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Rosemary’s Baby (Hindi Dubbed)
Movie Name: Rosemary’s Baby (1968)
IMDb Rating: 8.0/10
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Language: Hindi Dubbed | English (Dual Audio)
Director: Roman Polanski
Writers: Ira Levin (from the novel by)
Stars: Mia Farrow, John Cassavetes, Ruth Gordon
Genres: Drama | Horror
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Rosemary’s Baby 1968 Movie – Storyline :
Desirous of starting a family, the young Catholic housewife, Rosemary Woodhouse, and her struggling actor husband, Guy, move into the Bramford: New York’s iconic building that brims with unpleasant stories of obscure dwellers and ghastly occurrences. Before long, the young couple is befriended by their somehow eccentric next-door neighbours, Roman and Minnie Castevet, and, shortly after, Rosemary gets pregnant. However, little by little–as the inexperienced mother becomes systematically cut off from her circle and friends–alarming hints of a sinister and well-planned conspiracy begin to emerge, enfolding timid Rosemary in a shroud of suspicion and mental agony. In the end, why is everyone so conveniently eager to help? Furthermore, why is Guy allowing it?
Rosemary’s Baby Full Movie Review:
Rosemary, in Mia Farrow’s performance, is so immediately recognizable that everything that happens to her, happens to us. Her explanation to Dr Hill (Charles Grodin) about the absurdity she’s at the center of, is so brilliantly written that she becomes more than just one of us, she becomes us in all the depth of our unspoken fears. To see this film in 2007 is really amazing. Perfection! And that for our benefit. Polanski is not one of those directors who concocts camera tricks to feed his own ego. Everything is at the service of the story. John Cassavettes is a scarily convincing weakling with an ambition bigger than his talent. Ruth Gordon got, what I, in my modest opinion, consider one of the most deserving Oscars in the history of the Oscars. Her performance is beyond superb. Okay, I’m running out of superlatives but let me finish with one more…Roman Polanski is the greatest.