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If you need a recap, the movie is a follow-up to the erotic thriller 365 Days, which was adapted from the book trilogy by Polish author Blanka Lipińska.
Beneath all the steamy sex scenes, the movie sees Massimo kidnapping Laura - a woman he saw five years ago on the day his father was murdered - while she's on holiday in Italy attempting to save her failing relationship.
Massimo then gives Laura 365 days (hence the name) to fall in love with him, and, in short, what follows is sex. A lot of it. Like, everywhere.
Fans were already overwhelmed by the ‘intense’ opening scenes of the sequel movie, and are now apparently shocked by the golf scene - which happens around 16 minutes into the film.
“I love that the 365 Days sequel is so much more unhinged than the original,” one viewer noted. “Within the first half an hour, the dude hits a golf ball into her p***y. Call that a hole in one, goddamn.”
“I just finished the new 365 Days, sex scenes 10/10,” another admitted. “However, everything was overly sexualized and over-exaggerated. The unnecessary sexual golf scene…”
A different fan tweeted: “That new 365 Days movie is too wild. I had to turn it off cause why are you putting a golf ball in her coochie?”
“Please what was that golf scene in 365 Days: This Day?,” another asked.
“365 Days This Day, is a 1 hr 52 min long music video with bad porno,” a different viewer explained. “Playing golf to score in her vajayjay.”
“17 minutes into 365 Days: This Day, and so far all we've gotten is sex scene after sex scene, no dialogue, and a shot of him using her vagina as a golf hole.”
Or, as another simply put it: “Dude just putted a golf ball at wife’s t***!”
365 Days: This Day is available to stream now on Netflix.
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