USA; 1968; 137 min; English language with Slovenian subtitles

Friday, July 13 at 23.00h OPEN AIR CINEMA (MAIN SQUARE)

Written and direcred by: Roman Polanski
Screenplay based on the novel by: Ira Levin
Cinematography by: William A. Fraker
Music by: Krzysztof Komeda
Cast: Mia Farrow, John Cassavetes, Ruth Gordon,
Sidney Blackmer, Maurice Evans, Ralph Bellamy
Produced by: William Castle
Production Company: William Castle Productions
Genre: horror

Young newlyweds Rosemary and Guy Woodhouse move into an eerie apartment building in New York City. They begin hearing strange rumours about the history of the building and the previous tenant of the apartment. Soon tragic events start happening, escalating after they meet their peculiar, eccentric neighbours. One night, Rosemary, after eating dinner with her husband, falls into a seemingly drug-induced, dreamlike state, and she has a vision of taking part in a strange ritual, during which a child is conceived. Suspecting a dark conspiracy, Rosemary starts fearing for the safety of her unborn baby...

Based on the bestselling novel by Ira Levin, and produced by William Castle, this masterpiece by Roman Polanski not only marks the beginning of the era of modern horror but also transcends the limits of genre cinema. Rosemary's Baby is now considered by many film historians and critics to be the best film made by Polanski, and is also widely acclaimed as one of the most important American movies of the 60's.