365 Days Cast, Storylines, Production, Soundtrack And Check More!

The sensuous love storey 365 Days, directed by Barbara Biaows and Tomasz Mandes, will be released in Poland in 2020. First of a trilogy of books that inspired this film was written by Blanka Lipiska. A Sicilian man imprisons and forces a young Polish woman in a soulless relationship to fall in love with him for a whole 365 days. Michele Morrone portrays Don Massimo Torricelli, while Anna-Maria Sieklucka portrays Laura Biel.

The film became a global success as soon as it became available on Netflix on June 7, 2020.

With one of the most extended periods as Netflix’s most popular programme, Stranger Things topped the ratings charts in the US and other countries.
Thus, the movie received mostly bad reviews, with many drawing comparisons to the Fifty Shades trilogy, which they regarded as glorifying the Mafia. Two further films are now in the works.

365 Days Cast, Storylines

After a meeting between the Sicilian crime family, the Torricelli Sicilian Mafia criminal family, and the black market merchants, he and his father, a mob boss, are resting on the beach. The drug traffickers shoot Massimo and his father; Massimo survives, but his father does not.

Massimo has been in control of the Torricelli criminal organisation for the last five years. Despite the fact that she and Martin Biel are happily settled in Warsaw, Laura Biel is unsatisfied. As part of the festivities surrounding Laura’s 29th birthday celebrations, Martin and Olga take her to Etna without her. While there, Laura encounters Massimo, who kidnaps her.

It’s been five years since Massimo told Laura he’d been thinking about her ever since he was injured on the beach. Having finally located her after a long search, he kidnapped her, hoping that she would develop feelings for him while he was imprisoned. No matter how physically and sexually violent he is toward her, he promises to never engage in sexual intercourse with her until she gives him permission.

When they’re together, Laura first teases him and then refuses to have sex with him. When she begins tormenting him again, he ties her up in a hotel room in Rome. Laura is subsequently subjected to the humiliation of seeing her lover, Massimo, engage in oral sex with a different lady. A few days after that, he says he will enter her, but then changes his mind and instructs her to prepare for a date night instead.

Laura shames Massimo in front of his friends at the club by flaunting her assets. He gropes her as she is having an intimate moment with a member of a rival mafia family. Massimo removes Laura from the club after he draws his weapons on her. Upon awaking, she sees Massimo and his gangster buddy, Mario, arguing. In the wake of Massimo’s admission, both families have engaged in a long-running feud. Despite Laura’s best attempts to make apologies, Massimo blames her of being the cause of the disaster. Laura gets into a panic as she falls into the lake during their quarrel. Massimo leaps to her defence. “I was scared she wouldn’t make it,” are her first words after regaining consciousness. Laura has a strong attraction to Massimo, and the two have frequent sex.

Anna, a woman at a masquerade event later that night, threatens Laura. After telling Anna he was dating her and said he would leave if he saw Laura at the airport, Massimo says that he left when he saw Laura.

Massimo and Laura had further sex right after after the ball. Then, after he’s through with work and she’s situated in Warsaw, he promises to join her there. He then expresses his feelings for her.

Domenico, one of Massimo’s mobsters, tried to reassure Laura that Anna wouldn’t hurt her as they drove to the airport. After receiving a phone call, Domenico tells Laura to stay in Warsaw and rushes away from her.

With no news from Massimo, Laura waited in Warsaw for him for days. To reignite their bond, she and Olga go to a nightclub. Martin appears as she seeks a chance to make atonement. He decides that the best course of action is to follow her home and deliver Massimo as a surprise to her. After Martin has left the room, Laura and Massimo engage in sexual activity. Laura notices his wounds as she unbutton his shirt in the midst of the conflict. She confesses her feelings for him, telling him she loves him. She accepts Massimo’s proposal the following day. Although she begs him to keep his “job” a secret from her parents,

Massimo is alerted to the rising tensions by Mario, who has returned to Italy. Laura shows anxiety about her health, but she refuses to see a doctor about it despite her concerns. In order to keep her family from finding out what Massimo is doing, she will not allow them to attend the wedding. Despite this, Massimo allows Olga to be a bridesmaid at Laura’s wedding. When Olga visits, Laura informs her she’s pregnant. Olga urges the expectant mother to tell Massimo about her pregnancy. After dinner, Laura wants to talk to him, so she gives him a ring. Mario is alerted by an undercover Torricelli informant of the intended murder of Laura by the other family’s agents, complicating things further. When Laura’s car enters a tunnel, the opposite end does not open. When Mario hears that Laura’s phone has gone unanswered, he races to find Massimo. When Massimo realises the gravity of the situation, he breaks down. A police car has blocked the tunnel’s entrance.

