Cinema 4D? Titanic session floods and video goes viral on the networks

The old expression that “life imitates art” has never been so true and the spectators of a Titanic session in São Gonçalo, in the metropolitan region of Rio de Janeiro, can prove it. While the classic was shown on the big screen, the public was surprised by an unusual situation: the cinema hall was flooded after a storm in the region.

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The video was shared by Gabriel Campos on social networks and the publication went viral. “I went to see Titanic in the cinema, but it was more realistic than I imagined”, he commented in the caption of the post, which has already surpassed 3 million views.

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The young man recorded the corridor of the place completely flooded, in addition to a “waterfall” falling from the ceiling of the room. “I felt like one of the violinists”, he said, referring to the scene in the film where, even with the ship sinking, the musicians do not stop playing. Check out the video:

@gablcampos Cinema technology is evolving more and more ???? #titanic #titanicmovie #cinepolis #cinema #filme #fy #fyp #tiktok #perrengue #naufrago #violinista #saogoncalo #saogoncalodadepressao @cinepolisbr @saogoncaloshopping ? My Heart Will Go On (Titanic) – Maliheh Saeedi & Faraz Taali

In the comments, users laughed at the situation. “When the film leaves the screen and interacts with the audience… fantastic!”, ironized an internet user. “A very immersive experience,” replied someone else.


In celebration of the 25th anniversary of its release, the classic film directed by James Cameron returned to theaters in a remastered version in 3D 4K HDR and high frame rate.

A curiosity is that, last week, Avatar 2 had surpassed Titanic internationally, earning third place in the highest-grossing ranking in history. With the return of the classic to theaters, however, James Cameron’s most recent film lost its place in the top 3.

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