Four months ago a Redditor taped out the dimensions of the raft that saves Rose in James Cameron's Titanic movie, saying both Jack and Rose could have fit on the raft. Here's the side-by-side:

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And this isn't the only time someone has questioned the end of the film—these two women recreated the scene in a pool:

So is Jack's blood on Cameron's hands? The theory reached the director, who shockingly will not admit to being wrong. He said in a recent interview, "It's not a question of room, it's a question of buoyancy. Jack puts Rose on the raft, then he tries to get on the raft—he's not an idiot, he doesn't want to die—and the raft sinks, and it kind of flips. So it's clear that there's really only enough buoyancy available for one person. He makes a decision to let her be that person, instead of taking them both down." Cameron says he even plans to go on Mythbusters to further debunk the theory and clear his name.