Netflix's Polish erotic drama 365 days, starring Anna-Maria Sieklucka and Michele Morrone, is based on a Blanka Lipińska's novel of the same name.
It has slowly become a crowd favourite, though some people have called it out for romanticizing a problematic relationship. If you're thinking of picking this for a movie night, then check out what Twitterati has to say:
It’s been 24 hours and I still haven’t recovered from #365dni where is my mafia man?? How do I feel about being kidnapped? Why was it in 3 languages? Was that old guy his dad or his boss? WHERE IS MY MAFIA MAN? What is up with her parents?? pic.twitter.com/BNvMyKfoTS— ELOISE (@EaganElo) June 10, 2020
My spirit’s not sitting right with #365dni trending when just the other day sexual assault was circulating the TL.— Asiyah (@asiyahali) June 11, 2020
Everything he did before he got consent was assault.
Also. Stockholm Syndrome. HELLO!
Roughing up is fine ONLY IF there is consentpic.twitter.com/GSMirZfkAU
Come to think of it #365dni has no real storyline, it’s just a cinematic porn video— DaRrEn WaNliSs 🇯🇲 (@datcameraguy) June 11, 2020
So i watched #365dni on Netflix ...and i don’t even say shit like this but THAT BOAT Scene like gottdamn ...this movie puts #50shadesofgrey TO SHAMEEEEE and makes it look PG pic.twitter.com/LXyokQLDuj— Marquise DeVon (@how1see1t) June 11, 2020
And here we thought, summer couldn't get hotter!