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Rosemary's Baby (Blu-ray) R

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  • Rated: R
  • Run Time: 2 hours, 16 minutes
  • Video: Color
  • Encoding: Region 1 (USA & Canada)
  • Released: October 30, 2012
  • Originally Released: 1968
  • Label: Criterion
  • Note: New documentary featuring interviews with Polanski, actress Mia Farrow, and Producer Robert Evans
    • Interview with author Ira Levin from a 1997 broadcast of Leonard Lopate's public radio program New York and Company, about his 1967 novel, it's sequel, and the film
    • Komeda, Komeda, a feature-length documentary on the life and work of jazz musician and composer Krzysztof Komeda, who wrote the score for Rosemary's Baby
    • Plus: a booklet featuring an essay by critic Ed Park; Levin's afterword to the 2003 New American Library Edition of his novel; and Levin's rare, unpublished character sketches of the Woodhouses and floor plan of their apartment, created in preparation for the novel
  • Aspect Ratio: Widescreen - 1.85
  • Audio:
    • English
    • Subtitles - English

Performers, Cast and Crew:

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Memorable Quotes and Dialog:

Beware: Spoiler!
"What have you done to it' What have you done to its eyes'"--Rosemary (Mia Farrow)
Roman: "He has his father's eyes."
  - Roman Castavets (Sidney Blackmer)

Major Awards:

Academy Awards 1968 - Best Supporting Actress: Ruth Gordon

Entertainment Reviews:

Certified Fresh97%

Total Count: 69


User Ratings: 73,475
A terrifying thriller that is held up by its incredible ensemble cast, and all too logical premise. Full Review
Cinema Crazed
Nov 16, 2012
Right to its bitter end, there is no escaping "Rosemary's Baby." On film Ira Levin's best selling novel is as horribly frightening as it was on paper. Full Review
New York Daily News
Jun 11, 2015
What's suggested is as scary as what's seen.
Sep 1, 2004
Mia Farrow remains uncannily good as Rosemary...
Sight and Sound
Feb 1, 2013
Roman Polanski's brilliantly directed ROSEMARY'S BABY hasn't lost a thing since it was one of the best movies of a banner year...
USA Today
Dec 1, 2000
Rating: A -- Rosemary's Baby is suffused with Polanski's style and preoccupations. Full Review
AV Club
Oct 8, 2013
Polanski is less interested in terror and shock than in creating a mood of paranoia and instability. He finds the eerie in the mundane... Full Review
Jul 16, 2016

Product Description:

Roman Polanski's stylish occult thriller ROSEMARY'S BABY is possibly the director's most famous film and was a big box-office success at the time of its 1968 release. This was Polanski's first American feature film, following his frightening 1965 REPULSION, which was made in England. The use of producer William Castle--famous for popular low-budget horror--helped propel Polanski forward into a long and rigorous career as one of the masters of the genre. The terrifying satanic story forever haunts fans of this cult film, the setting of which--Manhattan's Dakota building--carries a ghost story of its own as the location of John Lennon's assassination.

A young, happily married couple, waif-like Rosemary (Mia Farrow) and struggling actor Guy (John Cassavetes), move into a spacious apartment in a venerable old building off Central Park. They are befriended by the elderly couple next door, Roman (Sidney Blackmer) and Minnie Castavet (Ruth Gordon in an Oscar-winning performance), who seem to take a special interest in Rosemary's well-being. Shortly after another young woman in the building commits suicide by jumping out a window, Rosemary begins to be plagued by disturbing dreams, including a hallucinogenic black mass sequence in which she is raped by something "inhuman" while surrounded by a host of unlikely spectators. Rosemary discovers she is pregnant and soon falls violently ill. The Castavets offer advice and home remedies and even go so far as to talk her into seeing a new doctor of their choosing. But when the young couple's friend Hutch (Maurice Evans) exposes her eccentric but seemingly well-meaning neighbors as members of a witches' coven, Rosemary realizes that she is the victim of a deeply evil conspiracy and that no one can be trusted--not even her own husband.


Production Notes:

  • Theatrical release: June 12, 1968.
  • Scenes depicting Guy and Rosemary's building were filmed at the distinctive Dakota on Manhattan's West Side, which later became the site of John Lennon's assassination.
  • Polanski consulted Anton LaVey, founder of the Church of Satan, on details in scenes involving Satanic rituals. LaVey also assumed the role of Satan in Rosemary's rape-nightmare.
  • Tony Curtis is the voice of a hapless actor (heard only over the phone) who meets with an unforeseen accident and whom Guy subsequently ends up replacing.

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  • Sales Rank: 75,932
  • UPC: 715515100717
  • Shipping Weight: 0.25/lbs (approx)
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