It's hard to fault Kate Winslet's performance in Titanic.
The 1997 film is a classic, and one that pretty much launched her career.
Despite the fact that it's a cinematic masterpiece, the 45-year-old admits there's still one scene in particular that haunts (and no, this isn't about that damn built-for-three-persons door).
Ever since Jack (played by Leonardo Di Caprio) sensually painted Rose (Kate Winslet) "like one of his French girls" back in 1997, the nude drawing has endured thanks in part to DVD, video, and of course the internet.
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And it's being shown the drawing that still makes Winslet cringe.
Back in 2014, Kate was in attendance at the Divergent premiere where a cheeky fan handed her a replica of Jack's saucy drawing to autograph.
"I don't sign that [picture]. It feels very uncomfortable. Why would you do that?" Winslet later told Yahoo in an interview. "People ask me to sign that [picture] a lot."
"There's a photo of it as well that someone has lifted from a still of the film, and that photo gets passed around too. I'm like 'No! I didn't mean for it to be a photograph that I would end up seeing still 17 years later,'" she added. "It's still haunting me. It's quite funny really."
In an interview. with Stephen Colbert on The Late Show, the mother-of-three revealed she actually managed to get through the scene without bursting into laughter.
"Could you keep a straight face when you said, 'Draw me like one of your French girls'?" Colbert asked.
"I think I probably did, but I should've laughed," Winslet told him.