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Titanic (ITV) [Blu-ray]
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show moreITVs most ambitious drama productions of all time, Titanic is a four part miniseries, from the pen of Downton Abbey scribe Julian Fellowes. Its scope is certainly dramatic, too. As well as focusing on the well-known disaster of the sinking of the famous liner itself, Titanic boasts a massive cast, who tell a series of interweaving stories. Theres plenty of human drama on board the boat, and theres a dissection of the attitudes and segregation of society thats firmly in the productions crosshairs. Fortunately, the production values match the scale of whats being attempted here, and the exquisite Blu-ray presentation offers a showcase for the hard work thats been done on bringing the drama to the screen. The picture transfer in particular is strong, and the detail shines through.Given the scale of the production, its also refreshing that the disc has no shortage of material that looks at how it was all done. Theres a meaty making of piece, for instance, that runs to over half an hour, and accompanying that is an even longer piece, examining the stories of the sister boats to the Titanic. Theres a lot more than those, too, and the extras alone offer terrific value.But its the main drama thats the key interest. Its a little tricky to follow the multitude of characters at times, and an active brain is helpful while watching it. But if youre willing to invest the time and thought, then Titanic is a classy piece of drama. --Jon Fostershow less