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  • The sex-filled new erotic drama, 365 Days, has taken Netflix by storm.
  • Below, the team breaks down the biggest plot holes in the film—because we have a lot of questions.

Netflix's new erotic drama 365 DNI, or 365 Days in English, has been in the streaming giant's top 10 for weeks for a reason. The plot of the scandalous movie follows a predatory Italian mob boss named Massimo (played by the dreamy Michele Morrone) who kidnaps a woman named Laura (Anna Maria Sieklucka) and gives her 365 days to fall in love with him. It's just as outlandish as it sounds.

Both sexy and out of this world ridiculous, 365 Days—adapted from a Polish book series of the same name—is so bad that it's actually good, packed with moments that require multiple re-watches to fully grasp the reality of what's happening on your screen. (Don't even get us started on that boat scene.)

We here on the team count ourselves among the many viewers who have helplessly fallen victim to the 365 Days craze. Our obsession has led to plenty of conversation at our (virtual) office, because what can you expect from a movie overflowing with plot holes? Below are all the questions we had that left us both confused and...yes, a little hot and bothered.

1.Who was that woman Massimo was watching on the beach?


This introduction scene was, quite honestly, very confusing. With a first look at the hair-raising lengths Massimo is willing to go for love, we catch him using binoculars to spy on an unsuspecting woman at the beach yards away. Despite magically dreaming up a vision of Laura seconds later after being shot, upon multiple re-watches, it's still a little unclear—but it seems like the Random Beach Lady was indeedLaura. Which is confusing, because Laura never later in the movie brings up that she was on that beach that day.

Regardless of what Laura was doing there, it seems her sole purpose was to provide opportunity for Massimo's dad to serve up this foreboding line: "Beautiful women are heaven for the eyes and hell for the soul." Our Italian leading man's response? "And purgatory for the wallet."

2. And was she not a witness to Massimo's dad's assassination?

Moments later, his father is tragically shot and killed, with Massimo caught in the cross fire. But two things: 1) Was Laura not a witness to this horrific murder seeing as she was just hanging out nearby? And 2) How was Massimo's dad shot...because they were on the roof top of a super old castle, on the Mediterranean coastline, in the middle of nowhere in Italy. There didn't seem to be a building for miles. So...did the sniper just appear out of thin air?

3. What is Laura's job?


This soon-to-be-kidnapped woman's career is never fully fleshed out. All we see is her in an unnecessarily intense nighttime boardroom meeting where she's yammering on about checking a band into a hotel, overbooked rooms, and a Japanese/American media frenzy. Now, if we go back and reference the books, we know that she's an executive in sales for a luxury hotel. But in the movie? Not so clear.

4. Is Massimo a vampire?


Seconds before delivering his creepy signature line, "Are you lost, baby girl?" Massimo literally runs up on Laura from out of nowhere. He disappears just as fast, and continues to display this inhuman ability throughout the film. We know 365 Days isn't a fantasy, but there's only one possible explanation...

5. Why on earth was Laura moseying around at night alone?

Like, we understand that the girl was shook from a fight with her boyfriend, but why was she just wondering around solo at the streets of some random vacation town? She literally got kidnapped because of it.

6. What happened to the cocaine container, and why was it such a big deal?

Seconds after the film's 10:00 mark, Mario tells Massimo, "Somebody has taken our container with the cocaine." This vague piece of information seems to send Massimo into a rage, causing him to take out his frustrations on the mouth of the flight attendant. (We know.) We never hear about this upsetting cocaine container again, but another quick question? Wouldn't a billionaire mob boss have pounds of cocaine... or a stash—not a mere container?

7. Have Massimo's associates become desensitized to his Mile High Club antics?

We saw Massimo get some action not once—a blowjob from the stewardess—but twice—some finger play with Laura—on his private jet. Both times, his crew was very much present and obviously knew what was going on. Does this man have no shame? (We know he doesn't, but still.)

