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365 Days: This Day Ending Explained

Despite significant criticism for promoting sexual violence and mob life, ‘365 Days’ was a phenomenally popular film. The filmmakers of the sequel, ‘365 Days: This Day,’ appear to have decided to ignore what the critics said and adhere to what succeeded commercially in the first film. The two films are based on the first two books in the trilogy ‘365 dni’ by Polish novelist Blanka Lipinska.

Massimo Torricelli (Michele Morrone), the heir of a strong Sicilian mafia family, sees Laura (Anna Maria Sieklucka) on the day his father is murdered in the previous film and becomes enamored with her. He instructs his subordinates to kidnap her. Massimo then informs her that he intends to hold her captive for 365 days in order for her to fall in love with him. Laura does, in the end. She becomes pregnant as well.

The second installment begins on the eve of Laura and Massimo’s wedding. However, problems quickly arise for the pair after Laura suspects Massimo of cheating on her. Here’s all you need to know about the series’ conclusion, ‘365 Days: This Day.’ WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD.

Plot Synopsis for 365 Days: This Day

‘365 Days: This Day’ opens, naturally, with Laura and Massimo having sex. They’re in their wedding gowns and aren’t supposed to see each other, but these characters can’t be faulted for being conventional. Laura’s best friend Olga (Magdalena Lamparska) barges in on them just as they finish, causing an uproar. After Massimo has left, the girls’ chat reveals bits of what happened in the tunnel at the end of the first film. Laura made it through the tragedy, but her baby did not. She hasn’t told Massimo yet, fearing an all-out conflict between competing mafia factions since she knows Massimo will want revenge.

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Laura begins to feel bored and suffocated in her life as a mob wife after the honeymoon phase is ended. This is when she meets Nacho (Simone Susinna), a man from Spain who claims to be their gardener. Despite their brief discussion, he seems to leave a lasting impression on her.

Laura and Massimo spend the holiday season with Laura’s parents, Olga, and members of Massimo’s organization. Massimo has understood that his wife needs to keep herself busy and has purchased a clothes firm for her to operate. That night, after sex, the two of them talk about family, and Massimo eventually admits to having a brother. When Laura attempts to elicit further information from him, he almost departs the room. While all of this is going on, Olga and Domenico develop a romance and are engaged.

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They organize a party at their house while Laura is still upset with Massimo. Laura believes she sees Massimo leaving with Anna (Natasza Urbaska) and pursues them. When she finally locates them, they are having sex in one of her own home’s rooms. Laura rushes out of her house, enraged and embarrassed, and collides with Nacho, who is preparing to depart for his home. He offers to take her away, which she gratefully accepts. Laura calls her mother the next morning to inform her that she is leaving Massimo before throwing her phone away.

Nacho invites her to his house, a rustic and spacious structure that Nacho claims belonged to his father. When Laura inquires about his father, Nacho is evasive. In any case, Laura seemed to be having a good time with Nacho and his hugely pregnant sister Amelia. Despite the fact that the latter’s state reminds her of her miscarriage, she develops feelings for the other woman. Laura initiates a connection with Nacho after believing Massimo has deceived her and urgently wanting to move on. Massimo, on the other hand, uses the full force of his organization to find his wife.

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Is Laura Dead? 365 Days: This Day Ending: Is Laura Dead?

It is later discovered that the man Laura observed with Anna was actually Massimo’s identical twin brother, Adriano. Even in a mob family like theirs, Adriano is seen as a bad apple. It is strongly hinted that he caused his and Massimo’s father a great deal of anguish. His relationship with his brother isn’t any better. Massimo never tells his wife that he has a brother. Adriano worked with Anna, who is still upset that Massimo chose Laura over her, to cause discord in Massimo’s marriage. Laura is a surprise gift from God for Adriano. He sees she is his brother’s only weakness and seeks to use it.

Nacho, on the other hand, is revealed to be the son of Don Fernando Motos, the leader of a mafia faction at odds with Massimo’s family for years. Nacho was sent by Don Motos to bring Laura to him. What neither he nor Nacho expects is for the latter to fall in love with her. In the climax moment, Adriano and Anna’s men disguised as Don Motos’ kidnap Laura. They hand her over to Adriano, and Laura recognizes right away that this is not her husband.

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Nacho and Massimo find Laura after Adriano and Anna had held her hostage in the climax scene. When Laura tries to flee, Anna shoots her, and Nacho then shoots her. Massimo pulls the triggers first, catching Adriano on the shoulder as he attempts to shoot his brother. Nacho walks away as Massimo grips his wife’s lifeless body in his arms.

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Laura is most likely still alive. ‘Another 365 Days,’ the final novel in Blanka Lipinska’s trilogy, continues to feature Laura as the main character. The third film was apparently shot concurrently with the second, thus it’s reasonable to presume that Laura will survive her injuries. Her marriage, on the other hand, is in for a rough patch. She and Massimo need to talk about their trust issues and proclivity to make bad decisions.

What Became of Laura’s Unborn Child?

During their discussion, Don Motos tells Massimo that he and others have been concerned about Massimo’s quick expansion of his empire. So they agreed to create Laura’s accident, thus admitting that he and his associates are to blame for Massimo and Laura’s unborn baby’s death. Massimo, on the other hand, is still unaware that Laura was pregnant at the time of the accident at this point in the story. He discovers the truth when Adriano confesses it to him, joyously wondering whether the child would have resembled their father or mother.

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Laura tries to get to her husband at this point, and Anna shoots her. This most likely establishes the plot for the following film. Laura didn’t tell Massimo about her pregnancy because she was afraid he would seek vengeance, as previously said. Massimo will alter now that he is aware of the loss he has undergone, and the monster he has managed to contain until now will erupt from within him.

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IMDb: 8.4

365 Days: This Day Ending Explained
365 Days: This Day Ending Explained
365 Days: This Day Ending Explained
365 Days: This Day Ending Explained
365 Days: This Day Ending Explained
365 Days: This Day Ending Explained
365 Days: This Day Ending Explained
365 Days: This Day Ending Explained
365 Days: This Day Ending Explained

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