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365 Days Fans All Have The Same Complaint About The Sequel

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365 Days Fans All Have The Same Complaint About The Sequel

365 Days: This Day viewers are losing it after noticing one bizarre detail in the raunchy new Netflix film.

Since it dropped on the streaming service this week, fans have been eager to see what was next for Laura and Massimo in the erotic thriller.

To jog your memory; after being kidnapped by gangster Massimo while on a trip to Italy, a reluctant Laura was given 365 days to fall in love with him, resulting in a lot of sex between the two, and eventually a real relationship. Who would have thought?

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In the film's highly anticipated sequel, fans were treated to just as many saucy sex scenes as last time - though many couldn't help but get a little bit distracted by one odd detail.

Although the new film has a very basic plot-line (including, but not limited to a wedding, new love interest, and an evil twin), fans couldn't help but notice that it was completely overpowered by an extensive playlist of dramatic music.

Drowning out most of the dialogue, viewers joked that they felt like they were watching a lengthy music video rather than a film.

"#365days is 89% sex, 10% music and 1% plot. It’s like watching a music video" tweeted one fan.

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365 Days: This Day was less like a movie and more like a music video, according to viewers. (Netflix/Karolina Grabowska).
365 Days: This Day was less like a movie and more like a music video, according to viewers. (Netflix/Karolina Grabowska).

"#365days isn’t a movie.. it’s a f***ing 2 hour music video" wrote a second.

"There's far too many music tracks playing in this. It's like music, sex, music, sex and that's the first 15 minutes." a third quipped.

(Credit: Twitter)
(Credit: Twitter)
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Irritated by the outrageous number of music scenes, another viewer took to Twitter to ask: "Why they gotta play music every 2 F***ING MINUTES????"

Others agreed that the new Netflix film could be better described as a "pornographic music video."

One wrote: "To be honest, #365daysThisDay is a 2 hour raunchy music video with zero plot! And I am going to watch it again"

Fans of the film were stunned by the number of musical interludes. (Credit: Netflix)
Fans of the film were stunned by the number of musical interludes. (Credit: Netflix)
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While a second concurred: "At this point it’s just a pornographic music video isn’t it? #365DaysThisDay"

(Credit: Twitter)
(Credit: Twitter)

Despite the strange editing choice, viewers were left on the edge of their seats when the movie concluded with a major cliffhanger, leaving them in suspense for the final film in the trilogy.

Fans admitted to being pretty confused by the end of the film when they were left "horny and crying" at the same time.

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You can stream 365 Days: This Day on Netflix now.

Featured Image Credit: Netflix

Topics: TV And Film, Netflix

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