Readings from the diaries, accounts and letters of its passengers and crew tell the story of the Titanic, which sank 100 years ago today on its maiden voyage. The cast includes Richard E ... See full summary »

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Jason Poingdestre ...
Himself, reader, grandson of Titanic crewman
Dorothy Kendle ...
Herself, reader, granddaughter of Elizabeth Brown
Charlotte Collyer ...
Herself, reader, great-niece of Charlotte Collyer
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Himself, reader, grandson of Titanic steward Alexander Littlejohn
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Himself, reader, Royal National Lifeboat Institution
Marina Haisman ...
Herself, reader, great-granddaughter of Edith Haisman
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Readings from the diaries, accounts and letters of its passengers and crew tell the story of the Titanic, which sank 100 years ago today on its maiden voyage. The cast includes Richard E Grant, Roger Allam, Anna Madeley, James Wilby and Claudie Blakley, alongside relatives of those who were on board. Charles Dance narrates. Written by Anonymous

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15 April 2012 (UK)  »

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Good Documentary That's Worth Watching
1 September 2016 | by (Louisville, KY) – See all my reviews

Words of the Titanic (2013)

*** (out of 4)

This documentary from director Paul Copeland is a pretty unique way to tell the story of the Titanic. We have actors playing the roles of several survivors and they tell their stories about that awful night when the ship went down.

I'm going to guess that most people like myself have seen countless documentaries on the subject but this one here has something unique going for it. While we certainly don't hear any "new" stories here we at least get the interesting twist of having relatives of the survivors tell their stories. So basically we have grandchildren of those surviving playing the role of their relative by reading their stories about the sinking.

Again, there's certainly nothing new here but I enjoyed the twist of having family members playing the parts of their relatives as they are certainly a small connection tot he real event. With no survivors still with us, it's fascinating getting to hear from people close to them. The re-enactments are mostly taken from previous movies but for the most part this is an entertaining documentary that should appeal to Titanic buffs


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