Repulsion / Rosemary's Baby Movie Poster
  • Released
  • January 29, 2011
  • 1 Fan Ratings

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Repulsion / Rosemary's Baby Synopsis

Double Feature: REPULSION, 1965, Sony Repertory, 104 min. Director Roman Polanski’s second film was his first shot in English. Here, beautician Catherine Deneuve, pathologically revolted by men, goes off the deep end when her loving but worldly sister (Yvonne Furneaux) leaves for the weekend with her boyfriend (Ian Hendry). The men that interact with Deneuve over the ensuing hours - smitten young John Fraser and lecherous landlord Patrick Wymark - don’t have any idea what they’re in for. [35mm]<br /><br /> New 35mm Print! ROSEMARY’S BABY, 1968, Paramount, 136 min. Dir. Roman Polanski. A young New York couple move into a new apartment building, where they’re quickly befriended by lovable Ruth Gordon and husband Sidney Blackmer. All is not as it seems, though, and Farrow soon comes to suspect that her neighbors have truly sinister plans in store for her and her unborn baby. [35mm]

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