Rosemary’s Baby: A Retrospective

This is a quick and fascinating retrospective on one of the great horror films of the late twentieth-century: Rosemary’s Baby (1967). It’s interesting to hear what Polanski thought of as the best scenes and shots, and even wilder to realize that the actor Guy (John Cassavetes) cursed—whose voice you only hear on the phone—was Tony Curtis.

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3 Responses to Rosemary’s Baby: A Retrospective

  1. Hell, that is a hell of a movie, you know it’s one of my favorite, from Polanski and overall. Tony Curtis playing along? What’s interesting though is you wrote this post sipping one of your GT’s in the hotel which is the subject of your short, “Envy tour”. Keep the good work!

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