Daily Dialogue — November 30, 2012

November 30th, 2012 by

“Where’s my baby?”

Rosemary’s Baby (1968), screenplay by Roman Polanski, novel by Ira Levin

The Daily Dialogue theme for the week is giving birth, suggested by blknwite.

Trivia: Ira Levin felt Rosemary’s Baby is “the single most faithful adaptation of a novel ever to come out of Hollywood.” William Castle speculated the reasons for this were because it was the first time Roman Polanski had ever adapted another writer’s work. Unaware he had the freedom to improvise on the book.

Dialogue On Dialogue: What a heart-rending question that frames the rest of the movie.

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2 thoughts on “Daily Dialogue — November 30, 2012

  1. This is one of my favorite movies. I watched it after wrestling with the system and came to see it as a metaphor for what it’s like to create something and then have it taken from you in a mysterious and evil way. I bet Polanski was working from that angle as well. Some things never change.

  2. hermes sac says:

    hermes sac

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