Talk to your kids about…
By the end of the movie, you realize there are many people Hal views in a manner different than their actual appearance. Why did he not see Rosemary’s dad in a distorted way? What about his neighbor across the hall?
Could this movie have been just as effective if we would have seen Rosemary from Mauricio’s perspective? Why or why not? What type of anticipation do the creators achieve by not revealing her true outward appearance until the end? How did you react to the “real” Rosemary?
Has there ever been a time when you have misjudged someone based on appearance? What efforts can we make to correct our inherent desire to do this?