expectantly, looking out at the massive RMS Titanic.
INT. THIRD-CLASS QUARTERS – DAY
Jack Dawson, a handsome but scruffy artist, hops off a cart with his best friend, Fabrizio De Rossi. They excitedly take in the sights and sounds of the ship.
This is-a the biggest boat I ever seen, Jack!
She’s something, all right.
They make their way to their cramped third-class quarters, and Jack looks out at the first-class deck above them, a world he can only dream of.
INT. FIRST-CLASS QUARTERS – DAY
Rose’s mother, Ruth, fusses over her daughter, making sure she looks perfect for their arrival on the ship. Cal Hockley, Rose’s wealthy fiancé, enters the room.
You look stunning, my dear.
Rose simply smiles, but there’s a hint of sadness in her eyes.
INT. GRAND STAIRCASE – DAY
The passengers of first-class make their way down the grand staircase, while Jack and Fabrizio make their way up from third-class.
Jack locks eyes with Rose, and there’s an immediate connection between them. She’s drawn to his carefree spirit, while he’s drawn to her beauty and grace.
As the ship sets sail, Jack and Rose begin a secret romance that will change their lives forever.
Rose DeWitt Bukater – A wealthy young woman engaged to Cal Hockley
Jack Dawson – A poor artist who wins a third-class ticket aboard the Titanic
Cal Hockley – Rose’s controlling fiancé
Fabrizio De Rossi – Jack’s best friend
The Titanic, April 1912
(Rose and Jack meet on the deck of the ship)
Rose: “I can’t believe it’s only been a few days, and I already feel like I’ve known you forever.”
Jack: “Same here. There’s just something about you, Rose.”
Rose: “I know. I feel like I can be myself around you. I can’t do that with Cal.”
Jack: “Then why are you marrying him?”
Rose: “It’s complicated. My mother wants me to marry him for his money, and I feel like I have no choice.”
Jack: “You always have a choice, Rose. You don’t have to be trapped in a life you don’t want.”
Rose: “I know you’re right, Jack. But it’s not that easy.”
(Jack takes Rose’s hand)
Jack: “I’ll help you, Rose. We can figure this out together.”
(Rose and Jack share a passionate kiss as the ship sails on)
EXT. DECK OF THE TITANIC – DAY
Rose and Jack stand on the deck of the Titanic, a beautiful ocean view in the background.
I can’t believe we’ve only known each other for a few days, Jack. It feels like I’ve known you forever.
Same here, Rose. There’s something about you.
I can’t be myself around Cal. It’s like I’m trapped.
You don’t have to be trapped, Rose. You always have a choice.
It’s not that easy, Jack. I feel like I have no choice.
(grasping her hand)
I’ll help you, Rose. I’ll be there for you through thick and thin.
Rose leans forward and kisses Jack passionately. They both pull away, breathless.
I’ll never forget this moment, Jack. You’ve made me feel alive.
And I’ll never forget it either, Rose. You’ve given me something to live for.
EXT. TITANIC – NIGHT
The ship hits an iceberg, and chaos ensues. Passengers are running, crying and screaming for help.
INT. TITANIC – THIRD-CLASS CABIN – NIGHT
Rose and Jack are desperately trying to make their way to safety, but they are met with locked gates and barriers.
We need to get out of here. Follow me.
He grabs Rose’s hand and leads her towards an escape route.
Where are we going?
We’re heading to the top deck. We have to find a way out.
INT. TITANIC – DECK – NIGHT
Rose and Jack manage to make it to the top deck, but the chaos is only getting worse. They try to find a lifeboat, but they are all either full or broken.
What are we going to do? We can’t just stand here.
We have to keep moving. There has to be another way out.
INT. TITANIC – FIRST-CLASS CABIN – NIGHT
Cal sees Rose and Jack trying to escape and becomes furious.
What do you think you’re doing? You can’t leave me here.
Cal, please. We need to find a way out.
I won’t allow it. You belong with me.
He grabs Rose and tries to drag her away, but Jack intervenes.
Let her go, Cal. We’re all trying to survive here.
Cal pulls out a gun and points it at Jack.
I won’t let you take her away from me.
Suddenly, the ship tilts, and Cal loses his balance, dropping the gun.
Now’s our chance. Let’s go.
INT. TITANIC – DECK – NIGHT
Rose and Jack finally find a lifeboat, but it’s only meant for one person.
I can’t leave you.
You have to. I’ll find another way out.
Rose reluctantly gets into the lifeboat, and Jack watches as she sails away into the distance.
I’ll find you, Rose. I promise.
EXT. THE TITANIC – NIGHT
The ship is sinking, and Rose is being pulled into a lifeboat by other passengers. She looks around frantically, trying to find Jack.
