What Have You Done to Solange?

What Have You Done to Solange?

What Have You Done to Solange?

1972. Directed by Massimo Dallamano

A classic Giallo entry, What Have You Done to Solange? is film about the consequences of sexual indiscretion and teenage social pressures with a school girl, slasher flick veneer.

Young girls at a school are being killed and the good looking professor quickly comes under suspicion. Using the common giallo trope of the amateur sleuth, said professor's quest to clear his name quickly transforms into a terse vigilante story.

Joe D'Amato's shaky reverse cam style is engaging without inducing nausea and the film's clever use of black and white to depict the past is a welcome addition to the puzzle box of the film's narrative.

Filled with gratuitous violence and nudity, this is an example of the films that the American slasher movies so often failed to emulate.

Brimming with madcap, campy performances and some of the most brutal death scenes put to film at the time, Dallamano's steady commitment to the subject matter shines without guilt or apology all the way to it's shocking conclusion.

Arrow Video has made this film available on Blu Ray/DVD with a stunning transfer. A must for cult cinema enthusiasts. 

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