Titanic is one of those films that no matter how many times you watch it, it'll still make you weep.
While we might have thought James Cameron's epic couldn't possibly get any more emotional, today we've found ourselves proven wrong by one particular deleted scene.
The sequence is a resurfaced DVD extra that's now making its rounds on the internet. It features Kate Winslet's Rose climbing aboard the rescue ship the Carpathia, a tortured Mr. Ismay (Jonathan Hyde), and a frantic Ruth (Frances Fisher) looking for her daughter.
Watch it below—the music is enough to make your eyes well up:
In other heartbreaking Titanic revelations, scientist Neil deGrasse Tyson recently pointed out a fairly significant plot hole relating to Jack's tragic death. (And no, he's not talking about the damn door.)
Bypassing the age-old debate of whether there was room for both Jack and Rose on that door, Neil asked a more important question—and it's all about the human spirit.
"Whether or not he could've been successful, I would've tried more than once. You try once. 'Oh, this is not gonna work. I will just freeze to death in the water.' No, excuse me. No!" he exclaimed. "The survival instinct is way stronger than that in everybody, especially in that character. He's a survivor, right? He gets through. He gets by." Good point, Neil.