(PLEASE WAIT FOR MUSIC TO LOAD)
Rose: The last thing I need is another picture of me looking like a china doll. As a paying customer, I expect to get what I want.
She hands him a dime and steps back, parting the kimono. The blue stone lies on her breast. Her heart is pounding as she
slowly lowers the robe.
Jack looks so stricken, it is almost comical. The kimono drops to the floor (this is all in cuts, lyrical).
Rose: Tell me when it looks right to you.
She poses on the couch.
Jack: Uh... just bend your left leg a little and... and lower your head. Eyes to me. That's it.
Jack starts to sketch. He drops his pencil and she stifles a laugh.
Rose: I believe you are blushing, Mr. Big Artiste. I can't imagine Monsieur Monet blushing.
Jack: (sweating) He does landscapes. - click here
The scene is gone and it flashes back to old Rose.
Rose: Jack was a perfect gentlemen.
Back to 1912
Rose got her kimono back on.
Rose: Date it, Jack. I want to always remember this night.
He does 4/14/1912. Rose meanwhile scribbles a note on a piece of Titanic stationary. We don't see what it says. She accepts the drawing from him, and crosses to the safe in the wardrobe. She puts the diamond back in the safe, placing the drawing and the note on top of it. Closes the door with a CLUNK!