On June 14, 2020, the streaming movie 365 Days arrived on Netflix. So, given the ending, many expect there to be a sequel as well. If you are wondering if 365 Days 2 will be coming to Netflix, know that the film will have not one, but two sequels.
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365 Days 2: Do We Have A Release Date?
Already in 2020, the “365 Days” star Michele Morrone confirmed that there will be a sequel to the erotic love drama. Hot set pics (showing a lot of skin) were even circulating this summer. At the end of the year, the “365 Days” fans naturally wondered whether the second part would be released in 2021. Unfortunately, that didn’t happen. However, “365 days” Part 2 should go live on Netflix in spring 2022. But what kind of plot can we expect in the sequel?
“365 Days” Part 2: What Will Happen?
At the end of the first part of “365 Days”, Laura (Anna Maria Sieklucka) is attacked and kidnapped by Massimo’s enemy. Some now fear that Laura is dead. More likely, though, she survived and will be in the sequel. If you look at the book templates of “365 Days”, then Laura should be alive and even pregnant. Will the two find each other again and even get a happy ending? It remains exciting.
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365 Days: Two More Sequels On The Line With New Cast Additions
All 365 Days fans will be pleased to know that Netflix is working not only on the previously announced second part of the film but also on a third. The Polish erotic film is therefore ready to return to the streaming platform not once but twice.
The cast will not miss Michele Morrone and Anna-Maria Sieklucka, but also Magdalena Lamparska. In addition to them is also added Simone Susanna, in the role of a new character Nacho. Barbara Białowąs and Tomasz Mandes will be in charge of directing.
From the first details, it emerges that the characters of Laura and Massimo will be reunited in the sequels of 365 days, but their new beginning will be severely tested by his family and by a mysterious man who will enter her life. His goal is to steal her heart and gain her trust at all costs.
The plot of the first film was about a young Polish woman imprisoned by a Sicilian gangster who gives her a year to fall in love with him. The story caused quite a bit of controversy and critics argued that the plot was about a romantic sexual assault, downplaying the Stockholm syndrome.
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Popularity Could Turn Down The Sequel
Despite the huge controversy raised, the 365 Days popularity reached record highs and the film entered the top 10 in more than 90 countries. In 2020 it was also the most searched film on Google globally. Given the success, Netflix has chosen to bring its subscribers not only the second part of 365 days but also a third.
The difference this time around is that the first film was a Netflix takeover of an already completed film. Instead, with the next sequels, everything will be made at Netflix, even if produced by the original producers. This means a certain degree of creative supervision for the streamer, so a more cautious approach to some of the controversial themes of the first film is expected.
The sequels will be based on the novel trilogy by Polish author Blanka Lipinska, who co-wrote the first screenplay with Mojca Tirs. The couple will also return for the next two episodes along with Tomasz. Mandes. It appears that the plot will likely deviate from those lyrics anyway and that some of the potentially controversial content could be softened.