Anathema & Imprecation
1. a person or
detested or loathed: That subject is anathema to him.
2. a person or thing accursed or consigned to damnation or destruction.
3. a formal ecclesiastical curse involving excommunication.
4. any imprecation of divine punishment.
5. a curse; execration.
Instead of focusing on the art of celebrity—which, she insists, is anathema to credible screen performances—Weisz would rather clock time in films that make her proud.
"I remember watching a television interview with Gael García Bernal, and he was asked about the difference between being a celebrity and being an actor. He said, 'It’s apples and oranges, really.'
And that is so true," she says, matter-of-factly. "It’s a categorical error to talk about the two things in the same breath."
Does this mean that the original film’s spawn of Satan storyline and the [coven] would be excluded?
Polanski's main present to his producer was a naked coven of elderly [witches],
Was she an old hag with a mole on her face with hair growing out of it?