This story brings the reader to a single life-threatening event in a small, young pygmy marmosets life. The setting is in his natural habitat within an acacia tree in South America. Cuarto is smaller than most pygmy marmosets. He is respectful of the leaders in his family by not wandering too far from the group, and he routinely grooms their hair. One night a dangerous enemy caught Cuarto and his family by surprise. His father was able to hide his family but not himself. Instead of hiding from this sizable enemy, Cuarto makes a decision to save his father without any regard for his own small size.
He demonstrates how his wit was more than enough in time of adversity.
The result of the outcome gave him a new-founded respect by his family and a prestigious role that he hadn't expected, that of a leader. Cuarto's story will remind a reader that the mind can create a solution to any problem. Size should never matter. Then the film begins, ever so teasingly, to open its window to the past. A year-old woman played spiritedly by Gloria Stuart, an year-old beauty who appeared in ''Gold Diggers of '' hears of the expedition and says it has links to her own history. It seems that she, Rose, was the model for a nude sketch found by the present-day fortune hunters in a Titanic safe.
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It is the only thing of value to be retrieved there. The money in the safe has turned to mud. But where is the Heart of the Ocean, the egg-size blue diamond Rose wears in the drawing? Rose begins telling her story, and at long last is at hand. In an introductory sequence mounted on a colossal scale, Mr. Cameron shows the ship being boarded by its full economic range of passengers, from the haughty rich to the third-class passengers being checked for head lice. Young Rose Ms. Winslet arrives at the dock in the show-stopping plumage of Deborah L. Scott's costume designs, and in the unfortunate company of Cal Hockley Billy Zane , the tiresome snob whom she has agreed to marry, largely at the urging of her impecunious mother Frances Fisher.
The Rose-Cal story line, which is the weakest part of the film thanks to Cal's unwavering odiousness, plays like Edith Wharton Lite. Meanwhile, in a nearby tavern, adorable Jack Dawson Mr. DiCaprio is winning a third-class Titanic ticket in a poker game. It won't be long before Jack is bounding happily into steerage, showing off the boyish adventurousness that makes him such a cure for what's ailing Rose.
Aboard the ship of dreams, as the Titanic is often called here, Jack is one serious dreamboat. A bohemian artist whose drawings were done by Mr. Cameron who has spent the requisite time in Paris, he offers all the fun and flirtatiousness that Rose has been missing. This year-old has also shown his share of worldly wisdom by the end of the story. It goes without saying that it's Jack, not Cal, who is the film's true gentleman.
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And that Mr. DiCaprio has made an inspired career move in so successfully meeting the biggest challenge for an actor of his generation: a traditional role. Among the many miracles of ''Titanic'' is its way of creating a sweet, life-changing courtship between Jack and Rose in the course of only a few days. At the risk of turning into a women's picture, ''Titanic'' brings these two together through a dramatic meeting, an invitation for Jack at a formal first-class dinner, a dancing romp among steerage passengers and even enough intimate moments to give the love story heat.
Splendid chemistry between the stars, along with much color from the supporting cast and careful foreshadowing from Mr. Cameron, keeps the romance buoyant even after the dread iceberg gets in its way. This story brings the reader to a single life-threatening event in a small, young pygmy marmosets life.
The setting is in his natural habitat within an acacia tree in South America. Cuarto is smaller than most pygmy marmosets. He is respectful of the leaders in his family by not wandering too far from the group, and he routinely grooms their hair. One night a dangerous enemy caught Cuarto and his family by surprise. His father was able to hide his family but not himself. Instead of hiding from this sizable enemy, Cuarto makes a decision to save his father without any regard for his own small size.
He demonstrates how his wit was more than enough in time of adversity. The result of the outcome gave him a new-founded respect by his family and a prestigious role that he hadn't expected, that of a leader. Cuarto's story will remind a reader that the mind can create a solution to any problem.
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