8. How did Massimo's scary-accurate Laura portraits come to be?

OK, this is a hotly contested topic at the (remote) offices. Massimo explains that the sole time he saw Laura was in his bizarre near-death vision. So how on earth was he able to commission a couple of very accurate giant portraits of her face to hang up in his Italian villa/lair? Is he an expert painter with a photographic memory? Did he dictate meticulous details to a master sketch artist? Has he been watching Laura longer than he let on? Make it make sense!

9. How did Massimo have an entire BDSM set-up in his hotel suite?


Before our horny duo actually get it on, they have a very 50 Shades evening in a hotel. Massimo's suite is equipped with chains, ankle and wrist shackles, and a "telescopic tube" he proudly proclaimed to Laura. Does he travel with this stuff, or did he put in a special room service request?

10. Did Laura throw herself off the boat, or fall?

This has also been up for debate on our team. Right before that scene, Laura dramatically falls from the boat and plunges into the Mediterranean Sea. But did she throw herself over the edge...or was the tumble an accident? You tell us.

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11. Who was driving the yacht during Massimo and Laura's 24-hour open-air sex session?

First-off, there's no denying that that whole sequence was sexy as hell. But as we got lost in flashbacks, we couldn't help but think about who actually witnessed that action? Someone was captaining that boat—in addition to Mario, who was an actual passenger—and they got to see it all, because Massimo and Laura were shameless and did not give AF.


12. And what happened to Laura's mysterious "heart condition?"

In the early moments of the movie, both Laura's ex and Massimo express concern about her unnamed heart condition. But as we get further in the film, it's never mentioned again, and apparently her illness is triggered by a sedative...and not by a boat sex marathon with an Italian stallion.

13. What is with the whole blonde haircut/wig situation?

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Laura was barely separated from Massimo when she had a whole breakdown, complete with a new 'do. The platinum blonde asymmetrical haircut was a choice, and we have thoughts. First: Is it possible to go from brunette to Daenerys Targaryen-blonde that quickly? Or was it a wig? And either way, why was her hair so stiff? Laura has access to Massimo money and she can't get a little Covergirl bounce? And finally: Did her hair really have to stay that way for the rest of the film?

14. How did Laura have time to get a pointed tip manicure while developing Stockholm Syndrome?

Speaking of personal beauty standards, Laura's mani was quite literally on point throughout the entire film. But with all that was going on (getting abducted by an Italian mob boss who forced her to fall in-love with him in 365 days), when did she have time for upkeep?

15. Did Massimo drug Laura's ex-boyfriend?

When he first kidnaps her, our sinister leading guy showed Laura photos of her boyfriend cheating on her the night before. But when she sees her ex again at the club in Warsaw, he insists he can't remember a thing from that night. Hmmm....

16. How long were the two separated when Laura went to Warsaw?

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Upon their frantic reunion, Laura expresses to Massimo, "You don't know what you put me through!" But, like, what exactly had she been through, and for how long? The editing was a little confusing, but it seemed that they were apart for no more than 24-hours. And in that time, she got a terrible new haircut, day drank with her bff, and partied at the club. That doesn't sound too bad to us?

17. How did she get a job while she was kidnapped?

In the middle of receiving her awful makeover, Laura gets a call informing her she "was offered the position of general manager at Preston." Forget that we don't actually know what "Preston" is, but Laura has just come back from being abducted for a couple months. When did she have time in captivity to apply for this magical position? Or did Massimo pull some strings?

18. Who warned Mario that Laura was about to be killed?

Mario admitted to Laura that he didn't like her, so was he in cahoots with the goons who tried to kill her? Or is he just extra good at his job as number two and had an informant on the other side? I guess we'll find out in the sequel.

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365 DNI has two raunchy sequels as Laura betrays Massimo for hot new hunk

Erotic thriller 365 DNI has been a huge hit since its debut on Netflix.

The Polish-made film follows beautiful sales director Laura (Anna-Maria Sieklucka) as she is kidnapped by a mafia family member Massimo (Michele Morrone).

