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When she's going to get pregnant and I love that it's guy telling her we're going to get pregnant you know th this is him dictating she's going to have a baby and to pass them off and so and again it's something that's still relevant now it's very easy to believe a woman's been hysterical getting carried away with this he's that we hit the trash sisters did the transistor's aid them in one that we have many who to me is coated very Jewish with the way that she spent we have Dr Abraham Sacriston I don't think he'd get a more Jewish name other than Jewish mature son you know and it's just like it's so trashing though because coming at the end to the hays code this is a little bit of a tangent but one of the things that a lot of sentiment that brought in the hays code at the end of that period is why when the Catholics are kind of being undermined and finally the Hays Code laughed and you know you get these transcribed and Lynn Fontanne to be the candidates and they just weren't available because he was sick and it was Evans I think who suggested no maybe it was it was castle castle was friends with Louis Gordon's husband I think and that's and they kind of forced Polanski plus goes like no he didn't want Gordon but they forced him to have lunch with her and that he was lately one over so anyway that's just sort of interesting side but yeah you know I mean of course but I agree with a lot of what you guys are saying that's what happened we roam in Nope because William Castle Roman Polanski he's like who is this young guy of never heard women the producers have dinner with him and by the end of the dinner is to stay totally sold this is the guys do one thing we've certainly learned researching movies is you can't believe all of these stories even in the now more biographies of these even even what castle says or what Polanski says certainly Polanski it's been caught in a lot of fabrications in his memoir so aw they have their own midst around these movies and how it how they play out but the stories right one of the stories that I don't think we've brought up before is that they wanted Robert Redford to be the guy role which would have played completely against type I think it would have been interesting I love cavities and love him in this role he plays it to me pitch perfect but having Redford there as this such a clean cut boy next door I mean we've seen him place even before in the twilight zone episode that he was in where played against type which was really nice kind of that Brad Pitt thirty years later kind of thing at by the APP he has been like in this role and the other thing I've always wondered I've read a story that because there's this weird non sequitur when she meets Dr Hill Rosemary Dr Hill and she says Oh we just went to see the fantastic's and it's like okay I don't know what that has to do with anything but apparently in the in the screenplay the in the book and then also in the movie they shot a scene where she goes to see the fantastic's and there was a they meet up with Joan Crawford Johnson and which to me has the ring of truth to because of the Castle Joan Crawford connection that he could have probably gotten I know that she actually visited the set yes that really happens and Joan Crawford was very upset that they she ended up or they ended up clashing with Polanski I believe and they kind of were like okay oh fuck this and it was it was not a good it was a bad thing but it was it was they did go there in front of the theater and try to attempt to film it and I believe it fell apart because either Joan Crawford or van Johnson clashed badly with Polaski I think Van Johnson actually insulted plant ski you know maybe call the said he was shorter call them Opole Arkansas is some really bad story there but it is in the book anyway according to what I've read from these memoirs and by at many stacks of biographies but again like I said these are you never know what's what's really true ever mentioned the William Castle Cameo she wouldn't he's in the phone book but breath that is so well done all my God is that well done that's a four like a four and a half minute there's a lot of long continuous shots this movie which is very Polanski that's an incredibly long I mean me affair that was I believe I seen her first real scene shot in the movie and she nells set but it's incredibly difficult it seen and the I I never knew this till very recently the first person who you see with his back to the phone booth is in fact Dr Sapper Stein Nice Oh they must be wearing the same color soup but yeah they look from the back oh come on identical and then he walks away then William Castle walks in and so that really was Dr Sapper State I didn't know that until very recently surveyed insz in this field like people just turning up out of nowhere tunes Ryan like we talked about the scene when she's at Tiffany's Oh many just there and I just find that so creepy like they're following around and they know where she is and they just teared up oh it's just like oppressive and just guy standing there listening to her conversation with Hutch on the phone the night before Hutch goes into coma it's just like come on dude can't you fuck and leave the room he gives her no privacy whatsoever and I love that report hutches fantastic I mean Maurice Evans I think this is the same year that he was doctors as yet yet he was you know the way they Komo is just so because he's such support is such a ray of light for Rosemary and because we feed within from her point of view seen hatch becomes like a wonderful thing sees onus side and then when they just take him hours just like leave him alone he's as close to a father figure as she has in this movie and then Roman wants to be that father figure and it just does not arkwright he's like the bad father I mean you've talked about how we don't really see her family at all her family is in the book slightly but it's weekly a phone call from her sister saying I had a horrible dream about you that something bad is going to happen and that's the night that rosemary gets pregnant but really she they're very much at all in the families and they're so this whole coven becomes her family which is just super scary is another gothic thing because at all Jason we get the Gothic maiden issue she because this young woman is become orphaned or detached from a family in some ways she doesn't have thought support like something like Sheridan the families call me the whole premise of the novel where vampire infiltrates the home doc posing as a friend and a maternal figure happens because the mothers start and it's a recurring theme about the kind