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Director: Roman Polanski

Writers: Ira Levin, Roman Polanski

Stars: Mia Farrow, John Cassavetes, Ruth Gordon

Rosemary’s Baby (1968) – IMDb

It was a simpler time – men were men, and women were women. Dinners consisted of cocktails, rich meals, and music – polite dinner conversation was important as was treating your elders and neighbors with respect. A woman’s biggest priority in life was having babies and keeping a home…

Other than the obvious women’s rights roll back – the movie is quite good. The original “I think something is wrong” pregnancy movie. Let’s not forget how very racy the actual cinematography was for the 1960’s.

Honestly I think you get a good taste of the drug culture and how it plays with perceptions and the mind with how the cinematics are produced – another one of those movies I enjoy for its writing and story-line, and it’s peek back into the morals and traditions of the past.

This movie receives three bloody kitties

three bloody kitten rating