September 11th of 2001 was something that would never and will never be forgot. Imagine you were at sea that day, in a submarine, with no contact to the outside world… You arrived top side to pop the hatch only to hear the twin towers were no more. That is what some of the crew went through during the filming on James Cameron’s “Ghosts Of The Abyss” that was re-released on Bluray on this year, September 11th, 2012.
This is a documentary of what the film maker and his companions went through in getting footage, reliving events, and making history with tremendous dives to the 2+ mile deep plunge it takes to see Titanic in her resting spot.
The Bluray edition was stunning and in great quality. Most of the footage was recorded in great detail, so now you are really able to clearly see what they lived through for over a month on the Russian vessel at sea. The film makers, crew, James Cameron and even Bill Paxton were among the many who voyaged out to see the wreckage and explore this magnificent ship. The DVD has a bunch of additional features, clips, behind the scenes that really add to the voyage as if you were part of the crew.
Bill Paxton, friend of James Cameron came along for the historic dives, and got much more than he expected. The movie, Titanic, has held the record for the highest grossing movie of all time, which has since been broke, but in the late 1990’s that was a major feat for James Cameron. The movie set into motion a trend for new Titanic aficionados who had a new found passion for documenting the wreckage, taking dives and exploring what was once the largest sea vessel in the world.
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