The first of Polanski’s “Apartment Trilogy,” “Repulsion” lacks the character intrigue of “Rosemary’s Baby” and the impish humor of “The Tenant,” both of which are “A” pictures. What it does have is some of the finest imagery you’ll find in any of Polanski’s films. And the very beautiful Catherine Deneuve. Now — I hate to speak ill of ol’ Katie, but I must say I found her performance a little lacking. It kinda feels like how an actress who really wants to show people in the third balcony that she’s bananas would play bananas. Because of this, I found myself wishing I knew more about the backstory — about why this woman is bananas. Ann disagrees. She says, “she’s a kook, why does it matter what made her kooky? You can see in the family photo that she was always a kook and she needed some help.” Maybe she’s right. Anyway, a fine, creepy, edgy film about a hymen. (Oh, yes, it is all about the hymen. The lipstick stain on the sheet toward the end? I have to spell it out? The plate of rabbit? What causes a rabbit to die, eh? Eh? And the only happy thing in the film? The sound of singing nuns. Nuns? Eh? Hymen? Eh?)