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Keel M.

"Rosemary's Baby" gets tv remake

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Keel M.
Roman Polanski’s 1968 adaptation of Ira Levin’s Rosemary’s Baby not only featured Mia Farrow’s most iconic role and quickly became a classic, but Polanski originally turned in a four-hour version of his film — which was later trimmed to two hours and 16 minutes, meaning much of Levin’s sprawling story had to be streamlined.

Now, NBC is bringing a full retelling of Levin’s novel with a miniseries that covers two nights and four hours, allowing many of the smaller, yet still significant moments to finally see the light of day.

A trailer is on the source link.

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I watched it. It was somewhat close to the book and the movie. The setting wasn't the same, of course, but France did have a spate of satanism in the past. It was back in the 1700s, and the satanists were just as disturbing as the ones in the NBC show.

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