365 Days: This Day is now available to watch on Netflix. Massimo’s opponent, Marcelo “Nacho” Matos, will be played by Simone Susinna in the sequel to 365 Days, which also stars Michele Morrone and Anna Maria. Barbara Bialowas and Tomasz Mandes directed the film, which is based on one of Polish novelist Blanka Lipiska’s very sensuous popular novels. Following the cliffhanger ending of the previous film, audiences were left wondering whether mafia boss Massimo and his girlfriend Laura would marry.
Let’s start with a quick recap of the events presented in the film 365 Days: This Day. Laura survives the tragedy at the end of the first film, but she loses her baby. Massimo is unaware of this, and their honeymoon does not last long after they marry. Laura is at a party when she sees Massimo having fun with his former sweetheart Anna, unaware that she is also seeing Massimo’s twin brother Adriano bonking Anna.
When Nacho reveals that he is the son of Don Fernando Matos, Massimo’s “continuous adversary,” Laura is devastated once more. Laura will be used by Don Matos to persuade Massimo to hand over the family throne to his brother. Nacho argues that he has true affections for Laura and that he didn’t have a choice in the matter. However, it does not appear that she forgives him, and she will be shot shortly after by Anna, so she will have other concerns.
Despite the fact that the sequel to 365 Days is very different from the books. Laura is kidnapped and held captive by Nacho while she falls in love with him. When Massimo tries to save Laura from Nacho, she finishes the second book in the same way, but there is one major difference between the movie and the book version. In the novels, Laura is still pregnant with Massimo’s child, and she does not miscarry after the accident. At the start of the third novel, Massimo must choose between protecting Laura and their unborn child. Now all we have to do is wait to see what changes Netflix will make in the third instalment of 365 Days.