‘Piping hot rubbish’ is how Rotten Tomatoes describes this Netflix flick.
The critical judgement is in on Netflix’s 365 Days: This Day. Despite only nine reviews, Rotten Tomatoes gave the sensual thriller a remarkable 0 percent ‘rotten’ rating.
After the worldwide success of 365 Days in 2020, 365 Days: This Day follows up on the hotly anticipated sequel. Massimo, played by Michele Morrone, kidnaps Laura, Anna-Maria Sieklucka. He imprisons her on his farm for a year to fall in love with him. The film was not a hit with critics due to its heavy Stockholm syndrome and toxic behaviour elements. But it was a tremendous hit for Netflix that year.
The new film starts with a wedding, despite though the first concluded with Laura’s life in danger due to Massimo’s adversaries. Laura and Massimo are back and stronger than ever. A mysterious stranger vying for Laura’s affection complicates the lovers’ lives.”
Critics were harsh in their reviews. Variety termed it ‘hot rubbish’. “365 Days: This Day is scarcely a movie,” said Roger Ebert. Its a braindead miasma of planned sex.”
The movie has gotten amusing reactions on Twitter. “365 days: today is a f**king disaster, “”365 days: today in a nutshell: 75 percent of the film is about sex, 20% is about music, and 5% is about storyline. Yes. That particular tweet, “yet another
Jacqueline Fernandez’s song Mud Mud Ke recently featured Michele Morrone. “I’m delighted about foraying into the music sector in India,” Michele told Variety of his India debut. It’s lovely to be greeted with such warmth. Mud Mud Ke presented an exciting challenge. I applaud the Indian people for their patience.”