New Movies: Rosemary's Baby

Satan is not dead. Among other vivid manifestations, he has for the past 14 months been one of the leading characters in Rosemary's Baby, Ira Levin's best-selling chiller about the powers of darkness at work in a Manhattan apartment building. Now Old Nick, along with a covey of attendant diabolists, is making Rosemary's life miserable in a film version by Polish Director Roman Polanski (Knife in the Water, Repulsion). Even readers of the book (2,300,000 copies) who know how Baby comes out are in for a pleasant surprise: the very real acting...

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