ROSE: (shouting) Jack! Jack, where are you?
But there is no answer. Rose starts to panic.
ROSE: (to a passenger) Please, we have to go back. He’s still out there!
PASSENGER: I’m sorry, miss. It’s too dangerous.
Rose reluctantly gets into the lifeboat, tears streaming down her face.
EXT. OCEAN – NIGHT
Jack is struggling to stay afloat in the freezing water. His teeth are chattering, and he is starting to lose consciousness.
JACK: (to himself) Come on, Jack. Don’t give up.
He hears the sound of a whistle and turns his head to see a lifeboat in the distance.
JACK: (shouting) Hey! Over here!
The lifeboat starts to make its way towards him, and Jack feels a surge of hope.
EXT. LIFEBOAT – NIGHT
Rose is shivering with cold, huddled in a blanket. She looks up and sees the lifeboat approaching.
ROSE: (shouting) Wait! Stop! There’s someone in the water!
The crew hesitates, but Rose insists.
ROSE: (to the crew) Please, we have to save him.
The crew reluctantly agrees, and they pull Jack out of the water and onto the lifeboat.
EXT. LIFEBOAT – MORNING
The sun is rising, and Rose is tending to Jack’s injuries.
ROSE: (gently) You’re going to be okay.
JACK: (weakly) Thank you.
They share a moment of silent gratitude, looking out at the horizon.
– Rose DeWitt Bukater
– Jack Dawson
– Cal Hockley
The deck of the Titanic
Rose: (frantically searching for Jack) “Jack! Jack, where are you?”
Cal: (grabbing Rose’s arm) “Come on, Rose, we have to find a lifeboat. Jack’s gone.”
Rose: (tears streaming down her face) “No, he’s not. I won’t leave without him.”
Cal: (frustrated) “Rose, listen to me. We have to go.”
Rose: (struggling to get free) “Let go of me, Cal! I can’t leave Jack behind.”
Cal: (angrily) “Fine. Stay here and die with him. I’m leaving.”
As Rose and Jack try to escape the sinking Titanic, Cal tries to stop them. Despite Cal’s attempts, Jack and Rose are reunited and their love for each other deepens. In chapter 5, the aftermath of the disaster causes tension between Jack and Cal as they struggle to figure out their next steps. Jack and Rose vow to stay together, but Cal is determined to keep them apart.
Rose and Cal are standing on the deck, surrounded by chaos and destruction. Rose is frantically searching for Jack, while Cal grabs her arm, trying to pull her towards a lifeboat.
CAL: Come on, Rose, we have to find a lifeboat. Jack’s gone.
ROSE: (tears streaming down her face) No, he’s not. I won’t leave without him.
Cal grabs Rose tighter, forcing her to look at him.
CAL: Rose, listen to me. We have to go.
Rose struggles to get free from Cal’s grip, her eyes searching the crowd of people for any sign of Jack.
ROSE: Let go of me, Cal! I can’t leave Jack behind.
Cal’s frustration is evident as he lets go of Rose’s arm.
CAL: Fine. Stay here and die with him. I’m leaving.
Cal turns and walks away, leaving Rose alone on the deck. Rose takes a deep breath and closes her eyes, trying to regain her composure. Suddenly, she hears a voice calling her name.
Rose’s eyes fly open, and she turns to see Jack running towards her.
ROSE: Jack! (she runs towards him, and they embrace) I thought I’d lost you.
JACK: (tears in his eyes) You’ll never lose me, Rose. I’ll always be here for you.
Cal watches from a distance, seething with anger.
CAL: (to himself) This isn’t over.
EXT. NEW YORK CITY STREET – DAY
Rose and Jack stroll down the bustling city street, hand in hand. They stop at a street vendor and purchase hot dogs, laughing and enjoying each other’s company.
I still can’t believe we made it out of there alive.
I know, it’s a miracle we found each other.
But what now? We can’t go back to our old lives.
We’ll figure it out. Together.
Suddenly, they hear a commotion down the street. They turn to see Cal, flanked by his goons, marching towards them.
Rose, how dare you run off with this pauper? You belong to me!
She belongs to no one but herself.
Cal lunges at Jack, and a fight breaks out. Rose tries to intervene, but ends up getting knocked to the ground. Jack and Cal continue to brawl, until the police arrive and break it up.
This isn’t over. I’ll make you pay for what you’ve done.
Rose and Jack watch as Cal is taken away in handcuffs. They turn to each other, holding each other close.
I don’t want to live in fear anymore. Can we leave this city behind and start fresh somewhere else?
Anywhere you want to go, I’ll follow.
FADE TO BLACK.