What would have happened if the lookout of RMS Titanic has seen the glacier earlier that gave the Captain enough time to maneuver the large ship from its forthcoming frozen obstacle that's ought to cut the ship into half on April 15th 1912? Forced into an engagement to Cal Hockley, Rose DeWitt wanted to explore her own world without her mother controlling her just to maintain their high-class status after her father’s death had left the family debt-ridden. Jack Dawson, a twenty year-old penniless man from Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, was attracted to Rose at first sight and meets her when she attempts to throw herself off the stern of the ship. Their love blossomed even after the trip has brought everyone back to leading their own lives. Their worlds were meant to be set apart but their undying love was a universal force that stood against the nature of society that was established since the beginning of time. With the help of Trudy, Rose’s lady-in-waiting, she was able to receive and send letters from and to Jack. One day, she was about to send her reply to Jack’s proposal of running away and getting married some place intimate he found in Paris. In search for Trudy, she ends up in the dining hall where Cal and her mother, Ruth sat waiting for her to join them for lunch. Discreetly slipping the letter behind her lace, she asked for Trudy’s whereabouts, Cal tells Rose that he has fired her with reasons she could not understand. How does Rose let Jack know her desperate response with the imminent wedding that is ought to happen in a few days? How much more will Jack stand the egoistic insults thrown at him like boulders for his love for Rose that he thought has gone when she didn’t answer his last letter and heard the international announcement of the grand wedding that was going to take place?