Mia and Roman

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Mia and Roman is a 1968 23-minute documentary film which was shot during the making of Rosemary's Baby. The title refers to Mia Farrow and Roman Polanski.

The film features footage of Roman Polanski directing the film's cast on set. It was directed by Shahrokh Hatami.[1]

It was screened as a promo film at Hollywood's Lytton Center,[2] and later included as a featurette on the DVD of Rosemary's Baby.

It is described as a "trippy on-set featurette"[3] and "an odd little bit of cheese".[4]


  1. ^ Shahrokh Hatami
  2. ^ "Checking Rumors on a 'Wild Bunch'". Los Angeles Times. July 9, 1968. p. E11. 
  3. ^ Mark Harris (October 27, 2000). "DVD Review: Rosemary's Baby: Collector's Edition". Entertainment Weekly. 
  4. ^ "POLANSKI BALANCES TERROR, HUMOR THE DIRECTOR ADDS DECEIT UPON DECEIT IN ROSEMARY'S BABY UNTIL WE FINALLY FIND THE TRUTH". Orlando Sentinel. October 20, 2000. p. 42. : "Also of interest is the short featurette Mia and Roman, an odd little bit of cheese shot during the production of Rosemary's Baby in which we learn that ..."

External links[edit]

Mia and Roman on Internet Movie Database