When her parents and fiancé are lost in the Titanic disaster, young Edwina Winfield (Rutherford) shoulders the responsibility of raising her three younger siblings and taking over the reins at her father's newspaper. Although she has no shortage of new would-be suitors, the memory of her lost love continues to haunt her, so she focuses instead on providing a stable home for the children, rather than marrying. But her forcefulness alienates some of the kids, who have plans of their own and rebel against her. Can she hold her fractured family together, and will she ever overcome her ghosts to shake herself out of martyrdom and have a real life of her own?
Did You Know?
No main character mentions the 'Titanic' by name throughout the movie. The only person to say the ships name is the paper boy, after the sinking. The word 'Titanic' can of course be read on the newspaper billboards, the life-ring just prior to the collision and on the ship itself as it flounders. See more
The sinking scenes are out of sync. Several times sections of the ship shown going under water in external shots are above water during closeups. See more
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Edited from A Night to Remember
1 January 1996 (USA)
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Danielle Steel's No Greater Love
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Aspect Ratio: 1.33 : 1
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