Is it normal i can't get over titanic?

I rewatched the Titanic film again this year but still can't get over it since it's based on real event.

I can't help but imagine those trapped souls on board the Titanic were awaiting their lives to end helplessly.

Somehow I imagined putting myself or anyone precious to me being on those poor souls' shoes. I can't help but feel like crying.

It's not about that Jack & Rose stuff that affect my emotion but rather those who truly died on that ship.

Is It Normal?
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  • Accidents happen and people die get over it. If you can’t then perhaps you should cry over more recent events like the First World War where millions were sent to certain death. At least the victims of Titanic were an accident they weren’t sent somewhere by people who knew most would die.

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  • Dwelling on tragedies of the past that you were not involved in is not healthy, or normal.

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  • Shit happens.

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  • My girl friend keeps rewatching the film and cry over it. I myself was touched when I first saw it, but come on its been 20+ years and its just a movie (a very good and emotional one I give it that), but when I tell my gf to get over it the looks she gives me, lol. But yeah the real tragedy that happened in 1912 is indeed a matter of sorrow, 1500+ people died, and no amount of mourning is sufficient impact it has left for over a 100 years now...

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    • The film of it is the representation of the real life event. It wouldn't bother me so much if the sunken Titanic was just a made up stuff for entertainment purpose.

      Yup. It truly was a tragic event that left a mark.

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      • That's true. Even worse stuff than that has happened where many innocent people were killed and then them making movies and programs on it, such as Hitler, the Nazis and concentration camps.

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  • When I was in third grade I felt bad for the little girl who went back to get her doll and ended up dying.

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  • You're really empathetic.

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    • I could be if you mentioned that. It's one of the sad stuff I found in my life that is hard for me to move on.

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      • A lot of innocent people were killed and they've kept making new films based on it, so I understand where you're coming from. Since 1912, there were like 5 titanic films before the Kate Winslet/ Leonardo DiCaprio one, and hasn't there been another one since then? We keep getting films reminding us of the tragedy.

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  • Try thinking about the bombs America is launching towards random countries. You will probably forget immediately the minor incident on the Titanic in comparison to the fucked up world we live in.

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    • Yeah exactly I think its a little bit harsh on some innocents

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      • And what's worse is that he isn't using weapons to defend the country as a last resort. He is using weapons so that he can brag about eating a chocolate cake and bombing people for fun, which is unwise and actually threatens Americans since those countries will retaliate and kill innocent people as a form of revenge. Unnecessary conflicts lead to unncessecary damages. But he is a reflection of Americans after all. They love playing with weapons as if they are toys and then complain of having too many shootings. They are using weapons because they have them and they want to, not because they need to protect themselves.

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