365 days : This Day is now streaming on Netflix. Sequel to 365 Days, starring Michele Morrone and Anna Maria also, Massimo’s opponent, Marcelo “Nacho” Matos, will be played by Simone Susinna. The film, directed by Barbara Bialowas and Tomasz Mandes, is based on one of Polish author Blanka Lipiska’s profoundly sensuous popular novels. After the previous film ended on a cliffhanger, leaving fans wondering whether or not mafia boss Massimo and his love Laura would marry.
Let’s start with a short rundown of what happened in 365 Days: This Day as depicted in the film. Laura survived the tragedy at the end of the first film, but she lost the baby as a result. She’s hiding this from Massimo, and their honeymoon doesn’t last long after they marry. Laura witnesses Massimo having lovely times with his former sweetheart Anna at a party, unaware that she is witnessing Massimo’s identical brother Adriano bonking Anna.
Laura is devastated once again when Nacho confesses that he is the son of Don Fernando Matos, Massimo’s “constant nemesis.” Don Matos intends to use Laura to persuade Massimo to relinquish the family throne to his brother. Nacho claims that his feelings for Laura are genuine and that he didn’t have a choice. But it doesn’t appear like she forgives him, and she’ll be shot shortly after by Anna, so she’ll have other things to worry about.
Although the sequel of 365 Days is a lot different than the books. Nacho kidnaps Laura and holds her captive while she falls for him. Laura similarly finishes the second book when Massimo tries to save her from Nacho, but there is another significant difference between the movie and the book version. Laura is still pregnant with Massimo’s kid in the novels, and she did not miscarry after the accident. Massimo must choose between saving Laura and their unborn child at the opening of the third book. Now we just have to wait and see what changes Netflix going to make in the third part of 365 Days.