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Rosemary's Baby (1968)

From the haunting opening notes of a lullaby to the otherworldly aerial shot floating over New York, Rosemary’s Baby is undeniably a stunning Hollywood debut for Roman Polanski. 624 more words

Review

In the Garden of Krakow (Part 3)

That night he dreamed of Krakow. He walked. His footsteps ringing like bells. The streets empty. Not a soul in sight, and the chill hinting that there were none to be seen. 1,459 more words

Today I Re-Watched: Carnage (Roman Polanski, 2011)

Carnage (dir. Roman Polanski, 2011)

ALAN: Yes, Doodle, we care in a hysterical way. Not like heroic figures of a social movement. (To Penelope.

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Don't read the news

There’s a simple thing I see
persevered by ignorant society.
Truth it comes-not readily.
The news forgot what it’s suppose to be-ethics be damned quite hastily. 354 more words

Poetry

Roman Polanski Gets New Court Date That May See Him Return To U.S.

EXCLUSIVE: Almost 40 years after he fled the U.S. to escape a long jail stretch for having sex with a 13-year-old girl, Roman Polanski may be one step closer to coming back to Los Angeles to face justice on his own terms. 702 more words

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Roman Polanski Seeks Sealed Transcript in Renewed Bid for U.S. Return

An attorney for Roman Polanski has asked a judge to unseal transcripts related to the director’s 1977 rape prosecution, in hopes of allowing him to return to the U.S. 226 more words

News

Roman Polanski Seeks To Have Prosecutor's Testimony Unsealed

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Roman Polanski’s attorney has asked a Los Angeles judge to unseal testimony given by a former prosecutor who handled the fugitive director’s long-running sexual assault case. 127 more words

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