Kate Winslet Regrets Watching ‘Titanic’: “I Would Change Every Scene”

**Kate Winslet’s Traumatic Struggle Watching ‘Titanic’ 25 Years Later**

Bold-Kate Winslet has publicly admitted her inability to watch her own performance in the famous 1997 movie ‘Titanic’, which marked the beginning of her career and sky rocketed her to fame.

Kate Winslet was just 15 years old when she made her acting debut and rose to fame six years later with her blockbuster ‘Titanic’, for which she earned a Best Actress nomination at the Oscars. She was too young when she was exposed to the public and watched her performance years later, which is a traumatic experience for her.

In a 2012 interview with CNN, Winslet says, “I look at the scenes from Titanic and I can’t even hear myself. It’s awful. I look at it and think, ‘Agh, did you really do it like this?'”

Winslet even came to assure that she would not like to work with the titanic’s director, James Cameron ever again due to their bad blood. But the relationship between Cameron and Winslet has been mended with time and now they are collaborating on the movie ‘Avatar 2’.

Winslet further said that she will never sign ‘Jack’s’ famous nude drawing of Rose, because she “didn’t want it to be an image that I would still see 16 or 17 years later”.

25 years after Titanic’s release, Kate Winslet still feels nervous watching her performance in the movie that made her famous. With time, her interpretation has evolved and she still carries the criterion of self-criticism.

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