Netflix fans go wild for 365 Days sequel saying it's 'crazier than last one'

4/28/2022 2:32:00 AM

The sequel to Netflix's 365 Days is here and fans have some thoughts...

The sequel to Netflix's 365 Days is here and fans have some thoughts...

The sequel to Netflix's controversial erotic thriller is here and fans have some thoughts

Fans are going wild over the sequel to controversial Netflix film 365 Days, insisting it’s “crazier than the last one”., 365 Days: This Day has arrived to continue Laura and Massimo's love story – with some added Mafia dealings thrown into the mix., 365 Days: This Day has arrived to continue Laura and Massimo's love story – with some added Mafia dealings thrown into the mix.After arriving at the Royal Arena in Copenhagen, Denmark, the band encountered a sign taped to the stage, reading: “NO PEE ZONE – No Urine Is To Be Deposited, Placed, Distributed, Sprinkled, Poured And/or Spread In This Immediate Area.

The first film arrived in 2020 and follows Laura (Anna-Maria Sieklucka) as she’s kidnapped by Massimo (Michele Morrone) and held captive for 365 days in an attempt to make her fall in love with him.The erotic thriller was controversial on its release, with some saying it glamorised kidnapping and abuse.Unsurprisingly, she survived and the sequel starts with Laura and Massimo getting married.The film also received criticism for its confusing storyline and character development, with it soon developing a cult following due to its "so bad it’s good" scenes.Their honeymoon period doesn't exactly last long though as their new beginning is complicated by a revelation from Massimo's past, just as Laura starts to get close to enigmatic gardener Nacho.In the popular Netflix movie, Laura, a sales director at a luxurious Warsaw hotel, takes a trip to Sicily with her boyfriend in a last-ditch attempt to save their relationship - and is soon kidnapped by Massimo, who has taken over the family business after his mafia boss father's assassination.It all builds to a shocking finale that will stun fans, but before we delve into it, a fair warning that there will be major spoilers Netflix 365 Days: This Day ending explained Before she gets married to Massimo, Laura reveals to her BFF Olga that she hasn't told him that she was pregnant.Get exclusive celebrity stories and fabulous photoshoots straight to your inbox with OK!'s daily newsletter In sequel 365 Days: This Day - which fans begged for - Laura and Massimo are reunited, but their relationship is jeopardised by his criminal family and a new, mysterious man who tries to win Laura's trust.” Register for free to continue reading Registration is a free and easy way to support our truly independent journalism By registering, you will also enjoy limited access to Premium articles, exclusive newsletters, commenting, and virtual events with our leading journalists register Please enter a valid email Please enter a valid email Password Must be at least 6 characters, include an upper and lower case character and a number Must be at least 6 characters, include an upper and lower case character and a number Must be at least 6 characters, include an upper and lower case character and a number First name Please enter your first name Special characters aren’t allowed Please enter a name between 1 and 40 characters Last name Please enter your last name Special characters aren’t allowed Please enter a name between 1 and 40 characters Select your year of birth 2004.

Directed by Barbara Białowąs, who co-directed the first film with Tomasz Mandes, This Day sees the two leads now in a consensual relationship, with the film promising to include "more extraordinarily steamy encounters" as well as "bitter jealousy and dangerous betrayals".They get married, but it doesn't take long for cracks to show as Massimo reverts to his old ways and Laura refuses to go along with all of his demands.They get married, but it doesn't take long for cracks to show as Massimo reverts to his old ways and Laura refuses to go along with all of his demands.Judging by the reaction to the film on social media, it’s lived up to that promise.One viewer wrote on Twitter: “Man this 365 days is crazier than last one awww”.Olga and Domenico get engaged at Christmas and seem happy together, further highlighting the chasm between Laura and Massimo.Many viewers commented on the film’s apparent lack of plot, with someone writing: “365 days: this day, you disappointed me.Things reach a head when at a party, Laura spies Massimo leaving with her former lover Anna and catches them at sexytimes.It was literally 90% sex scenes w/ 10% plot.Netflix She runs into Massimo's gardener Nacho outside the party and he takes her away to his father's house in Spain.

and idek what that 10% was?” “365 days: this day in a nutshell: 75% sex scene, 20% music video, 5% story line.That's it.He refuses and accuses her of being behind Laura's sudden departure.He refuses and accuses her of being behind Laura's sudden departure.That's the tweet,” another added.One fan even went to the trouble of counting the amount of sex scenes in the film, reporting back: “I counted about eight sex scenes in 365 Days: This Day".But it turns out they weren't as Laura actually saw Anna getting down with Massimo's twin brother Adriano, who Laura has no idea about as Massimo refuses to talk about his estranged brother! (You know he's the evil twin as he has a tuft of hair rather than Massimo's slicked-back look, and he also clicks his tongue before every line of dialogue.Another added: “10 mins into 365 days this day and they have f**ked twice”.) Netflix The plan was for Anna and Adriano to pick up Laura after the party, but she ended up going away with Nacho.

A different fan of the film quipped: “365 Days: This Day— lord forgive me for I'm about to sin…again.It doesn't mean that's a good thing for Laura though, as Nacho reveals he's the son of Don Fernando Matos, the"head of the local Mafia and eternal rival of your husband's family".” Critics of the first film said it "romanticised a dangerous relationship between a captor and victim", with singer Duffy even writing a letter to Netflix CEO Reed Hastings saying that 365 Days "eroticises" kidnapping and distorts sexual violence and trafficking as a "sexy" movie.Her letter, published by entertainment news website Deadline, followed a petition being set up on Change.She's had enough (understandable given her recent relationships), but is still forced to go to a meeting with Nacho's father where Massimo will also be in attendance.She's had enough (understandable given her recent relationships), but is still forced to go to a meeting with Nacho's father where Massimo will also be in attendance.org calling for the movie to be removed from Netflix for glorifying sex trafficking and facilitating sexual aggression towards women.A spokesman for Netflix pointed out at the time that the film carried high ratings for violence, sex, nudity, and violence.Massimo wasn't paying attention to their warnings, such as Laura's accident, and Adriano would be"more controllable" for Don Matos.

He also pointed out this was a Polish film released theatrically in several countries in February 2020 and Netflix had licensed the film and was not involved in the production.However, Massimo refuses as Adriano was responsible for their father's death."We believe strongly in giving our members around the world more choice and control over their Netflix viewing experience," the spokesman said.Unfortunately for Massimo, Laura ended up being taken by the wrong bodyguard when she arrived at the meeting."Members can choose what they do and do not want to watch by setting maturity filters at a profile level and removing specific titles to protect from content they feel is too mature." 365 Days: This Day is on Netflix now.A Mexican standoff ensues with Adriano holding Laura hostage, as well as taunting his brother about Laura's miscarriage.A Mexican standoff ensues with Adriano holding Laura hostage, as well as taunting his brother about Laura's miscarriage.For the latest updates on your favourite celebs, sign up to OK!'s daily celebrity newsletter.

.Massimo then shoots Adriano before he can shoot him.

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