Kiss, kiss me…
When Farrow was reluctant to film a scene that depicted a dazed and preoccupied Rosemary wandering into the middle of a Manhattan street into oncoming traffic, Polanski pointed to her pregnancy padding and reassured her, “no one’s going to hit a pregnant woman”. The scene was successfully shot with Farrow walking into real traffic and Polanski following, operating the hand-held camera since he was the only one willing to do it.
Elia Kazan: Now what do you think of each other?
James Dean and Paul Newman in a screen test for East of Eden, 1954.
Frank Sinatra in Step Lively (1944)