I've read several reviews of Julian Fellowes' Titanic, and I agree with comments about the choppy, confusing editing (I'm sure there was a point to it, but I kept thinking I had started with the wrong episode, or in the middel of one...) I also agree with those that found the cast to be lacking in chemistry or real emotion. But what bothered me most about this version was that there was absolutely no sense of the arctic, icy cold. Nobody breathed vapor. Nobody froze to death -- EVRYBODY that went into the water drowned? Really? That sounds like (yet another) glaring historical inaccuracy. There was no mention of the cold throughout the "sinking scenes" except for one character mentioned she'd rather freeze than deal with "those people." There was no ice anywhere except the CGI iceberg. This version could have been set in a lukewarm summer lake, for all the impression of cold it produced. (And okay, maybe James Cameron put a little TOO much emphasis on clouds of vapor and frozen hair, but at least you FELT how cold it was!) If the point of this version was to make us feel the total experience of this tragedy, it missed by an artic ocean. Pun intended.