The first time i watched this film was in april 2013 and then it was
the British Shameless Screen Entertainment DVD edition (seen above)
and now in 2019 i re-watched it in the Spanish DVD edition. Supposedly
this film was the follow-up to Massimo Dallamano's more
famous 1972 "Cosa avete fatto a Solange" where the action
takes place in a catholic girlschool in London. An alternative title
sequel is "The Coed Murders" and also here the victims are
teenage schoolgirls, lured into a prostitution ring offering underage
This film has got a lot of police procedure and even though the film
is pretty solid it's not as edgy as the first film. Maybe it's not even
a giallo, not a typical one anyway, but what it has is a NASTY MC driver
killer all dressed in black and with a meat-cleaver as his murder
weapon, fine actress Giovanna Ralli as an district attorney, always
good Mario Adorf in a minor role and a soundtrack
from Stelvio Cipriani.
Mario Adorf and Giovanna Ralli in "La Polizia
The Police are investigating the suicide of a 15 year
old girl who has hanged herself. The victim was Silvia Polesi (Sherry
she came from an upper-class rich family (her father played by Farley
Granger, a gialli veteran i.a. in the 1972 "So Sweet, So Dead"
The Red Headed Corpse). The police was alerted about the suicide by
an anonymous phone call and the girl had have sex before dying
and was pregnant. But who was the caller and was it really a suicide?
Sherry Buchanan as Silvia (she can also be seen
in Franco E. Prosperi's 1978 La Settima donna)
The police investigation of Silvia's death is at first
led by inspector Valentini (Mario Adorf) himself with a 15 year old
and he quickly hands over the case to homicide inspector Silvestro (Claudio
Cassinelli) and disappears from the film for some hour or so.
We then get to see Silvestri and his men doing some police procedure
and the DA Vittoria Stori (Giovanna Ralli) assist them.
The parents of the dead girl has hired a private detective to report
on the doings of the unruly teenager, but he's soon found murdered,
cut to pieces, and a fast and vicious killer on a motorcycle with a
cleaver as a weapon seems to be one step ahead the police.
Spanish DVD presented in a 2.35:1 anamorphic widescreen ratio with an
english 2.0 audio, no extras.
The UK Shameless Screen Entertainment DVD in anamorphic widescreen,
mono audio and with theatrical trailer, other trailers and with
a turnable sleeve