First Trailer And Release Date For Netflix's 365 Days Sequel Has Dropped
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Netflix has released a trailer for the sequel to the erotic Polish film 365 DNI (365 Days), and it looks to be just as steamy and intense as the first movie.
Titled 365 Days: This Day, the upcoming film will see Laura and Massimo back and 'hotter than ever' - which is really saying something, given the fact the first film was compared to the notoriously saucy 50 Shades of Grey.
However, it's not all happily ever after for our reunited couple, as the synopsis explains their new beginning is complicated by Massimo’s family ties and a mysterious man who enters Laura’s life to win her heart and trust, 'at any cost'.
Fans of the first film may questioning exactly how it is that Laura managed to make a comeback, as the first film ended on a cliffhanger in which she appeared to have been killed after having a hit put on her. How she survived currently remains a mystery, but hopefully all will be revealed when the new film is released.
Thankfully Netflix has announced the sequel will arrive on the streaming service on April 27, meaning there isn't too long to wait!
The sequel comes off the back of mixed reviews for the original film, which arrived on Netflix in June 2020 following a cinematic release in Poland.
365 DNI, which is based on a book by Blanka Lipińska, has a telling rating of zero percent on Rotten Tomatoes, but it still managed to captivate viewers and made it to Netflix's Top 10 lists in multiple countries.
The film caused controversy due to its sexual nature, but Lipińska dismissed the complaints during an interview with Metro and argued she knows how to 'direct sex in the movies'.
Lipińska hinted viewers should prepare for even more steaminess in the upcoming sequel, telling the publication the follow up 'will be even better than the first' and will involve 'a lot more sex'.
"We will see a different side to Massimo, and you will see the character of Nacho played by model Simone Susinna," she continued.
The author went on to indicate the release of the sequel, and potentially even a third film, will offer viewers greater understanding of the story and hopefully prevent further criticism.
She claimed reading all three books and seeing all three movies would 'change your opinion', adding: "You can’t judge a three-book trilogy on one book. As an author I want to show how love can change a guy."