Rosemary's Baby Explained: Realism & Control
by The Take by ScreenPrism
Join ScreenPrism for an analysis of Roman Polanski’s 1968 horror masterpiece, Rosemary’s Baby, demonstrating that the true horror of the film lies in its realism—exploring close-to-home realities about pregnancy, religion, urban living, the female body and loss of control.
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