Titanic: The Aftermath

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Titanic: The Aftermath is a dramatized documentary that focuses on the events that occurred in the lives of the survivors and those who lost people after the sinking of the Titanic. [1] The ninety minute film [2] was made in Halifax, Nova Scotia and first premiered on April 15, 2012. [3] [4] The film was released during the 100th anniversary of the tragedy, and originally aired on the Discovery Channel. [5]

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