What Have They Done to Solange?
1972, Horror/Mystery & thriller, 1h 42m7 Reviews 1,000+ Ratings
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Enrico 'Henry' Rosseni
Mr. Leach, the headmaster
Critic Reviews for What Have They Done to Solange?
Weird, engaging, and unpredictably entertaining, What Have You Done to Solange? is worth checking out.October 20, 2020 | Rating: 3.5/5 | Full Review…
A lesser giallo film.September 27, 2020 | Rating: 2.0/4.0 | Full Review…
... one of the masterpieces of giallo, the distinctive Italian take on horror that combines a poetic, haunting beauty with Grand Guignol gore and a bent of sexual perversity. It's also one of the most disturbing entries in the genre...March 30, 2017 | Full Review…
A superbly plotted, dark and perverse thriller that is equal parts slasher and detective film, ringing with violence and dripping with sexualised imagery.January 17, 2017 | Rating: 5/5 | Full Review…
Even if it were loosely adapted from a Wallace mystery, the seemy sexual elements of the film's plot would have to have been invented by the scrrenwriters.January 16, 2017 | Rating: 2/4 | Full Review…
A sleazy, shocking giallo.February 6, 2016 | Rating: B- | Full Review…
Audience Reviews for What Have They Done to Solange?
Oct 24, 2011'What Have You Done to Solange?' is an intriguing giallo with unexpected twists and an ending that comes from nowhere yet works better than any nicely wrapped up ending I've seen in many a giallo. The movie has a few pacing problems, a couple odd performances, unintentionally funny dialogue, and for gore-hounds looking for a taste of blood they will be disappointed. Take the time out to enjoy a top-notch giallo and find out what did happen to Solange.Jonny B Super Reviewer
Apr 14, 2011What Have They Done to Solange? puts all of it's efforts into the mystery that it is uncovering. Unlike a lot of giallo, this one doesn't put the focus on overly gory death scenes and use the mystery as an excuse to string them together; it's focus is the mystery, and the murders are secondary to it. Due to the graphic and sexual nature of the death scenes, however; this is probably a good thing. The plot of the movie follows an investigation of the death of a schoolgirl. After the death, a teacher at the school, Enrico, becomes the main suspect because of his close affiliation to several of the girls in his class. When more schoolgirls turn up dead, Enrico and his wife decide to try and solve the murder themselves. The mystery pans out very intricately, and small clues as to who is the murder and their motive are given out slowly as the film goes along; thus keeping your interest, but not giving you enough to chew on so that you will be able to solve the mystery, but it does give you enough to chew so that you will be able to develop theories as to who the murderer is. This is a very good thing, as it makes sure that the film is interesting throughout and it is guaranteed to keep viewers on the edge of their seats. Trust me, you'll be begging to know who and why after the amount of suspense this movie builds up. That's not to say that this movie is all build up either; it pays off the viewer's patience at the end with a conclusion that is satisfyingly tragic, and also one that makes sense, and thereby gives the murderer and his intent a definite degree of potency, and we can even feel a little bit for him. A lot of Italian horror movies seem to fall down at the end as their conclusion doesn't make perfect sense, but that is not true of this movie; and that is a definite plus point. This movie is given another edge over a lot of other giallo thanks to a great score by the king of great scores, Ennio Morricone. As usual, Morricone's score fits the film and gives it more reason to be memorable. The acting in What Have They Done to Solange? is not one of its main plus points, but it's not bad either. The screenplay is great, though, mostly due to the fact that it doesn't feature anything that's needless and it keeps developing for the entire duration of the movie, and this therefore makes sure that the viewer has to pay absolute attention to the film as missing two minutes of it could result in missing something important to the mystery, and it therefore ties the viewer to the movie in that way. This movie isn't as heavy on style as other giallos; as previously mentioned there's no overly gory death sequences, but it more than makes up for this loss in style with an abundance of substance, and that is better for this kind of intricate mystery. Overall, What They Done to Solange? is an absolute highlight of the giallo style and is therefore recommended to anyone that likes this kind of movie. Unfortunately, What Have They Done to Solange is not readily available and that therefore means that people that want it will have to dig for it; but trust me, it's worth it.Cassandra M Super Reviewer
Aug 16, 2010The film is not as gory as many other brilliant Gialli, but the manner in which the murders are carried out is more than a bit nasty. It is well-written and enjoyable film that will have you guessing right up until the end. It has a good storyline, good performances and music.John M Super Reviewer
Aug 16, 2010Gets cheesy early and sets up residence quickly, but that's not to say this is a bad movie. What Have You Done To Solange is nasty, sleazy and silly. It jumps from serial killer movie to detective film. Add an Ennio Morricone score and you can do no wrong.Michael G Super Reviewer
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