The hunky bad boy gives Laura a total of 365 Days to fall in love with him as he faces threats from other criminal elements.

Along the way, Laura is drawn increasingly to Massimo, leading to highly erotic scenes between the pair.

In fact, the scenes have been so raunchy that many were convinced the actors had real sex on camera, while others criticised the film for 'romanticising Stockholm syndrome'.

The film ended on a cliffhanger as Laura vanished from Massimo's grasp, but will we get a follow-up?

*Spoiler warning for 365 DNI novels*

Well, the first film is based on the novel of the same name by author Blanka Lipinska, which is only the first in a trilogy of novels.

The second novel is entitled Ten Dzień (which means 'This Day') and sees Massimo rescue Laura from evil kidnappers.

Once rescued, the pair become engaged and get married, going on to live a life of luxury together.

However, their new life together is cancelled when Laura is kidnapped by another crime boss: Marcelo "Nacho" Matos.

Slowly, Laura begins to fall for Nacho and there is a battle for her love between Nacho and Massimo.

In the end, Massimo manages to get Laura back, but she is left wounded in the process.

The second book also introduces Massimo's hunky twin brother Adriano, who opted for a life away from his criminal family to study in the UK.

Laura finds a sexy new relationship - with another kidnapper

Perhaps Michele Morrone will play dual roles in the sequels?

The third and final book in the series, Kolejne 365 DNI (or Another 365 Days), follows the pair as the potential for parenthood dawns.

However, Massimo is forced to choose between the life of his wife and the life of their unborn child.

He makes his pick, but the result changes the couple forever.

The original film garnered criticism by angry viewers claiming it "glamourised rape"

Naturally, the prospect of a sequel will go down a treat with fans of the show, some of whom have already been begging Netflix for a sequel.

Yet, as the coronavirus pandemic disrupts the film industry, any filming on sequels will no doubt be delayed considerably.

Regardless, when/if they do arrive, we are sure they will remain controversial just from the plot of the novels alone!

365 DNI (365 Days) is available now on Netflix.

What did you think of 365 DNI (365 Days)? Do you want sequel films? Let us know in the comments below.

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365 Days (2020 film)

2020 Polish film

365 Days
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Theatrical release poster

Polish365 Dni
Directed by
  • Barbara Białowąs
  • Tomasz Mandes
Screenplay by
Based on365 Dni
by Blanka Lipińska
Produced by
  • Maciej Kawulski
  • Ewa Lewandowska
  • Tomasz Mandes
CinematographyMateusz Cierlica
Edited byMarcin Drewnowski
Music by
  • Michał Sarapata
  • Mateusz Sarapata


  • Ekipa Sp. z o.o.
  • Future Space
  • Next Film
  • TVN
Distributed byNext Film

Release date

  • 7 February 2020 (2020-02-07) (Poland)

Running time

114 minutes
Box office$9.5 million[1]

365 Days (Polish: 365 Dni) is a 2020 Polish eroticromantic drama film directed by Barbara Białowąs and Tomasz Mandes. It is based on the first novel of a trilogy by Blanka Lipińska.[2][3][4] The plot follows a young woman from Warsaw in a spiritless relationship falling for a dominant Sicilian man, who imprisons and imposes on her a period of 365 days for which to fall in love with him. It stars Michele Morrone as Don Massimo Torricelli and Anna-Maria Sieklucka as Laura Biel.

The film was released theatrically in Poland on 7 February 2020 and was later made available on Netflix on 7 June 2020,[5] quickly gaining global attention.[3][5][6] It was one of the most watched items in numerous territories on multiple continents, and had one of the longest periods as the most watched item in Netflix's history in the United States.

Despite its popularity, the film received overwhelmingly negative reviews from critics, who heavily criticized for its screenplay, direction and acting, and is considered one of the worst films of all time due to depiction of Mafia glorification and heavily use of sex sequences including sexual violence, which unfavorably compared to the Fifty Shades Trilogy.[7] Due to a large viewership on Netflix worldwide, two sequels are in production.


