365 Days 2: The Netflix film 365 Days proved to be a huge hit with audiences and fans have been begging for its sequel since its release in February last year. This controversial erotic Italian-Polish film stars Michelle Morone and Anna-Maria Cicluka.
The plot centers around the kidnapping of sales director Laura (Anna-Maria) by Sicily Mafioso Massimo (Michelle). Michelle gives him 365 days to fall in love with him, and there are erotic games and discoveries. The film is considered one of the most-watched movies on Netflix so far.
About 365 days Sequel
Yes. Finally, it has been confirmed that there will be a 365-day sequel. Even better, there will actually be two sequels. And the first one has already started filming! There will be parts 2 and 3 of 365 days, in which Michelle and Anna-Maria will reprise their roles as Massimo and Laura.
Variety explains that the new plot will include a new Mystery Man who will try to win over Laura – much to Massimo’s dismay. Massimo’s family ties with the mafia will also put additional pressure on their relationship.
The first film was the acquisition of Netflix, and it is understood that Netflix will have more input on the upcoming sequel.
When will 365 days 2 released?
An official release date remains to be confirmed for 365 days. But given that production has begun – we predict that it will actually be out very soon!
Why was 365 days controversial?
365 days were received, with widespread controversy for its graphic sexual and violent nature. There was also concern about consent. It currently has a 0% critics approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes in 365 days – despite millions of viewing and many fans demanding a sequel.
What’s more, The Daily Beast described it as: “Come to fake colliding and grinding, ridiculous drama, paused acting, hilarious soundtracks and made for aggressive thoughts of laughter about man and woman’s will Stay. “
While Variety criticized the film: “An empty idiot is kidnapped by a hot, rich mafia and given 365 days to fall in love in this objectionable, ridiculous softcore fantasy.”
There is also a petition on Change.org that the film is removed from Netflix as activists claim it is glorifying rape and sexual violence. The petition has more than 95,000 signatures at the time of publication. Sexual assault survivor singer Duffy also wrote a letter demanding that the film be removed from Netflix.