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Rosemary's Baby: A Retrospective (2000) *** 1/2 (out of 4) Director Roman Polanski, producer Robert Evans and production designer Richard Sylbert sit down for a look back at the making of ROSEMARY'S BABY. Evans begins off talking about how William Castle owned the property and wanted to direct it but this of course didn't happen. Polanski was slated to direct DOWNHILL RACER but Evans brought him over for this picture. Polanski talks about his influences for the film, his favourite scenes and even his favourite shots. The director also talks about the casting of Mia Farrow, the decision for the lead (both Robert Redford and Jack Nicholson were considered) and what he wanted for the ending of the picture. At under 20-minutes there's certainly nothing ground-breaking here but fanatics of the movie could play hearing these stories. The whole group does a very nice job at talking about everything from the making of the movie to them knowing that they were making something unique and something that was going to result people. I think a more detailed documentary should be made but at the same time there's no question that this one here does a great job.
This is one of the two documentary on my library's DVD of Rosemary's Baby. It's 16 and a half mins long.It consists of a series of, well, interviews with the cast and team of the movie, all done a number of years later, some specifically for this piece. Occasionally, the editing jumps between them when two folks have different(not to be confused with contradictory; what I mean is that they every express where they were coming from) things to tell on the same exact subject. There are movie clips, as well. The another documentary, The Making Of, has lots of behind-the-scenes footage, and those who place together the picture itself recorded what they tell in it back when it came out, which in general appears to be when it was made.This gives you a nice amount of notification on how they came to create the feature, a lot of it before they started filming. Who they considered for the main couple. Redford or Nicholson were almost chosen. They talk about why they picked the helping users that they did, and how satisfied they were with them(you didn't expect to be spared the typical lovefest, did you?).I suggest this to anyone interested in knowing more. 7/10
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