On April 14, 1912, just before midnight, the unsinkable Titanic struck an iceberg. In less than three hours, it had plunged to the bottom of the sea, taking with it more than 1,500 of its 2,200 passengers. In his unforgettable rendering of Walter Lord's book of the same name, A Night to Remember, the acclaimed British director Roy Ward Baker depicts with sensitivity, awe, and a fine sense of tragedy the ship's final hours. Featuring remarkably restrained performances, A Night to Remember is cinema's subtlest, finest dramatization of this monumental twentieth-century catastrophe.
Audio commentary by Don Lynch and Ken Marschall, author and illustrator of "Titanic:" An Illustrated History
The Making of "A Night to Remember" (1993), a sixty-minute documentary featuring William MacQuitty's rare behind-the-scenes footage
Archival interview with Titanic survivor Eva Hart
En natt att minas, a forty-five-minute Swedish documentary from 1962 featuring interviews with Titanic survivors