365 Days Cast, Production

The majority of the film was shot in Poland and Italy, namely in Warsaw, Krakow, and Niepoomice (Sanremo).

365 Days Cast

  • Michele Morrone as Don Massimo Torricelli
  • Anna-Maria Sieklucka as Laura Biel
  • Bronisław Wrocławski as Mario
  • Otar Saralidze as Domenico
  • Magdalena Lamparska as Olga
  • Natasza Urbańska as Anna
  • Grażyna Szapołowska as Klara Biel, Laura’s mother
  • Tomasz Stockinger as Tomasz Biel, Laura’s father
  • Gianni Parisi as Massimo’s father
  • Mateusz Łasowski as Martin
  • Blanka Lipińska as a bride

365 Days Cast, Soundtrack

Morrone sings “Feel It,” “Watch Me Burn,” “Dark Room,” and “Hard for Me” in the film. They sang “I See Red,” “Give ‘Em Hell,” and “Wicked Ways” as Everybody Loves an Outlaw. “I See Red” was the most popular song on Spotify’s Viral 50 in the United States, with “Hard for Me” coming in at number five. This year, Morrone and Everybody Loves an Outlaw made it into Rolling Stone’s Breakthrough 25, both making the top 10.

365 Days Cast

Read More- Shaq Life Season 3: Is It Rumor or Renewal? Find Out Here!

365 Days Cast, Release Date

It went live on February 7th, 2020 in Poland, and in its first week, it produced $9 million in revenue.

It grossed $494,181 in the UK when it opened on February 14, 2020, and then went on Netflix in June of the same year.

365 Day Casts, Reception

Several countries, such as Germany and Brazil, Saudi Arabia and Lebanon, Lithuania and Switzerland, the Netherlands, Belgium and Turkey, Sweden and Austria, Greece and Romania, South Africa, Portugal, Pakistan, Bangladesh, the United Arab Emirates, Canada, Israel, and Malaysia, are also included in this category.

Da 5 Bloods dethroned it after four days, but it remained at the top of Netflix’s US ranking for another three days after that. It was the first movie to do so twice. The film has topped the box office for a total of 10 days, which is the second-highest total in the history of the list.

365 Days has been likened to the 2015 erotica film Fifty Shades of Grey.

The movie portrayed kidnapping and rape as being idealised.

The review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes collected 16 reviews, with 0% being positive and an average score of 1.9/10.

Variety’s Jessica Kiang described the film as “an completely nasty, politically repulsive, occasionally entertaining Polish humpathon.

The Guardian determines that it is a reliable source of information by mentioning other sources.

It was referred to be “dumber-than-hair” by Variety. “The worst thing I’ve ever seen” was Cosmopolitan’s way of characterizing the film. There is a dearth of character development, as well as uninteresting sex scenes.

An attempt to remove the film off Netflix was made. A French feminist organisation, Collectif Soeurcières, launched France’s streaming service on June 17, 2020, through Change.org. As of the 16th of August, it has gathered 40,000 signatures. Musician Duffy voiced her concern with the film’s portrayal of sexual assault in an open letter to Netflix CEO Reed Hastings, dated July 2, 2020. In her opinion, “this should not represent anyone’s definition of entertainment, nor should it be marketed or promoted in this manner.” Mikayla Zazon, a popular social media figure, established a second Change.org petition in response to the first. On July 8, 2020, PTC President Tim Winter requested that Netflix delete the video from their platform.

The Ending-

Six Golden Raspberry Awards were nominated in March 2021, including Worst Picture, making it the second foreign-language film to be nominated for the honour after Italy’s Pinocchio.

Read More- Bachelor In Paradise Season 8: Almost We Know So Far!