Apr 15, 2012 6:56 PM by Lacey Steele

Younger generations talk about the Titanic

With Sunday being the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the RMS Titanic, some say they've remembered the event in thought, or by visualizing it in one of the only ways possible.

The 20th Century Fox movie "Titanic" from 1997 is in theaters again, re-released this time in 3D, but for those in the younger generation, when someone says "Titanic" do they think of the movie or the actual historic event.

"Remember watching the movie as a little kid," said Nicholas Chadwick, a resident of Pueblo."I sat through the whole thing without falling asleep, and I was the only one in my family to do so."

"When I first watched the movie, I thought it was just a movie," Aaron Degraff, a resident of Pueblo."Then when I actually found out it was an actual event, it was kind of shocking to know that it actually happened."

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