this is part 2 of the premiere


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Photo Credit: Karolina Grabowska

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    The expectation to discover the plot of ‘365 DNI. That day’ (second part) was high, since it is the most anticipated premiere of Netflix in April and our ‘warm’ review is here (never better said). We wanted to see the approach given in this continuation after the judgments on the first one and to see if the platform, involved in the project, had put in a hand to smooth it out. So let’s skip the preamble and get right into the action. trying not to do ‘SPOILERS’ so as not to spoil the experience for those fans eager to see it.

    The first part was questioned for doing apology for toxic relationships, sweeten sexual abuse and for showing women as an object. Many, including the actors, defended that it is fiction, and at the opposite extreme, others called for the title to be removed from the platform. It was evident that in this part 2 they were going to introduce changes and there are, but enough? In the end, the film is based on some novels and, although there are creative licenses, it still maintains its essence.

    ‘365 DNI. That day’ starts with Massimo (Michele Morrone) and Laura (Anna-Maria Sieklucka) having sex before the wedding, they don’t make us wait to show again that their fieryness is still at the top. She has survived the incident with which the first tape ended and confesses to her friend that she has lost the baby she was expecting and that she has no plans to tell her future husband so as not to unleash a war (between mafias, understands). Once again we see that their relationship is not based on trust. Meanwhile, on the sexual level, we discover a somewhat different behavior.

    If Massimo was the one in charge in the last film, in this second one they wanted to give control to Laura. That does not mean that the male character has changed and does not continue to show a macho language and superiority over her, as can be seen in some dialogues: “You have an hour, then I will do what I want with you,” he tells her. However, she doesn’t remain speechless like in previous times and replies: “No, you’re going to do what I want” and, after masturbating in front of him, she lets him go: “fuck me the way I like it”. She commands and expresses when and how she wants to have sex. We find high doses of sex that will convince lovers of the best nudes in cinema.

    Massimo and Laura

    Photo Credit: Karolina Grabowska

    It is evident that they have wanted to distance the female character from that image of fragility and it shows in their language. On several occasions, she lets her husband know that she wants independence from her, that she is not a piece of furniture and reminds him that he kidnapped her and that they are together because she decided so.

    Laura and Nacho on the beach

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    This absence of freedom, together with an event that we do not want to reveal and that is related to her husband, makes Laura run away with Nacho, the gardener (so clichéd), played by the handsome Simone Susinna and who turns out to be the antithesis of Morrone. This one offers him a more earthly romance, with simple sunsets on the beach, washed down with beers instead of champagne, sofa, movie, blanket, he cooks spaghetti for her and puts her sexual desire before his own. A first step, although later there will be surprise.

    Nacho show the protagonist that there is another way to relate to the opposite sex away from toxicity and, perhaps, that reflection is the only good thing that we can point out about ‘365 DNI. That day’. There is not much more (his scripts are meaningless on many occasions). Okay, yes: Susinna and Morrone (They go straight to our list of the most handsome actors on Netflix), because their undeniable attractiveness will continue to be the key for millions of people to remain hooked on this explosive and controversial story.

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