This insert shot from Rosemary’s Baby lasts for a good three or four seconds, and for a reason. You’re supposed to read this half-sentence and go “what does this mean?” It’s from a journal kept by a recently-deceased elderly woman who had come to know (or more precisely “associate” herself with) Roman and Minnie Castevet, her next-door neighbors in the Branford. First-time watchers of this Roman Polanski classic have no way of knowing what she meant but those who’ve seen it know exactly what and why she’s dead.