People Are Canceling Their Netflix Subscriptions After Watching New Movie ‘365 DNI’

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The new Netflix movie 365 DNI has certainly ruffled some feathers…

Keep scrolling to find out why.

And it’s getting people seriously hot under the collar.

365 DNI is the hot topic of the week.

The polish movie landed on the streaming giant a couple of days ago, and it’s all anyone can talk about.

And has been written and directed by Barbara Bialowas.

Massimo ends up kidnapping a sales director named Laura, who is on vacation trying to save her relationship.

But here’s where things get… interesting.

Massimo gives Laura 365 days to fall in love with him.

There’s a ton of intimate scenes that give the likes of Fifty Shades a run for its money.

And, boy, viewers are loving it.

Some of the scenes are that raunchy..

That many people are speculating as to whether the actors were actually having intercourse.

And the general consensus is very.

And, in true Twitter-style, there were a lot of memes…

The internet well and truly exploded with reactions – many of which consisted of viewers begging for Massimo to kidnap them.

Because, despite Massimo being a mafia member and a full-fledged kidnapper

Many are completely drooling over the character, and even want to be kidnapped by him themselves.

Many viewers have been urging people against watching it with company.

Yeah, this is definitely an alone time kind of movie…

But, of course, there are some people out there who have been missing this memo.

Yep, several Netflix users have admitted to not quite understanding the type of movie 365 DNI is…

And some poor souls have even gone on to watch the full thing with their parents. 

And, as a result of their subtle and causal description of the movie, many have found themselves basically sitting through a porno with mom and dad. Yikes.

The raunchy movie was enough for her to delete her Netflix subscription completely.

Roisin O’Connor, who writes for The Independent, recently explained why it took 365 DNI for her to delete her subscription.

“There are so many things wrong with this film. Within the first 15 minutes, the character Massimo has already forced a flight attendant on his private jet to perform oral sex on him,” she began by writing. “Another five minutes and Laura has been kidnapped, with Massimo informing her that he will have her parents killed if she tries to escape. When she does try, she runs into Massimo executing a former member of his crime family for luring young girls into sex work.”

‘The next day Massimo gives Laura a nice breakfast and takes her shopping. He later forces her onto his jet and sexually assaults her on the way to Rome. Then he chains her to a bed and forces her to watch as a sex worker performs oral sex on him.”

“I could expend plenty more energy going through exactly why 365 Days is quite so appalling. But really, it was just the final straw in the build-up to deleting my Netflix account altogether,” she explained.

During the lockdown period, the writer found herself falling into a downward spiral by binge-watching the same shows repeatedly – and when she decided to try something new, it was that ridiculous, something inside her snapped.

“Of course, there are plenty of great shows on Netflix about a vast range of different subjects. But for me, it’s become a trap in which I return to the same old shows every time and that prevents me from doing other things that I find infinitely more fulfilling.”

“To generously paraphrase a quote from the film, I didn’t need 365 Days to make me fall out of love with Netflix, but it definitely helped.”

Watching 365 DNI holds the risk of you wanting to delete your Netflix account. But for those who are firm on keeping their accounts, keep scrolling to see what’s coming to Netflix this month…