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Yes, reading the title you will surely understand that this 365 Days sequel entitled Other 365 Days is perhaps good for the garbage bin under the house and I don't understand how it can be the most watched film in Italy right now ... maybe Netflix boycotts these charts? Otherwise, I don't explain this result. Or maybe it counts the stay of 2 seconds as a vision ... because after a few seconds you will have to press the back button on your remote control to see something else. 

Unfortunately, I had to see it up to the end credits. I carried the cross to write this review. Shortly after the unveiling of 365 Days in 2020, Duffy - the famous singer - wrote an open letter to Netflix CEO Reed Hastings accusing the film of "making the brutal reality of sex trafficking, kidnapping and rape fascinating."

First flaw: it is certainly inappropriately directed by Barbara Białowąs and Tomasz Mandes, who also directed the previous two chapters of this nasty trilogy of alleged erotic thrillers. The boring, contrived trilogy is full of unconvincing and emotionless sex scenes.

There is a plot for Another 365 Days but I am convinced that you could summarize it behind a package of profiles. With her marriage in crisis with the Sicilian gangster Massimo (Michele Morrone), Laura (Anna-Maria Sieklucka) begins to fantasize about having sex with Nacho (Simone Susinna), her husband's former gardener

It must be said that in the second film she also fantasized about having sex with it. When Laura reconnects with Nacho during a trip to Portugal - apparently he is now a surfer - Nacho declares his undying love for her. Should Laura leave Massimo for Nacho, who seems less idiotic than her husband, or should she give her marriage one last chance?

Given that Laura and Massimo's relationship began when he kidnapped her and gave her 365 days to fall in love with him - seriously, that's the plot of the first film - this should be a pretty easy decision for Laura. This trequel at least gives Laura a semblance of a living being even though her character never manages to be a woman who reacts rationally. 

As he tackles her romantic dilemma, the directors feed us an incoherent jumble of club scenes, sections where Laura suddenly remembers she's a high-end stylist, and wobbly comedic moments with her best friend Olga (Magdalena Lamparska). She spends most of the film getting drunk: something that you will probably want to do too while watching Other 365 Days.

Even the acting doesn't work even if Morrone still manages to stand out thanks to some cartoon-like brooding and his bizarre tendency to shout certain words: "You're so wet" ... which is probably the only line he utters convincingly. Although the directors provide a sex scene every 10 minutes or so for the first two-thirds of the film, they are strangely demure when it comes to portraying drug use. 

We see Massimo in love in front of a huge plate of cocaine but the directors cut the scene away before he sniffed it. Like so many aspects of this baffling franchise, it's probably best not to wonder why.

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