USA, 1968, 136min
: Roman Polanski
Mia Farrow, John Cassavetes, Ruth Gordon, Sidney Blackmer, Maurice Evans, Ralph Bellamy, Victoria Vetri, Patsy Kelly, Elisha Cook Jr.,
Newlyweds Rosemary and Guy Woodhouseovi (Mia Farrow and John Cassavetes) move into an old new york tenement, even if it's friend Hutch (Maurice Evans) warns of the dark history of the house. Were here to occultists, and there has been several tragic deaths. Woodhouseovi is familiar with the old neighbors Castevetovými, who at them will be frequent guests. When Rosemary becomes pregnant, recommend her Castavets my friend's gynecologist. Since then, however, Rosemary begins to suffer inexplicable pain and fear. From the Castevets are to hear the sounds like when ghost seansích, some people including up-and-comer Hutch mysteriously falls ill or directly to the die. They are just coincidences, ideas mentally unstable mothers or against Rosemary going to a genuine satanic conspiracy...? A chilling picture of the director of Polish origin Roman Polanski created in 1968 as an adaptation of the book by Ira Levin. Belongs to the most impressive horrors of his time, taking practically went without the film's special effects. Its main feature is the mysterious atmosphere is still the escalation of tensions and also an excellent actress Mia Farrow in the title role. The image however won an Oscar for actress in a supporting role (Ruth Gordon as Minnie Castevet), nominated was even in the script according to the original (R. Polanski).
: Horror Mystery Drama