of try in thicket support in the the role of the family and the importance of the family and you know all these side is trying to attack the family and not so you need the low near that scene where it's raining and she should should famous screen show and she's just sitting there report was heartbreaking well definitely in the novel they worked at in as her family is very very Catholic and she married a guy is half price and half Jewish actually thank yeah or his mother remarried a Jew I think that's what it was his Protestant and then his parents were divorced and his mother remarried you something it's actually very spelled out eh one hundred percent it's religion and she wasn't married in a Catholic church in the whole thing so they worked at in to the theme that the whole theme obviously disguise for again it's religion greet scene of Hutch I think it's the last time we ever actually see him it's Hutch in Roman and it's the whole idea of Roman meets Hutch realizes that he's a threat and next thing you know guy is showing up hiring is makeup and he gives us whole bullshit excuse like Oh yeah they had to rewrite the scene or whatever and it just like really like basically forcing Hutch out of the apartment stealing one of his belongings and then again guy given this whole like oh I suddenly have a yet in for ice cream and running off you know it's just like Oh for fuck sake she is what's so great is picturing all the stuff that's going on behind the scenes the CASTA vets are like calling guy and say you gotta get your ass over here and you need to get Russian of Hutch and then you need to come over here with possession and you just can picture all of the phone calls and all of them running around and there's a scene in the book where guy runs out thing and she watches out the window and he never exits the building and it's because you know he's actually going to the cast vets to deliver something to them or to tell them tip them off to something all this stuff you don't see that's going on so much activity you don't see but you can hear it sometimes you hear the after Guy Leaves the doorbell rings and you can hear the doorbell but then it's really nice the way that Polanski then cuts to another doorbell being wrong and it's like okay was that like a lead in the previous scene or is this happening now and just that he uses little tricks throughout I love to that rosemary she looks at herself in the mirror quite a bit we talked about how lonely she is and she's always looking at herself and there's that wonderful wonderful moment where she's eating that is raw or I think in the book it's a chicken heart or something and she catches a glimpse of herself reflected in the toaster so it's distorted reflection and that was the very first time I saw this movie that was the moment for me when she catches a glimpse of herself reflected in that toaster all distorted with the blood in her mouth and it just again I thought about how she looks like a vampire especially when Hutch comes over and meets Roman Kesse that that was the moment where it looked like she was actually turning into a vampire she's become so primal essence she says this stuff about motherhood in this is wild like the I am the maternal instinct and everything funny drives it become protective at the end child any cost is that dilemma there isn't what do you do the stuff about the child losses while the ends particularly resonant when she thinks she's lost the bait okay but they're milking her which is just they're milking her and it's like you know so much Motherhood and women's bodies basically pushed around and proceed around and they don't have much consent in there are no things to change him but you know I've had five children and my last one was in section and you know this don't have a lot of agency in that situation anyway as soon as you're pregnant you kind of become a vassal annual go along to these tests all the time my notes for the obviously for the house of the baby be sometimes you do feel like you're so of in this town S. Chubut Doctors Party new taking things away from you like blades and Sam pulls and it can be an you do have that in this again very very Saturday just assume she's pregnant she should no longer bodies no longer around it starts assassins is guys it's woman's even minis but it's not rosemary's it's really interesting yes is quite free sabre very unscratched save I think well I think she loves the baby and of course that's how we kind of re wrapped up in a very sort of surprising way but one of my favorite bits is when she feels the baby kick and guy she told she tells guy touch touch my stomach shirks his hand away because he knows what's in there is not something he wants to be anywhere within ten feet of and I love I love that touch mine guys go no other guys can can be like that anyways I'm sure that's true swimming's things touchy touchy but you also have the other thing is when you're pregnant all of a sudden you suddenly become and I've seen the women campaigning about this so pepper property you have random people for some reason they seem to think consent doesn't matter once you're pregnant and so there is a lot of touchy and you see that in Rosement like the way mini as with her and kind of just takes over life and staff is I think he's wonderful and again I can't think of any the film that is being addressed like this in just a perception you know what it's like to be pregnant and have yeah but you you do not agency when you're pregnant and and people tend to get boundaries is well with US guesses what I'm trying to say I'm this film plays on that in a very very oppressive way which is very very clever a. and really insightful it's a it's a very fantastical movie obviously it's a fantasy but it's so plausible because of these human elements so these things that we recognize in real life these and of course the incredible casting with these actors just become people that you have met in your life and it's it's plausible you can picture you can picture and rosemary feeling the pressure to drink these drinks yeah that is the thing you know you think why would she he's like this whole thing that you'll very pressurized too I guess not so much now I think younger women NYC say of the Internet and there are a lot more shays ago seven years ago it was it was it was still kind of you know a lot of mystery surrounding childbirth and that and you could just read doctors tend to take in more of your information and consider what you're saying and believing where I've had I've never had kids so I can't compare the pregnancy experience but just in life with not just gynecological problems but all sleep problems I've had.