People Are Accidentally Watching '365 DNI' With Their Parents And Are Scarred By The Experience
But while it's all well and good to excitedly scramble to watch a film that you're hearing hype about, you might want to read up on it or watch the trailer before hitting play - especially if your family are in the room.
It's a trap many have fallen into this week, with viewers across the globe recounting the spine-tingling awkwardness of settling down to watch the Polish erotica with their parents.
For anyone not caught up, 365 DNI (which is incidentally the least sexy name ever, but bare with), follows the unconventional romance between Laura Biel and Massimo Torricelli.
Laura, played by Anna Maria Sieklucka, is a successful sales director at a luxury hotel in Poland, while Massimo, played by Michele Morrone (which: hubba hubba by the way), is the dreamy but dangerous newly-appointed leader of the Sicilian Mafia, taking on the role after his father's assassination.
Planning a trip to Sicily to save her marriage, Laura's plans are derailed when she is kidnapped by the handsome Massimo and held his captive.
In a creepy but romantic twist, Massimo then gives her 365 days to fall in love with him.
What ensues is a whole lot of sex. Everywhere. In hotel rooms. On a yacht. Just everywhere.
So just the thing you watch to watch with your family.
Unlucky fans far and wide have been reporting the horror of flicking on the film with their parents or siblings present.
"Watching 365 DNI with my little sister is probably one of the most uncomfortable things I have ever done. I will always watch trailers from now on," wrote one scarred victim.
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"F*ck why am I watching 365 DNI with my mom," tweeted another, crying emoji tagged on.
"MY PARENTS ARE WATCHING 365 DNI IN OUR LIVING ROOM HELP EHLPP," said another.
"If you thought watching Normal People with a parent was awkward definitely don't watch 365 DNI with them," wisely put one viewer.
This guy managed to dodge a bullet:
Guys, we feel for you - but at least now you've learnt your lesson.
If you do want to watch 365 DNI (sans parents), it's streaming on Netflix now.
Featured Image Credit: Netflix