James Cameron, you have some explaining to do. First you let Rose watch Jack freeze to death when you know there was enough room on that door, and now this. Buzzfeed has uncovered a deleted scene from the most heartbreaking movie of all time that would have tugged on all of your heartstrings had it made the final cut.

The Titanic deleted scene occurs after the sinking of the ship, as survivors are rescued by the RMS Carpathia. An exhausted Rose DeWitt Bukater, one of the few passengers who made it onto one of the sixteen lifeboats (we hate to bring that door situation up again, but come on!) is seen boarding the RMS Carpathia before collapsing into the arms of a nurse. Shots of grieving women and mother's trying to find their children are backed to the haunting orchestral reprise of Celine Dion's 'My Heart Will Go On'. We also see the child that Cal Hockley used to get himself a spot on the boat and a shot of Ruth DeWitt Bukater searching for Rose.

Perhaps the most heartbreaking element of the scene is J. Bruce Ismay filled with guilt as he takes on the shaming stares from anguished passengers. At the time the Titanic sunk, Ismay was widely blamed for the loss of lives, as it was his decision to decrease the number of lifeboats on board from 48 to 16.

The very raw deleted scene highlights the emotional reality of the sinking of the Titanic. You can watch the footage below. 

This deleted scene from Titanic makes the ending so much more heartbreaking