People are horrified after watching kinky movie 365 DNI with parents

‘It literally felt like I was watching porn with them’: People share their horror after accidentally watching Netflix’s VERY kinky new movie 365 DNI with their PARENTS

  • Polish erotic film 365 DNI launched on Netflix on Sunday to much fanfare
  • The film sees a businesswoman imprisoned by a mafia boss against her will 
  • The English version has been compared to the series Fifty Shades of Grey by fans
  • Critics claim the film ‘romanticizes a forced relationship’ 
  • People have confessed to accidentally watching it with their parents 
  • Others were mortified to admit they caught their parents tuning in 

People have confessed to accidentally watching Netflix’s erotically-charged drama 365 DNI with their parents while recounting the horror of having to sit through the film’s kinky sex scenes in their presence.   

The Polish movie, also known as 365 Days, tells the story of ‘fiery executive’ Laura Biel (Anna-Maria Sieklucka) who is kidnapped and imprisoned on a holiday to Sicily by mafia boss Massimo Torricelli (Michele Morrone).  

Many Twitter users admitted they didn’t know what they getting into when they turned on 365 DNI, which includes graphic scenes featuring BDSM, voyeurism, and oral sex on a plane. 

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Awckard! Polish erotic film 365 DNI launched on Netflix on Sunday to much fanfare, but some people admitted to accidentally watching the sexually-charged film with their parents 

Yikes: People took to Twitter to recount the horror of having to sit through the X-rated film’s sex scenes with their parents 

‘I’ve watched 365 DNI together with my parents… yep, it literally felt like I was watching porn with my parents,’ one person tweeted, while another asked: ‘Bruh why am I watching 365 DNI with my mom — awkward af.’

‘I saw 365 DNI trending on Netflix so I casually put it on the living room TV…. y’all know I’m at my parents’ house….. boy shook,’ one woman admitted. 

‘365 DNI was the first thing that popped up on Netflix and my dad was still in the living room and he asked me “what is that, is it good?” and I said “I don’t know, looks boring,”‘ someone else shared. 

Then there were those who were mortified to find out their parents were watching the steamy film on their own volition. 

‘MY PARENTS ARE WATCHING 365 DNI IN OUR LIVING ROOM HELP EHLPP,’ one Twitter user griped. 

‘CAUGHT MY MOM WATCHING 365 DNI ON THE TV,,,,, IM STAYING UPSTAIRS ALL DAY IDC IDC IDC,’ another tweeted. 

Some people explicitly warned Netflix fans to watch the film alone.   

‘Netflix really be out here promoting 365 DNI as if it’s not basically a porno. God bless all ya’ll accidentally watching it with parents,’ one person tweeted. 

‘365 DNI !! Do not watch it with parents I just feel like I have to throw that out there!!!’ someone else advised.  

The X-rated film has sparked furious controversy on both sides of the Atlantic after it arrived on the streaming service in both the US and the UK on Sunday. 

Fans said it was the ‘hottest thing ever’ and ‘made Fifty Shades of Grey look PG,’ but critics have accused the creators of ‘romanticizing’ a dangerous relationship between a captor and victim.  

Not for the faint of heart: Netflix’s 365 DNI includes graphic scenes featuring BDSM, voyeurism, and oral sex on a plane 

Think twice: Some people explicitly warned Netflix fans to watch the film alone

‘Please remember that there is a huge difference between fantasy and reality. If you are a guy, please don’t get any ideas,’ one person wrote. ‘No girl wants to be kidnapped and made to fall in love.’

Meanwhile, another viewer tweeted: ‘It romanticizes harassment (which is so messy by the way), there’s Stockholm syndrome (which is a mental condition from which a victim falls in love with her abductor and should not be normalized).’ 

The Twitter user pleaded with her fellow viewers to stop comparing the Polish movie to Fifty Shades of Grey, insisting that there are few parallels between the two other than the risque sex scenes. 

‘Sure the sex scenes are great and very intimate, but all of those happened after a few sexual harassment and uncomfortable scenarios,’ she continued. ‘I mean – stop comparing it to Fifty Shades of Grey.’

The film, adapted from Blanka Lipińska’s book of the same name, begins with Laura, a sales director at a luxurious Warsaw hotel, take a holiday to Sicily with her boyfriend Martin in a last-ditch attempt to save their relationship. 

Massimo, who took over from his mafia boss father after his assassination, kidnaps her on the island and gives her ‘a year to fall in love with him.’ 

People are talking: The film has sparked furious controversy on both sides of the Atlantic after it arrived on the streaming service in both the US and the UK on Sunday. 

 For real? A number of viewers compared the erotic film to pornography 

 

Controversy: The movie has been compared to the series Fifty Shades of Grey by fans, while critics claim it ‘romanticizes a forced relationship’ 

In once scene, Laura is forced to watch Massimo be pleasured by another woman while she remains chained to a wall, wearing nothing but a dressing gown.

Another shows the couple engaging in some very steamy intercourse on the mafia boss’ yacht after Massimo saves Laura’s life. 

Shocked viewers also watch Laura being tied to a chair on a private jet while Massimo teases her, and later they’re seen enjoying a fiery exchange of words while naked with one another in the shower.

Despite the criticism, the film already has plenty of viewers feeling hot under the collar and it has been widely compared to E.L. James’s Fifty Shades franchise.  

‘Fifty Shades can’t beat this movie at all. Massimo was a beast,’ one viewer tweeted, while another wrote: ‘If anyone is a Fifty Shades fan they NEED to watch 365 DNI… I’m sweating.’ 

‘Honestly how Netflix approved that pornographic film called 365 DNI is beyond me. Ten minutes and my eyes,’ someone else asked. 

And one viewer joked: ‘I made my own Netflix account just so I can watch #365dni without my family knowing.’ 

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