365 Dni

Massimo is a member of the Sicilian Mafia and Laura is the Sales Manager. The latter does not suspect what awaits her during a trip to Sicily intended to save her couple: Massimo kidnaps her and gives her 365 days to fall in love with him.

I don’t know where to start, there is so much to say about the nullity of this film … Come on, let’s start with the easiest: the script is simply bad, flat, without surprises. The dialogues are hollow, flat. The overall construction of history is illogical, often contradicts itself. The important scenes of the film fall flat. Ex: when Massimo spoiler: But above all I found this film revolting. Revolting outdated clich├ęs about sex. Revolting by the place he attributes to women. Revolting by the violence it validates and the domineering report of a noxious man spoiler:? Because he spoiler: And so I think we reach the height of the ridiculous when Massimo spoiler: The tension rises! And finally, the crazy spoiler thing: I believe that indeed, there is only an asshole like him to think about spoiler: At this moment, I just burst out laughing it was so ridiculous … And I think that sums up the philosophy of this film pretty well. The woman is presented as an object, c spoiler: a big macho who hits him on the face regularly. In the 21st century, it is unacceptable that films can still convey such messages and be made available to an audience who might think it represents a romantic story. While no, violence, rape and kidnapping is not romantic. These are crimes punishable by law.

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