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  1. Rosemary's Baby es una película de terror dramático estadounidense de 1968. Escrita y dirigida por Roman Polański y basada en la novela homónima de Ira Levin. Está protagonizada por Mia Farrow, John Cassavetes, Ruth Gordon, Sidney Blackmer, Maurice Evans y Ralph Bellamy. La película narra la historia de una mujer embarazada que sospecha que una secta maligna quiere llevarse a su bebé para usarlo en sus rituales. La película obtuvo el reconocimiento casi universal de los ...

    • La semilla del diablo, (España), El bebé de Rosemary, (Hispanoamérica)
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  2. Rosemary's Baby es una miniserie estadounidense de dos episodios. Se trata de un adaptación de la novela de terror del mismo nombre escrita por Ira Levin. Fue escrita por Scott Abbott y James Wong y dirigida por Agnieszka Holland. La miniserie está protagonizada por Zoe Saldana, Patrick J. Adams y Jason Isaacs .

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    Guy Woodhouse, a stage actor, and his wife, Rosemary, move into the Bramford, a large Renaissance Revival apartment building in New York City. They disregard their friend Hutch's warning about the Bramford's dark past with witchcraftand murder. In the laundry room, Rosemary meets a young woman, Terry Gionoffrio, a recovering drug addict whom Minnie...

    Development

    In Rosemary's Baby: A Retrospective, a featurette on the DVD release of the film, screenwriter/director Roman Polanski, Paramount Pictures executive Robert Evans, and production designer Richard Sylbert reminisce at length about the production. Evans recalled William Castle brought him the galley proofs of the book and asked him to purchase the film rights even before Random House published the book in April 1967. The studio head recognized the commercial potential of the project and agreed w...

    Casting

    Casting for Rosemary's Baby began in the summer of 1967 in Los Angeles, California. Polanski originally envisioned Rosemary as a robust, full-figured, girl-next-door type, and wanted Tuesday Weld or his own fiancée Sharon Tate to play the role. Jane Fonda, Patty Duke and Goldie Hawnwere also reportedly considered for the role. Since the book had not yet reached bestseller status, Evans was unsure the title alone would guarantee an audience for the film, and he believed that a bigger name was...

    Filming

    Principal photography for Rosemary's Baby began on August 21, 1967, in New York City, where location shooting commenced. When Farrow was reluctant to film a scene that depicted a dazed and preoccupied Rosemary wandering into the middle of Fifth Avenueinto oncoming traffic, Polanski pointed to her pregnancy padding and reassured her, "no one's going to hit a pregnant woman". The scene was successfully shot with Farrow walking into real traffic and Polanski following, operating the hand-held ca...

    The lullaby played over the intro is the song "Sleep Safe and Warm", composed by Krzysztof Komeda and sung by Mia Farrow. The composition "Für Elise" is also frequently used as background music throughout the film. The original film soundtrack was released in 1968 via Dot Records. Waxwork Recordsreleased the soundtrack from the original master tape...

    Critical response

    In contemporary reviews, Renata Adler wrote in The New York Timesthat"The movie—although it is pleasant—doesn't seem to work on any of its dark or powerful terms. I think this is because it is almost too extremely plausible. The quality of the young people's lives seems the quality of lives that one knows, even to the point of finding old people next door to avoid and lean on. One gets very annoyed that they don't catch on sooner." Stanley Eichelbaum of the San Francisco Examinercalled the fi...

    Home media

    The Rosemary's Baby DVD, released in 2000 by Paramount Home Video, contains a 23-minute documentary film, Mia and Roman, directed by Shahrokh Hatami, which was shot during the making of the film. The title refers to Mia Farrow and Roman Polanski. The film features footage of Roman Polanski directing the film's cast on set. Hatami was an Iranian photographer who befriended Polanski and his wife Sharon Tate. Mia and Roman was screened originally as a promo film at Hollywood's Lytton Center, and...

    The scene in which Rosemary is raped by Satan was ranked No. 23 on Bravo's The 100 Scariest Movie Moments. In 2010, The Guardian ranked the film the second-greatest horror film of all time. In 2014, it was deemed "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant" by the Library of Congress and selected for preservation in the National Film Re...

    In the 1976 television film Look What's Happened to Rosemary's Baby, Patty Duke starred as Rosemary Woodhouse and Ruth Gordon reprised her role of Minnie Castevet. The film introduced an adult Andrew/Adrian attempting to earn his place as the Antichrist. It was disliked as a sequel by critics and viewers, and its reputation deteriorated over the ye...

    The film inspired the English band Deep Purple to write the song "Why Didn't Rosemary?" for their third album in 1969, after the band had watched the movie while touring the US in 1968. The song's lyrics pose the question, "Why didn't Rosemary ever take the pill?" The film was parodied in the 1996 Halloween episode of Roseanne, "Satan, Darling".

    Christie, Ian Leslie (1969). "Rosemary's Baby". Monthly Film Bulletin. Vol. 36, no. 420. London: British Film Institute. ISSN 0027-0407.
    Remembering Rosemary's Baby (Documentary short). The Criterion Collection. 2012.
    Sandford, Christopher (2009). Polanski: A Biography. New York City, New York: Macmillan. ISBN 978-0-23-061176-4.
    Rosemary's Baby at the American Film Institute Catalog
    Rosemary's Baby at IMDb
    Rosemary's Baby at Metacritic
    Rosemary's Baby at Rotten Tomatoes
  3. Rosemary's Baby: Directed by Roman Polanski. With Mia Farrow, John Cassavetes, Ruth Gordon, Sidney Blackmer. A young couple trying for a baby moves into an aging, ornate apartment building on Central Park West, where they find themselves surrounded by peculiar neighbors.

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  4. Rosemary's Baby R 1968, Horror, 2h 16m 96% Tomatometer 79 Reviews 87% Audience Score 50,000+ Ratings What to know critics consensus A frightening tale of Satanism and pregnancy that is even more...

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