365 Days is a 2020 Polish-inspired film directed by Barbara Białowąs and Tomasz Mandes. Based on the first novel of Blanka Lipińska ‘s trilogy, the plot follows a young Warsaw woman (Anna-Maria Sieklucka) in a soulless relationship that transcends a prominent Sicilian man (Michele Morrone), who binds and forces her 365 days of loving him.
Highly inspired by popular episodes of adult adventures such as “Fifty Shades of Gray,” “365 Days” is another story of a prominent man falling on his heels in love with the girl of his (literally) dreams. He is willing to do whatever it takes to make it his own. Massimo, an Italian gangster, is forced to take over the reins of government after the sudden death of his father.
The only rest of his busy life was the woman he always dreamed of. At the Sicily airport, he finally saw her and decided right then and there that she would be his forever.
“365 Days.”After a meeting between the Torricelli Sicilian Mafia criminal family and black traffickers, Massimo Torricelli watches a beautiful woman on the beach and chats with his father, a mafia boss. Suddenly, traffickers shot Massimo and his father; Massimo survives when his father dies from his injuries.
Five years later, Massimo is the leader of the Torricelli criminal family. In Warsaw, Laura Biel is not happy about her relationship with her boyfriend, Martin. Laura celebrates her 29th birthday in Italy with Martin and her best friend Olga, but after Martin visits Etna without her, she goes for a walk and runs to Massimo, who kidnapped her.
At his house, Massimo revealed to Laura that she was a woman on the beach five years ago and that at the time of his injury, he was thinking only of herself. After searching for her for years, he kidnapped her, intending to keep him in prison for 365 days in the hope that he would find her. He also promises that he will not have sex with him without her consent since he is physically and sexually abusive.
As they spend time together, Laura teases and refuses to have sex with him. At a hotel in Rome, he begins to tease him again and he cuffs her to the bed. Massimo then made Laura watch him accept oral sex from another woman. After that, he said he would get into her but he changed his mind and ordered her to dress for the club.
At the club, Laura confides in Massimo and his friends, annoying her. When she begins to flirt with a man from a mafia rival family, the man flirts with her. Massimo pulls out his weapons and Laura is kicked out of the club. The next morning, she wakes up in a boat with Massimo, and his mafioso partner, Mario, is arguing. Massimo admits he shot the man holding Laura’s hand, sparking a fight between the two families.
Laura tries to apologize, but Massimo blames her for the incident. They argue and Laura falls into the water and starts to panic. Massimo jumps to save her. When she wakes up, he admits that he was afraid she might fail and that he did not want to lose her. Laura starts dating Massimo and they both have sex again and again.
Later that night, Massimo and Laura went to a candy bar, where a woman named Anna threatened Laura. Massimo reveals that he was in love with Anna, told her that he would leave if he could find Laura, and did so when he saw Laura at the airport.
After the ball, Massimo and Laura had sex again. He tells her that he is sending her to visit his loved ones in Warsaw and promises to join him after she finishes the business. He then told her that he loved her.
On a car trip to the airport, Domenico, one of Massimo’s mafios, tried to reassure Laura, who was terrified he would not hurt Anna but received a call, telling Laura to wait in Warsaw, and then run away.
In Warsaw, Laura waited for Massimo for days without contact. She also contacted Olga and they went clubbing. She meets Martin, who says he has been looking for him for an apology. He tries to convince her to reconcile and follows him back to his house, where Massimo waits unexpectedly.
Martin leaves and Laura and Massimo have sex. When Laura unzips her shirt, she finds her wounds due to an ongoing argument. She confessed to him that she loved him. The next morning, Massimo proposes and accepts. However, she asks her to keep his “job” a secret from her parents.
Back in Italy, Mario informed Massimo of the escalation of the conflict. Laura talks about discomfort but ended up seeing a doctor. They discuss their upcoming wedding that her family is not allowed to attend, as she does not want them to find out what Massimo is doing. However, Massimo allows Olga to come as Laura’s bridesmaid. When Olga visits, Laura reveals that she is pregnant.
Olga begs her to tell Massimo about the pregnancy. Laura calls her and asks if they can talk after dinner. Meanwhile, Mario receives a call from Torricelli informing him that the rival mafia family is about to kill Laura. Laura’s car enters the tunnel but does not exist on the other side. Mario hurries off to look for Massimo as Laura’s phone rings. Realizing what is being said, Massimo fails. A police car blocked the entrance to the tunnel.
365 Days Movie Ending, Explained: What Happened At The End?
Laura and Massimo were romantically involved, but the gang warfare made it difficult for them to stay together. He took Laura back to Warsaw, where she lived in a rented apartment. At first, she felt uncomfortable after being away from him, but gradually she began to take control of her life. She confessed the truth to her best friend, Olga. She was shocked to learn the details and warned of the dangers involved. She took Laura to do something; with blonde short hair, Laura looked like a different person.
As she joined the club, her ex-boyfriend started following her and asked for reconsideration. He followed him to her house even though she kept begging him not to come near her. When she entered her house, Massimo asked Martin to leave him alone. Martin left, and Laura wondered about her life. They confess their love for each other. The next morning, she woke up with a wedding ring on her finger. Massimo proposed marriage, and she accepted.
He met her family, though Laura wanted to keep the details of her professional life away from them. At their wedding, only her best friend was invited, because she knew the truth. Olga was initially upset when she heard the news. She reminded Laura of the dangers of marrying an Italian criminal, but she knew that her friend was in love, or at least that she had believed in him.
Laura was also pregnant with her baby, and Olga pressured her to tell him the news. When they returned to buy the wedding dress, he called her. Mario, Massimo’s trusted aide, received a phone call warning him of Laura’s health threat. He rushed to Massimo to tell him the news, but it seemed too late. Laura’s car did not leave the tunnel, and police cars were approaching the scene.
According to the headline, “365 Days: This 365 Days,” from Netflix, we know that Laura survived the incident, but the threat continues. Massimo’s rivals did not face the incident at the club, and when they failed to kill Massimo, they tried to attack Laura.
According to Polish, we can expect another round of adult photography, or hopefully, there will be some focus on the story as well. Although the chances are slim, we can only hope that Laura will have some agency on the go. Another mysterious man will now join the director, although the purpose of his presence will only be revealed after the film’s release.”365 Days.”