A NIGHT TO REMEMBER

1958 ***** 123 mins.

From the very first time I saw this film, I declared it the best film ever made about the Titanic. Based on a book, which was based strictly on documented evidence and sworn testimony from actual survivors, A Night to Remember feels more like a documentary rather than a film. Watching the film again recently, I realized how much James Cameron's Titanic tries to emulate this film. This is, truly, a remarkable film. It greatly benefits from the fact that there are no cheesy subplots; it's just a straightforward presentation of the Titanic disaster.
Original theatrical aspect ratio: 1.66:1
Not Rated.

Starring:
Kenneth More + Honor Blackman + Michael Goodliffe + Kenneth Griffith + David McCallum + Tucker McGuire + John Merivale + Frank Lawton + Laurence Naismith + George Rose

Screenplay by
Eric Ambler

Based on the Book by
Walter Lord

Directed by
Roy Ward Baker


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