365 Days (365 dni) is Netflix’s new polish erotic drama flick that has risen to the top as one of the most viewed films of the streaming service. It originally released in Poland on February 7, but Netflix acquired it and released it on June 7 for their subscribers to have a go at the film. Despite the lower rating on IMDb and “mediocre” reviews, this film has managed to amass a massive viewership. It is being likened with Fifty Shades of Grey. But having watched the film, we’d like to agree with the fans that the film goes far beyond what Fifty Shades of Grey did with its story in terms of eroticism.
All three Fifty Shades of Grey films ended up making over $1 Billion worldwide. And it didn’t even release in some Asian countries. So, that’s enough to tell us Eroticism plays a huge role in viewership. And since 365 Days is far ahead of Fifty Shades of Grey with its brutal kidnapping, very graphic, over the top sex, it had to attract millions of viewers since it was easily accessible for Netflix subscribers. In fact, many Netflix users have tweeted that 365 Days makes Fifty Shades of Grey look like PG. Here are some of the cool fan reactions for the Netflix sensation:
Well, it’s safe to say that the movie did have a much better “story” than all 3 Fifty Shades of Grey movies. And since the creatives and actors didn’t hold back on its graphic content (you could almost call it a prono), most viewers were satisfied in a rather unusual (and maybe disturbing) way.
Here’s the official synopsis of Netflix’s 365 Days:
“Massimo is a member of the Sicilian Mafia family and Laura is a sales director. She does not expect that on a trip to Sicily trying to save her relationship, Massimo will kidnap her and give her 365 days to fall in love with him.”