Rosemary`s Baby
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    Rosemary`s Baby  (DVD English)

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    • Genre: Horror
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      Rosemary Woodhouse (Mia Farrow), a bright but somewhat naive young housewife, and Guy (John Cassavetes), her husband and a struggling actor, move into the Bramford, a Gothic Revival 19th century New York City apartment building. Their neighbors, Minnie and Roman Castevet (Ruth Gordon and Sidney Blackmer), are an elderly and slightly eccentric couple who tend to be meddlesome but appear to be harmless.

      Rosemary meets a young woman, Terry Gionoffrio (Victoria Vetri) in the basement laundry room, and Terry tells her she has been taken in and helped by the Castevets after having slept on the streets and doing drugs. She says Roman and Minnie have been like grandparents to her. As Rosemary admires a pendant necklace the Castevets gave to Terry, she remarks on the strange smell which seems to be coming from the pendant, and Terry tells her it is from some kind of root. Returning home one night, Guy and Rosemary see a commotion and police on the street outside the Bramford; Terry has thrown herself to her death from the window of the Castevets' seventh-floor apartment. Minnie and Roman arrive, shocked by what has happened, and Rosemary tries to console them by telling them how highly Terry had spoken of them when they'd met in the laundry room.

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      Specifications
      • Publisher
        • Sony DADC
      • Title
        • Rosemary`s Baby
      • Format
        • DVD
      • Language
        • English
      • Year of Release
        • 1968
      • Genre
        • Horror
      Ratings and Reviews
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      I had seen the movie quite a few years back and I am still in awe of the movie, I can completely understand why it is a occult status movie. A break through in the horror genre, over all a good adaptation of the novel, even thought some of the information has been edited but there is new added information in the movie that makes up for it.
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      24 Mar, 2014

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