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Rosemary's Baby

Drama, Horror 2h 17m 1968

Director Roman Polanski directs this chilling classic that birthed a new direction in horror.

Based on Ira Levin’s best-selling novel, ROSEMARY’S BABY tells the story of a young newlywed couple who are expecting their first child. While Rosemary (Mia Farrow) is pregnant, she starts to suspect that her neighbours are part of a demonic conspiracy.

A brilliantly chilly horror film whose creepiest moments are derived not from the supernatural, but from the ordinary anxieties of a woman battling for control and autonomy over her life and her body.

The performances are extraordinary, notably Ruth Gordon’s Oscar winning performance as an over solicitous next-door neighbour.

“The first major film to deal with the occult as subject matter has lost little of its potency. Thoroughly absorbing.” ~ AroVideo.

Director

Roman Polanski

Language

English

Subtitles

English

Country

USA

Studio

William Castle Productions