Before the 3D version of Titanic hit cinemas screens around the world recently, there was a screening of the movie which would probably take movie-goers close to the 4D experience.
Said STOMPer Jack, who sent in the photos:
"This is really cool! Movie patrons were treated to a screening of Titanic, immersed in the atmosphere of the movie!
"The movie, first released in 1997 (that's when I was just 12 years old) was screened on Feb 18 2009 in a swimming pool.
"What's so cool about it? Well everything, duh.
"The audience wore Edwardian costumes to keep with the period and sat in lifeboats during the high definition screening which marked the 2009 Oscar season.
"Imagine if they did this again, now, when the 3D version on IMAX is out!
"Whoohoo! Shiok ah!"
Images 1 to 5 show the movie being screened in a swimming pool. Pictures 6 to 29 are from the video, Titanic Super 3D, a spoof of the original movie. Images 30 to 85 are courtesy of AFP, National Geographic Channel, Photo Researchers RM, Premier Exhibitions and Reuters. And pictures 86 to 135 feature unusual facts about the Titanic movie.