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After a personal tragedy leaves Rosemary and Guy Woodhouse anxious for a fresh start, the young married couple departs for Paris where Guy has landed a job teaching at The Sorbonne. Upon ... See full summary »


Agnieszka Holland


Ira Levin (based on the novels "Rosemary's Baby" and "Son of Rosemary" by), Scott Abbott (teleplay) | 2 more credits »




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Zoe Saldana ... Rosemary Woodhouse
Patrick J. Adams ... Guy Woodhouse
Carole Bouquet ... Margaux Castevet
Christina Cole ... Julie
Jason Isaacs ... Roman Castevet
Olivier Rabourdin ... Commissioner Fontaine
François Civil ... Jacques
Rosemarie La Vaullée Rosemarie La Vaullée ... Victoria Plasir
Eva Lutz Eva Lutz ... Laura Veaulieu
Wojciech Pszoniak ... Mr. Wees
Hiro Uchiyama Hiro Uchiyama ... Yoshiro Kawashiri
Joseph Malerba Joseph Malerba ... Paul
Sarah Stern Sarah Stern ... Female Surgeon
Stany Coppet ... Anesthesiologist
Frédéric Pierrot ... Father Tekem


After a personal tragedy leaves Rosemary and Guy Woodhouse anxious for a fresh start, the young married couple departs for Paris where Guy has landed a job teaching at The Sorbonne. Upon arrival a series of unfortunate events occur, and soon Rosemary and Guy are presented with an offer they can't refuse - an apartment with the most prestigious address in the city. They find comfort in this strange city among their new friends and neighbors, Roman and Margaux Castevet, but soon find the apartment comes with a haunted past. This well-to-do successful older couple take the newcomers under their wings and become very involved with the Woodhouse's lives. Meanwhile Rosemary spends some quality time with her dear friend Julie learning how to cook at Le Cordon Bleu. Everything seems wonderful as the couple decide to try to conceive a baby. Written by Jiilo_Kim

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Release Date:

11 May 2014 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Paris, France

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Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Pray for the New Rosemary's Baby
14 May 2014 | by wes-connorsSee all my reviews

In Paris, an attractive pregnant woman jumps out of her apartment window, and splatters her bloody body on the sidewalk. Next, likewise attractive American ballet dancer Zoe Saldana (as Rosemary "Ro" Woodhouse) suffers a miscarriage. She and her struggling writer husband Patrick J. Adams (as Guy Woodhouse) will eventually be "connected" to the couple in the opening scene. They move to Paris, where Mr. Adams gets a professorial job. An unholy combination of providence and happenstance arranges for Saldana to have her purse snatched, which leads to a meeting with eerie Carole Bouquet (as Margaux) and her weird husband Jason Isaacs (as Roman Castevet). The wealthy couple decides to set the younger couple up as parents to a new version of "Rosemary's Baby" (1968)...

The first part of this two-part TV Movie re-make of the classic film – which was originally directed by Roman Polanski and starred Mia Farrow – covers events before "baby night" (the big one)...

Many of the changes are plausible and interesting, but they add little and bring along a new set of problems. For example, introducing a parallel couple works, but it does make the villains seem less powerful and mysterious. The biggest strength is the expanding of the character played by Mr. Adams, but we jump from him being suspicious (like when he encounters his parallel) to participating wholeheartedly (we guess, from the ending of part one). One of the oddest additions is how Saldana, director Agnieszka Holland and filmmakers (including several Saldana family members) give the relationship between "Rosemary" and her attractive sponsor a Lesbian vibe. They kiss several times and Ms. Bouquet even gets to cure a headache by sensuously stroking Saldana's chest. Well, if it works...

***** Rosemary's Baby (5/11/14) Agnieszka Holland ~ Zoe Saldana, Patrick J. Adams, Carole Bouquet, Jason Isaacs

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