Rosemary's Baby review
Daniel Corleone - wrote on 01/07/12
Rosemary Woodhouse (Mia Farrow) and struggling actor husband Guy (John Cassavetes) conceive a baby. She experiences a realistic dream that involves Satan and naked old people staring at her. Screenplay was effective with a few good lines from the picture: Roman – “God is dead! Satan lives! The year is One, the year is One! God is dead! Why don't you help us out, Rosemary? Be a real mother to Adrian. You don't have to join if you don't want to. Just be a mother to your baby. Minnie and Laura-Louise are too old. It's not right. Think about it, Rosemary.” “You don't need to have respect for him because he pretends that he's holy.” Rosemary – “This is no dream, this is really happening!” “Awful things happen in every apartment house.” and “Pain, begone, I will have no more of thee!” The score and acting were sensational while its scares come psychologically. Rosemary’s Baby pace may have been slow, but the subjects of acceptance of evil around everywhere, lies and belief were depicted well.