What Have They Done to Your Daughters? [DVD]
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In this sequel to 'What Have You Done to Solange?' (1972), a perverted murderer preys on Italian schoolgirls while prowling a dark underworld of vice and 'cappuccino sex'. The police investigate and soon discover evidence of a teenage prostitution racket. The cast includes Giovanna Ralli, Claudio Cassinelli and Mario Adorf.
We seea corpse cut up like a side of beef, a hand amputation..and a head roll out of a plastic bag. -- European Trash Cinema --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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The body of a schoolgirl is found strung up in an attic and this leads to a police investigation uncovering prostitution, corruption, murder, secrets, lies and deception.
It's a cracking slice of giallo cinema with an awesome chase scene involving the cops and a cleaver wielding motorcyclist, a great soundtrack by Stelvio Cipriani and quality central performances from Giovanna Ralli and Claudio Cassinelli as the D.A. and Inspector respectively.
Of course, the storyline might not be everyones cup of tea but the cover has a dude with a meat cleaver and a schoolgirl pulling her panties up and it kind of does what it says on the tin if you know what I mean.
After reading the reviews for this film I was determined to watch this and have my own say. In my opinion this is a great entry into the Giallo genre. What I found different with this Giallo is that the killer isn't someone who we have seen earlier in the film, his character doesn't have the hidden identity we are eager to discover but it is the identity of those behind the prostitution ring we what to uncover.
The film features as usual alot of violent killings all been carried out by the tradition man in black, but I found this particular killer alot more threatening than the usual killer as he is shown on screen in every murder and not the usual over used hand held POV shot which I can find makes films alot more cheesy when they are used to much.
The acting seems nothing special but I think thats down to the terrible dumbing but I was impressed by the performance from Giovanna Ralli as the District Attorney Vittoria Stori who helps Inspector Silvestri (Claudio Cassinelli) solve the case. I also liked the fact that there was no sexual relationship between the two as it becomes rather boring after seeing it in almost every Giallo ive ever seen. Theres a great score by Stelvio Cipriani and one of the themes used over some of the more tense conversation scenes is one of my favourite pieces of music ever used in a Giallo.
Overall this is top rate film/DVD that I would Recommend people buy.
Dellamano also deserves kudos for the outstanding "VENUS IN FURS" also beautifully presented by this same video label.
As mentioned above, the transfer is excellent with nice colour, contrast and framing. Shame less have done themselves proud here - more so than in their appalling transfer from decidedly dodgy elements of "Oasis of Fear" - a good film marred by unwatchable transfer 'lines' and imagery.
I highly recommend "WHAT HAVE THEY DONE TO YOUR DAUGHTERS" as an altogether satisfying, well written thriller not without it's moments of jaw dropping gore.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love all the Giallo.
And I love this one the most. It's pretty well-polished as this genre goes.
Awesome cinematography. I just lap it up! Read more
this is one of the better giallos that came out in the midseventies. Giallo is a horror movie that features a slasher killer. Often they have nudity in these as well. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Michael Dobey
Too much violence and not enough female exposure
Not what the title or cover suggests. Not my type of film at all.
A fair Euro film, where you see the events from the point of the police investigating. Not a horror film as most in this collection are.Published on 16 May 2012 by Andrew F
This film is a poor transfer from the original celluliod to DVD,one for the "anoracks".
Out of synch'and very dated, not for me!!