After a meeting between the Torricelli Sicilian Mafiacrime family and black market dealers, Massimo Torricelli watches a beautiful woman on a beach and talks with his father, the mafia boss. Suddenly, the dealers shoot Massimo and his father; Massimo survives while his father dies from his injuries.

Five years later, Massimo is the leader of the Torricelli crime family. In Warsaw, Laura Biel is unhappy in her relationship with her boyfriend, Martin. Laura celebrates her 29th birthday in Italy with Martin and her best friend Olga, but after Martin visits Etna without her, she goes for a walk and runs into Massimo, who kidnaps her.

At his villa, Massimo reveals to Laura that she was the woman at the beach five years ago and that when he was injured, all he could think about was her. After searching for years and finally spotting her, he kidnapped her, intending to keep her as a prisoner for 365 days in the hopes that she will fall in love with him. He also promises her that he will not have sex with her without her consent while aggressively groping her.

As they spend time together, Laura teases him and then refuses to have sex with him. At a hotel in Rome, she begins to tease him again and he cuffs her to the bed. Massimo then makes Laura watch him receive oral sex from another woman. Afterward, he claims he is going to penetrate her but changes his mind and orders her to get dressed for a club.

At the club, Laura flaunts herself for Massimo and his friends, angering him. When she begins to flirt with a man from the rival mafia family, the man gropes her. Massimo draws his weapons and Laura is taken out of the club. The following morning, she awakens on a yacht to Massimo and his fellow mafioso, Mario, arguing. Massimo confesses that he shot the man's hand who had groped Laura, inciting a war between the two families. Laura attempts to apologize, but Massimo blames her for the incident. They argue and Laura falls into the water and starts to panic. Massimo jumps in to save her. When she regains consciousness, he admits he was scared she might not make it and does not want to lose her. Laura begins to fellate Massimo and the two engage in sex, anal and oral, repeatedly.

Later that evening, Massimo and Laura attend a masquerade ball, where a woman named Anna threatens Laura. Massimo reveals that he dated Anna, told her that he would leave if he found Laura and did so when he recognized Laura at the airport.

After the ball, Massimo and Laura have sex again. He tells her he is sending her to visit her loved ones in Warsaw and promises to join her after finishing up business. He then tells her he loves her.

On the car ride to the airport, Domenico, another one of Massimo's mafiosos, tried to reassure a nervous Laura that Anna won't hurt her, but gets a phone call, tells Laura to wait in Warsaw and rushes away.

In Warsaw, Laura waits for Massimo for days with no contact. She reconnects with Olga and they go clubbing. She runs into Martin, who says he has been looking for her to apologize. He attempts to convince her to reconcile and follows her back to her apartment, where Massimo is unexpectedly waiting. Martin leaves and Laura and Massimo have sex. When Laura opens his shirt, she discovers his wounds from the ongoing conflict. She confesses to him that she loves him. The following morning, Massimo proposes and she accepts. However, she asks him to keep his "occupation" a secret from her parents.

Back in Italy, Mario informs Massimo of rising tensions. Laura mentions feeling unwell but brushes off seeing a doctor. They discuss their upcoming wedding that her family is not allowed to attend, as she does not want them to discover what Massimo does. However, Massimo allows Olga to come as Laura's bridesmaid. When Olga visits, Laura reveals she is pregnant. Olga urges her to tell Massimo about the pregnancy. Laura calls him and asks if they can talk after dinner. Meanwhile, Mario receives a phone call from a Torricelli informant that the rival mafia family is about to kill Laura. Laura's car enters a tunnel but does not come out the other side. Mario rushes to find Massimo just as Laura's call drops. Realizing the implications, Massimo breaks down. A police car blocks the entrance of the tunnel.



