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Rosemary's Baby
Genre: Drama / Horror / Mystery / Thriller
Director(s): Roman Polanski
Release Date: 12 June 1968
Movie rating: 8.0
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What is the movie Rosemary's Baby about?
With his first two English language movies – “Repulsion” and “Cul-de-sac” – Roman Polanski has already established himself as a teller of dark, horrifying tales of human psyche, but “Rosemary’s Baby” has put him on the map as one of the leading director’s of his generation. A dark psychological horror with a touch of the occult, “Rosemary’s Baby” tells the tale of a young married couple, Guy Woodhouse (John Cassavetes) and his wife Rosemary (Mia Farrow), moving into an old New York building. Guy is a struggling actor and Rosemary a naïve housewife. Their first friends there are their older and somewhat eccentric neighbors Minnie and Roman Castevet. Rosemary also meets a young woman, a former drug addict who was taken in by the Castevets. The young woman has a pendant necklace that gives out a strange smell . when a young woman jumps to her death from the 7th story window, the Castevets give the necklace, letting her know that the source of the strange smell is the tannis root in the pendant. Guy’s acting career takes off and Rosemary grows suspicious about her neighbors. When Guy suggests that they should have a baby, rosemary agrees but secretly fears that the Castevets want their future child for some occult ritual. On the night they plan to conceive, Rosemary drinks some chocolate mousse Minnie brought them, and passes out having terrible nightmares about a demonic creature raping her. She awakes with scratches on her body, and Guy tells her that he had sex with her while she was out because he didn’t want to miss their opportunity to get pregnant. Rosemary is now terrified for the safety of her unborn child, but will she be able to confront the dark forces all around her?
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Jacinta Ontiveros @ 19-Aug-2014 11:51 Report a spam

In the times of over the top visual and sound effects it is a real treat to look back on this one for an example of a horror movies built around great story telling, excellent direction and attention to detail, where implied horror is much more powerful than anything that could be shown on the screen. An expecting mother is one of the most vulnerable states of the human condition already filled with worries, doubts and insecurities and this film plays on that to the hilt. The dream, drugged scenes leading up to the encounter with Satan himself are an excellent depiction of the subconscious mind and this movie itself has a way of slowly seeping into the subconscious and getting under the skin. This one uses the technique of beginning in the most common and pleasant of situations and then slowly descending into a paranoid nightmare as well as it has ever been done.

Antonietta Mcdowell @ 19-Aug-2014 11:49 Report a spam

I'm not sure about the others, but for me “Rosemary's Baby” has got to be one of the best, if not the best, psychological supernatural thrillers of all the time. The real test for a good film is the fact it and be viewed multiple times. And in this case it is! I cannot even count how many times I have seen this. It is a really good-"scary movie" that has more then the ability to merely scare; it has the ability to haunt. “Rosemary's Baby” is a film where certain scenes become imprinted in memory. There maybe moments that are not scary but as it goes on and you keep watching you start to get more and more creeper out-the atmosphere is what does it-even if someone were tuning in and didn't know this story already-the creepy feeling that something's very wrong is still there strongly from the beginning, strengthening in tone as you get deeper into the picture until by the end and the final few scenes your blown away. I put it in my top 10.

Gioacchina Monty @ 11-Aug-2014 10:52 Report a spam

When it comes to perfection people divide in groups. Not everyone will find this film perfect, but to me “Rosemary's baby" is perfect. Scary in a way that makes you breathless! The film made me thinking and feeling throughout. One of the many sides of Polanski's genius is to suggest. And what he suggests is so monstrous that we don't want to believe it, but we do. The characters are perfectly drawn so no cheating is involved. Throughout this film we are surprised we are horrified. The characters turn out to be what they turn out to be is totally believable, but Polanski presents it in such a light of normality that you can't believe it. You here and live it all: every silence, every voice in the distance, every door opening. Your heart is always in your throat. There is something there that accelerates a constant state of dread. Very few movies have been able to take me to that place, most of them by Roman Polanski…

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