Rosemary's Baby is a 1968 psychological horror film directed by Roman Polanski and starring Mia Farrow (Rosemary Woodhouse), John Cassavetes (Guy Woodhouse), Ruth Gordon (Minnie Castevet), Sidney Blackmer (Roman Castevet) and Maurice Evans (Edward 'Hutch' Hutchins). It is based on Ira Levin's cult novel of the same name.
Aspiring actor Guy and his beautiful wife Rosemary move into a new apartment in New York City. The young couple are helped to get used to their neighbors Minnie and Roman Castevet. However, Rosemary is disturbed by their excessive hospitality and behavior. Although she tells her husband about this discomfort, he pays little attention to her. One night Rosemary dreams that she is being raped by a demonic entity and a few weeks later, when she learns that she is indeed pregnant, her suspicion and discomfort with the elderly couple, her neighbors, grows.
The fact that the great director Roman Polanski transferred the novel to the movie without any additions or subtractions prevented unnecessary, confusing dialogues and events in the movie. It is also possible to say that even the smallest detail in the movie has an impact on the course of events. The performances of the master actors and Polanski's shooting make the movie fascinating. We are sure that you will feel helplessness and fear deeply while watching the movie and you will even want to watch the movie again, have a good time.