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Rosemary's Baby

Roman Polanski / US, 1968

Gripped by paranoia, timid Rosemary (Mia Farrow) suspects her husband Guy (John Cassavetes), a failing actor, has fallen under the spell of a coven. A classic chiller about the appeal of black magic in the sixties. Polanski coaxed the performance of a lifetime out of Mia Farrow. The line between delusion and reality is only wafer-thin. One of the most memorable films of the American New Wave.

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Director

Roman Polanski

Production year

1968

Country

US

Original title

Rosemary's Baby

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