Dir. Roman Polanski. 1968, 136 mins. DCP. With Mia Farrow, John Cassavetes, Ruth Gordon. Roman Polanski turned the stately Dakota into Manhattan’s most infamous apartment house in his unsettling horror classic. Mia Farrow is the unfortunate mother-to-be, married to a sketchy Broadway actor (played by John Cassavetes) and possibly carrying an antichrist in her womb. Ruth Gordon steals the show as the sinister next-door neighbor.
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