What Have They Done to Your Daughters?
What Have They Done to Your Daughters?

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Police investigate apparent suicide of teen girl and uncover details of a teenage prostitution racket. They go on the hunt for a motorcycle riding killer.... (Full plot summary below)

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Police investigate apparent suicide of teen girl and uncover details of a teenage prostitution racket. They go on the hunt for a motorcycle riding killer.

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User Review - 8/10 by kyle d Very good giallo. The cleaver-carrying biker always steals the scenes! Brilliant chase sequence and music also.
User Review - 6/10 by Robert D Does not make the best use of its premise with a poor plot, but is quite well directed. What Have They Done to Solange? is better.
User Review - 6/10 by Sean N This follow up to 'What Have You Done to Solange?' is stylishly directed and has a very good soundtrack, but there's not really enough going on in the plot to keep your attention. Is less exploitative than Solange, and more concerned with its message about society, but ultimately feels quite loose and uninvolving.
User Review - 6/10 by mike p From Massimo Dallamano, the director of the iconic giallo "What Have You Done to Solange?", comes a pseudo-sequel of sorts, but essentially only in theme. "What Have They Done To Our Daughters?" was actually the second film in a planned trilogy of three "School Girls in Peril" gialli, but unfortunately Dallamano died before he could complete the last one (and was subsequently completed by another filmmaker). Anyways, returning to the film in question, I actually prefer this installment to the much more praised "Solange". The main reason being that the first felt much more exploitative in nature, and thus was not as effective in my mind. "Daughters" seems to take a more realistic approach, not focusing on the shocks found in nudity and gore as the first one seemed to revel in, but rather focusing upon the actual investigation of the crimes and how the events cause traumatic and emotional infliction upon the characters involved. Indeed, this film is much more socially minded, conveying how society often tries to exploit innocence for its own gain, and how the emotional disconnection and distance that is between the parents and their children often is what leads to their children becoming seduced by the society's malice. In addition, the direction is solid with well executed sequences of suspense. The musical score also is terrific, giving it even more emotional dissonance. However, despite the subtext it gives and the visual aura is possesses, the film lacks in having a strong narrative. The story adapts a police procedural formula, thus making it rather clear and focused, but unfortunately it isn't really focused on all that much. It doesn't lead to much of anywhere as we are given all the detail up front, thus causing it to feel rather dragged out. The ending is also anticlimatic. Despite this, it's a solid entry into the giallo canon, thanks mainly to its social commentary, strong direction, and solid musical score, but the story itself is very thin and dragged out... if only it had more plot to it this could have been one of the better gialli.

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