The NETFLIX trailer for the sequel to the steamy 365 Days movie has drawn criticism from some viewers for reportedly romanticizing toxic relationships.
Critics online have expressed their distaste for the first trailer of 365 Days: This Day, as some say the Netflix original films glorify abusive relationships.
The first part of 365 Days premiered in 2020 and broke the internet with its passionate portrayal of a mafia boss who captured a civilian to make her fall in love with him.
While some fans called the Polish film “the hottest thing ever” and it has at times ranked in the streaming service’s top 10 in over 90 countries, other viewers thought the film was spreading a “sick” message.
A Twitter user said that the film tries to “romanticize and drug you into accepting the sex trade”.
“You all love a movie about a woman who is kidnapped and forced to have sex with this man. Sick,” the person wrote.
Youtube comments on the sequel trailer show that many social media users share the same dislike for the new film.
“Another film that romanticizes toxic relationships,” read one comment.
“Hopefully they have a better storyline this time,” said another.
A Twitter user said that the sex scenes in the first film were more like rape scenes.
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“The film shows how easy it is to glorify a bad man, how we can romanticize harassing behavior,” they said.
Welsh singer Duffy also joined the discourse to say the film glorified the sex trade.
The 36-year-old singer penned a powerful statement to Netflix CEO Reed Hastings, urging the streaming service to reconsider its actions.
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