Title Card - 365 Days This Day (365 DNI Ten Dzien)

Once again a toxic and tumultuous romance is mixed in with a weak mob story to deliver what, at best, is like the soft-core porn HBO and Cinemax show late at night.

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Once again a toxic and tumultuous romance is mixed in with a weak mob story to deliver what, at best, is like the soft-core porn HBO and Cinemax show late at night.

Director(s) Barbara Bialowas, Tomasz Mandes
Screenplay By Blanka Lipinska, Tomasz Mandes, Mojca Tirs
Date Released 4/27/2022
Where To Watch Netflix
Genre(s) Action, Adventure, Crime, Drama, Romance, Non-English (Polish, Spanish and Italian)
Duration 1 Hour and 46 Minutes
Content Rating TV-MA
Noted Cast
Laura Anna Maria Sieklucka
Massimo Michele Morrone
Marcelo “Nacho” Simone Susinna

This content contains pertinent spoilers.

Film Summary

Despite the events which ended 365 Days, Laura is alive. She lost the baby she was pregnant with but is alive, and she does end up marrying Massimo. In the beginning, their marriage is blissful, for it is hot and sexy. However, as she is reminded of how their relationship started, due to him being controlling to the point of being psychopathic, the luster of being married to a passionate, sexual, and intense man fades quickly.

Though bad goes to worse after Laura suspects Massimo is hiding multiple secrets which can affect their marriage, and it even leads her to reconsider being with Massimo. A thought that could put her life in danger as a man named Marcelo, aka “Nacho,” offers her an out.

Things To Note

  • Reason(s) for Film Rating: Cursing (Yup), Violence (Gun violence), Sexual Content (Multiple sex scenes throughout the movie – at least every five to ten minutes), Miscellaneous (Drinking)

Character Descriptions

Please Note: This character guide is not an exhaustive list of every cast member, and character descriptions may contain what can be considered spoilers.


At this point, Laura is a well-kept woman. She is given a clothing company to run, but we don’t see her do anything but get dressed up in this episode.


More mysterious than ever, Massimo is working hard on expanding and solidifying his father’s empire while trying to keep Laura the best way he knows how.

Marcelo “Nacho”

Marcelo 'Nacho' (Simone Susinna) at a beach with Laura
Marcelo ‘Nacho’ (Simone Susinna)

When introduced to Marcelo, he is simply Nacho, the gardener. But he reveals he is so much more than that as Laura gets closer to him.


Low Points

The Sex Is As Bland As Ever

Do you see breasts, ass, and thrusting? Yes. Are there passionate sounding moans? Of course. But it is all tame. Even Laura masturbating in front of Massimo to tease him and rile him up, it makes you open your eyes a bit, but it’s performative. You neither feel like a pervert watching two people be intimate nor like you are watching something meant to rile you up.

Also, what doesn’t help is there is minimal build, so it isn’t like explosive and grandeur moments. It’s like car chases, hand-to-hand combat, and gunfights in an action movie, just without you feeling like it is trying to escalate to more erotic or titillating moments.

While The Mobster Theme Remains, It Is Less Of a Focus

Massimo (Michele Morrone) at a business dinner
Massimo (Michele Morrone)

365 Days – This Day is keenly focused on Laura trying to adjust to her commitment to Massimo, which is difficult. The main thing he seeks from her is sex and her company during events, and when she tries to have a life outside of him and hang out with her friend, he shuts it down unless she is followed like a child.

As for his mobster stuff? You know it exists, but you barely see it until the movie’s last ten or twenty minutes when we’re told Massimo is expanding too much. Now, as for how he is? That isn’t explored. Throughout the movie, we’re stuck with Laura, so Massimo’s business is an utter mystery.

On The Fence

The Music

The music of 365 Days – This Day, at first, is a highlight. However, after a certain point, the music feels like it is competing with what is going on with the scene than complimenting it. Whether it is a sex scene or Laura just out and about, you are left feeling that someone wanted to blow the budget, so they licensed a bunch of songs they liked to give the artists some promo.


Our Rating: Negative (Acquired Taste)

Laura (Anna Maria Sieklucka) in her wedding dress, after having sex with Massimo
Laura (Anna Maria Sieklucka)

Clearly, if we watched the sequel, there is something here that we like. I wouldn’t say it is the sex since it is lifeless, but that gangster element still has an appeal. One that is sadly untapped, probably less so in the sequel, which does set up a third movie with a similar ending to the first.

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Title Card - 365 Days This Day (365 DNI Ten Dzien)
365 Days: This Day (365 DNI: Ten Dzien) – Review/ Summary
Who Is This For?
Those who want to see a naked woman and mostly naked man masturbate and grind on each other in simulated sex acts.
The Sex Is As Bland As Ever
While The Mobster Theme Remains, It Is Less Of a Focus
The Music

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