We’re just a few days away from the release of The next 365 days on Netflix. On August 19, the third and final film in the 365 days The trilogy will be released on the streamer. Everyone is excited to see how it all ends.
The next 365 days is a Netflix Original Movie directed by Barbara Bialowas and Tomasz Mandes. Mandes co-wrote the screenplay with Mojca Tirs and Blanka Lipinska. If you have seen the first two films (365 days and 365 days: This day), you would know that they are based on the novels by Lipinska 365 days book series. Apparently, The next 365 days based on the third novel in the series.
The story follows Laura and Massimo’s relationship as they try to process their problems and jealousy. But it won’t be easy when Nacho works hard to break them up. The cast includes Anna-Maria Sieklucka, Magdalena Lamparska, Michele Morrone, Simone Susinna, Otar Saralidze and Rebecca Casiraghi.
That’s the way it is The next 365 days child friendly? Can a younger audience see the drama film? As always, we are here for you. We’ve shared the parent’s guide and age rating below!
The Next 365 Days Parent and Rating Guide
The drama film is rated TV-MA, which means it should only be seen by an adult audience. This rating was given for strong language, sex, nudity, alcohol use, drug use, violence, sexual innuendos, kissing scenes and smoking. Overall, it may not be suitable for those under the age of 17.
The age rating shouldn’t surprise you if you’ve seen the first two films, as they were both rated TV-MA as well. The third film would of course have the same age rating.
We strongly recommend that you watch this film when there are no children around. There is just so much content presented in the film that would be very inappropriate for a younger audience.
Take a look at the official trailer to get in the mood for the film’s release!
Get ready because The next 365 days lands on Netflix August 19 at 12:00 p.m. PT/3:00 p.m. ET!
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