The film scenes were primarily shot in Poland (Warsaw, Krakow and Niepołomice) and in Italy (Sanremo).[9]


The film's theme song "Feel It",[10] along with the songs "Watch Me Burn", "Dark Room" and "Hard for Me", are sung by Morrone. The songs "I See Red," "Give Em Hell" and "Wicked Ways" were sung by Everybody Loves an Outlaw, a.k.a. Bonnie and Taylor Sims.[11] "I See Red" made #1 on Spotify's Viral 50 chart in the US, with "Hard for Me" also in the top 5.[11] Morrone and Everybody Loves an Outlaw entered the top 10 of Rolling Stone's Breakthrough 25 Chart.[11]


365 Days was released in Poland on 7 February 2020, grossing $9 million.[1] In the United Kingdom, the film received a limited theatrical release on 14 February 2020, and grossed $494,181,[1] before premiering on Netflix in June 2020.[12]


The film made the top three most viewed items on Netflix in numerous territories, including Germany, Brazil, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, Lithuania, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Belgium, Turkey, Sweden, Austria, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Greece, Romania, South Africa, Portugal, Pakistan, Bangladesh, India, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom, Mauritius, Canada, Israel, New Zealand, Malaysia, and the United States.[13][14] It was the first movie to have two multiday periods as Netflix's #1 movie in the US: it was #1 for 4 days, then replaced in that position by Da 5 Bloods, but then, 3 days later, returned to #1. The film has thus had 10 days as #1, the second highest in the chart's history.[15]

365 Days drew parallels with the 2015 erotic drama Fifty Shades of Grey.[16][12][17][18] It was criticised for romanticising kidnapping and rape.[19][20][21][22]Review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes collected 16 reviews and identified 0% of them as positive, with an average rating of 1.9/10.[23]

Jessica Kiang of Variety described the film as "a thoroughly terrible, politically objectionable, occasionally hilarious Polish humpathon".[24]The Guardian, after citing other media – "Variety called it 'dumber-than-hair'. Cosmopolitan labelled it 'the worst thing I've ever seen'" – highlights the film's "dismal dialogue", poor character development and unsexy sex scenes.[25]

On June 17, 2020, Collectif Soeurcières, a French feminist collective, started an online petition through, addressing Netflix France, to pull the film from streaming availability. As of August 16, it gained 40,000 signatures.[26] On July 2, 2020, singer Duffy wrote an open letter, addressing Netflix CEO Reed Hastings, criticizing the film for glamorizing sexual violence. "This should not be anyone's idea of entertainment, nor should it be described as such, or be commercialized in this manner", she said.[27] After this, another petition, initiated by social media influencer Mikayla Zazon, gained over 70,000 signatures.[28] On July 8, 2020, PTC president Timothy F. Winter requested Netflix to remove the film from the platform.[29]


In March 2021, the film was nominated for six Golden Raspberry Awards, including Worst Picture, becoming the second foreign-language film to be nominated for Worst Picture after Italy's Pinocchio (2002).[30]


Plans for a sequel, titled This Day, were delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[32] In May 2021, it was reported that Netflix had started filming two sequels concurrently, with several cast members returning.[33] Morrone, Sieklucka and Lamparska are all confirmed as returning.[34] The titles of the sequels are currently referred to as 365 Days Part 2 and 365 Days Part 3.[35][36]


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To move twice. For the sake of my son, my husband quit a lucrative job and agreed to a half salary in the capital, but. I gave up my career altogether. But I did not regret anything - in the fifth grade, Seryozha went to a regular school.

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So, it is necessary to get out of this cycle of repetition of life, having tried the last - an untouched girl. Consider, in a sense, a saint. Fuck knows why, I never had a "virgin", and personally I did not like this word. All of them are somehow similar, but somehow radically different, all the virgins I knew.

They had a certain limit, there was something heavenly, not mundane in the figures of such girls.


Shoulders, over her pale, resiliently trembling chest, over the neat dark-haired haircut under her belly. In the final phase of the process, there was a knock on the shower door. After a short pause, the knocking was repeated, becoming longer and more impatient. I quickened the tempo a little, trying to keep in time with the intrusive beat rhythms.

The last thrust was so frenzied that Lily let out a plaintive groan and shut her mouth.

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