Rosemary's Baby Movie Review 1968

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A young woman, innocent and religious, and her husband, ambitious and agnostic, move into a new apartment. Soon the woman is pregnant, but she begins to realize that she has fallen into a coven of witches and warlocks, and that they claim the child as the antichrist. Gripping and powerful, subtle yet utterly horrifying, with luminous performances by all. Polanski's first American film; from Levin's best-seller.


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Available on VHS, DVD
Running time 134 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Occult, Bringing Up Baby, Producers: William Castle, Satanism, New York, New York, Books to Film: Ira Levin, Pregnant Pauses, 4 Bones
Roman Polanski
Mia Farrow, John Cassavetes, Ruth Gordon, Sidney Blackmer, Maurice Evans, Patsy Kelly, Elisha Cook, Ralph Bellamy, Charles Grodin, Hanna Landy, Emmaline Henry, William Castle
William A. Fraker
Roman Polanski
Krzysztof Komeda
Tony Curtis
Paramount Pictures, William Castle


Oscars 1968: Support. Actress (Gordon); Golden Globes 1969: Support. Actress (Gordon).

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