A farrow is a litter of pigs. I implore you - the story is more eerie the more you watch it (I'm on something like my 5th or 6th viewing). In the 60s, we saw the fetus for the first time (note the poster, showing clearly how infantile rosemary becomes). We saw the star-child, the world from the moon, and the herbal overtake the medical - for what? To keep this "family" together? to mother us into the new decade?
My first shot at a Roman Polanski film(it was a assiduous choice). I see the brilliance and the ease in it's universal appeal. Respect to the man who can bridge a gap between 'art-house' or 'auteur' cinema and the 'commercial' or 'contemporary' cinema. Great Film.
Simply a film made to follow the current fashion of noir film in that time. Clearly a Hitchcock's copy in all aspects (lighting techniques for example). It is boring throughout the entire time with no one beautiful image or personal meaning by the director. It is too long to express the storytelling. Seems it was made to satisfy the interest of the public.