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What Have They Done To Your Daughters? [1974] [DVD]

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  • Actors: Giovanna Ralli, Claudio Cassinelli, Mario Adorf, Mario Fabrizi, Farley Granger
  • Directors: Massimo Dallamano
  • Format: PAL, Widescreen, Anamorphic
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Shameless
  • DVD Release Date: 26 May 2008
  • Run Time: 86 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0015MTC10
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 11,407 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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"The naked body of schoolgirl leads the police to a teenage prostitution ring as vice & corruption explode onto the Italian streets in a blaze of machete-wielding fury.

When suspects in the case are killed by a mysterious stranger clad in motorbike leathers, the police realise that the trail of corruption goes all the way to the top, and set their sights on busting the case wide open. But as the body count rises, the crash-helmet-wearing motor-psycho colours the mean streets red in a bid to stop them.

Massimo Dallamano s masterful hybrid of giallo mystery and poliziotteschi thriller is interwoven with breakneck chase-sequences and a deeply cool soundtrack to create a landmark in 70s European cinema.

What Have They Done To Your Daughters? (cert. 18) is released uncut on DVD by Shameless Screen Entertainment. The film is presented remastered in 2.35:1 with English 2.0 sound, in region 0. Also included on the disc is a Shameless original trailer gallery and the DVD comes presented with a reversible classic artwork sleeve.

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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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After a teenage school girl is found murdered, a police inspector (Claudio Cassinelli) becomes determined to find who is responsible but what he finds is something far worse than he could have ever imagined, a group of young girls been forced into prostitution by a assembly of rich and highly influential businessmen.

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.
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I'd heard alot about this film and having just watched the superb Shameless presentation I can say I was very impressed. Director Massimo Dallamano is no hack (unlike Aristide Massacessi or even Lucio Fulci who's "New York Ripper" remains a career embaressment for example) Dellamano has crafted an outstanding police - slash - giallo film here. Impressive performances by all, even allowing for the dubbing process this works better than normal. Many genuinely tense edge of the seat moments with a few surprises along the way. As often is the case the music in these Italian genre pictures is worth mentioning on it's own merits - with this Stelvio Cipriani theme being wonderfully haunting.

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.
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What Have They Done to Your Daughters? (or, in its original Italian, La Polizia Chiede Aiuto) sees writer/director Massimo Dallamano hopping across genres, trading the amateur detective work of the giallo for the procedural structure of the polizia. For a while almost as popular as the giallo in Italy, this curious offshoot of the thriller genre frequently delved into the seedy underbelly of metropolitan Rome. Dallamano's offering is among the most sordid of the lot, covering teenage prostitution, rape, political corruption and the loss of innocence. The film deals with a teenage suicide which eventually uncovers a child prostitution ring which as usual, includes not just the petty sleazy oddballs (here personified by Franco Fabrizi) but also high-profile professionals (a celebrated doctor) and high-ranking government officials (a Minister). The cast is surprisingly good for this type of genre effort: Claudio Cassinelli (as the investigating Police Chief), Giovanna Ralli (unusually cast as a female D.A.), Mario Adorf as the policeman who finds the first body and also discovers that his own teenage daughter was once a "victim", the afore-mentioned Fabrizi and Hollywood veteran Farley Granger in a smallish role as the first victim's father. The film also features an exciting chase scene, which takes place across the streets of Italy with the meat cleaver welding psychopath in pursuit, one of the great highlights of this film. As usual for Italian genre movies, the music score is an asset and here it is provided by Stelvio Cipriani whose motif was very effective and memorable. This is a very suspenseful and tough-minded Thriller keeps the suspense going from the beginning to the end.Read more ›
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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. But while that was shocking back then , we now have nudity everywhere so it's not a big deal. what makes this a good film is that we don't know who the killer is until the end. That makes it a classic giallo slasher. the Italians made over 400 giallos between 1969-79 , after which the genre died basically. But this one was made in the genres heyday and it's very well done. The picture is good on this dvd at least until we get a blu ray version. After all dvd is a very outdated medium . But at least this looks decent.
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