Rosemary's Baby Explained: Realism & Control

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.

 


Criterion Collection


Phobias


Social Horror


Roman Polanski


Rosemary’s Baby