- Some time has passed, and Jack and Rose are still hanging in there.
- They're both clearly freezing. The man with the whistle nearby is silent.
- Rose tells Jack that she loves him. Jack tells her not to say her goodbyes.
- He gives her a pep talk, making her promise to survive and not give up.
- She agrees, and they clasp hands.
- On the lifeboat that went back for people, Fifth Officer Lowe is searching through the bodies floating in the water, trying to find someone who's alive.
- It's not looking good. He remarks that they waited too long to go back.
- Rose is lying on the door. Her hair is frozen over, but she's still alive.
- She sees the lifeboat's searchlight in the distance, but she's clearly kind of out of it from the prolonged exposure to the cold.
- She tries to alert Jack that the lifeboats have come—unfortunately, it appears he's dead. She tries to rouse him, but it's no use.
- In her grief, she ignores the lifeboat for a little while and cries.
- Of course, she then realizes she made Jack a promise to keep going and all that, so she starts trying to shout for the boat.
- Unfortunately, her voice is too weak from being in the cold that long.
- Finally, she loosens her hand from Jack's, promising never to let go.
- He drops into the water away from her, and she lowers herself off the door—she's clearly after something.
- She heads over to the dead man with the whistle and grabs it out of his mouth.
- She starts blowing, and the folks on the lifeboat hear her and turn around.
- Back in the present, Rose remarks that 1,500 people went into the ocean during that sinking.
- Of the twenty boats floating nearby, only one came back, she says.
- Apparently, she was one of six who were rescued from the water.
- We get a montage of people surviving on the lifeboats until the Carpathia came to rescue them.