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Conspiracies and Conspiracy Film Season: Rosemary’s Baby

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CRASSH Conspiracies and Conspiracy Film Season

Roman Polanski’s notorious late ‘60s psychological thriller Rosemary’s Baby draws the paranoid anxieties of the conspiracy theory into the apartment block and inside a marriage. Within the home, the film exposes the same mechanics of fear and uncertainty that inform the political conspiracy theory. However, in Rosemary’s Baby, the domestic conspiracy – if it is really happening – seems to operate on an even grander, cosmic scale – a war between God and Satan. With an introduction by Michael Newton, film writer for the Guardian and author of Age of Assassins, who will discuss conspiracies and conspiracy theories, domestic, political and diabolical.

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