“[The title] is an evocative question made even more evocative by the fact that the question, the answer, the character of Solange and even the name ‘Solange’ aren’t mentioned until 70 minutes into the movie. Up until then, it’s kind of a murder mystery, kind of a movie about adultery, sort of a movie about gossiping schoolgirls, and there’s, like, ESP or something going on. Honestly, it’s weird.” -- Kyle Anderson, Nerdist
Backed by Ennio Morricone’s abundantly creepy score, this giallo whodunit finds Fabio Testi (REVOLVER, GARDEN OF THE FINZI-CONTINIS) as a college prof with a taste for his female students who’s blamed for a string of murders. Top-shelf arthouse filmmaking, endless jazzy twists. And, director Massimo Dallamano was cinematographer on Leone’s A FISTFUL OF DOLLARS and FOR A FEW DOLLARS MORE!
A sexually sadistic killer is preying on the girls of St. Mary’s school. Student Elizabeth witnessed one of the murders, but her hazy recollections of a knife-wielding figure in black do nothing to further the police’s investigations. Why is the killer choosing these young women? And what does it have to do with a girl named Solange?