Netflix hasn’t officially announced The Next 365 Days 4, but given The Next 365 Days’ enigmatic ending, a return for Laura and Massimo can’t be ruled out.
The sequel departed from the book’s plot in order to convey its own version of the trilogy’s major love story. The trilogy was based on the books by Blanka Lipiska, and while the first film was a faithful adaptation, it departed from the book’s events in the second.
This continued in the third film, which, in contrast to the book it was partially based on, essentially told its own plot. All of this built up to a conclusion that was quite different from the events of the trilogy of books and was more of an ellipsis than a full stop.
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Therefore, it’s impossible to rule out the possibility of a fourth 365 Days film appearing on Netflix, especially if The Next 365 Days proves to be as popular with audiences as the first two films for the streaming site were.
In light of this, here is all the information you require for a future 365 Days 4.
365 Days 4 potential release date: When could 365 Days 4 be on Netflix?
As previously said, 365 Days 4 has not yet been officially confirmed by Netflix, therefore as of August 2022, no release date has been set.
Because the second and third movies were made back-to-back, they were released quite close together (April 2022 and August 2022). We wouldn’t have to wait more than a few months if a fourth movie had not been secretly filmed.
Two years passed between 365 Days and its follow-up, 365 Days: This Day, so if a fourth film is in the works, that timetable seems more feasible. It implies that, if it happens at all, we may have to wait until 2024 to see Laura and Massimo again.
We might not have to wait too long to learn whether there will be a new movie from Netflix because the company normally bases its decision on a film’s or TV show’s performance during the first 28 days. As soon as we learn anything, we’ll inform you here.
Who would return for 365 Days 4 from the 65 Days 4 cast?
If a fourth instalment of the 365 Days series were to be produced, Anna-Maria Sieklucka and Michele Morrone, who play Laura and Massimo, respectively, would undoubtedly return.
The series’ third character, played by Simone Susinna’s Nacho, would also likely return since, depending on his choices, he might play a bigger role in Laura’s destiny.
While Otar Saralidze’s part in the third film was very small, he should return as Olga’s fiancé and Massimo’s right-hand man Domenico. Magdalena Lamparska will also probably return as Laura’s best friend Olga.
Laura’s parents Klara and Tomasz, who were played by Ewa Kasprzyk and Dariusz Jakubowski, respectively, in the third film, could possibly make cameo cameos.
How is the 365 Days 3 conclusion used to set up the 365 Days 4 plot?
We have the entire plot summary for The Next 365 Days right here if you want to know everything that happened.
We’ll only focus on the climactic scenes as though a fourth film exists; that will be the thread that is continued. Laura finds Massimo on the beach after Nacho assures her that he would wait for her.
He knows about her beach bonk with Nacho, so she presumably expects him to be furious, but he’s actually rather chill.
He discusses how he’s “She mentions a line from a book his father had read to him as a youngster, “If you really love something, just let it go,” and says she is “devastated” by the fact that she feels she can’t talk to him about the death of their baby. If it returns, it is always yours. If not, it was never intended to be.”
When Laura looks at him and says, “One day, you’ll also be a great father,” Massimo asks, “Are you back, baby girl?”
That line serves as the movie’s cliffhanger, so if a fourth film is produced, it will have to continue where the third left off. As the fourth film opens, Laura has already made up her mind about who she wants to date—Massimo or Nacho—and there is little sign of their relationship turmoil escalating.
It might possibly revolve around Olga and Domenico’s wedding because their romance wasn’t given much attention in the third movie. A wedding would be the best place for everyone to express their emotions, which could lead to further drama.
A fourth 365 Days book by Blanka Lipiska hasn’t been published yet, but as the third film ends very differently from the third book, a prospective fourth movie would still need to tell its own tale.
All we can really tell for now is that there will be a lot of sex if 365 Days 4 does air on Netflix.
After the shocking conclusion of 365 Days: This Day, The Next 365 Days takes place. We hear that Laura survived the church shooting but Adriano, Massimo’s evil doppelganger, died. Massimo has Laura’s attention, and she is sick of being treated like a sick child. Laura interrupts one of Massimo’s “business meetings” after getting her hair done in order to woo him at the counter next to her. Then, Laura admits that she could have feelings for Nacho while dining out with Olga.
Massimo confronts Laura about going out on her own in a nightclub. The two enter a secluded space where a stripper is present. They appear to be having a three-way for a moment, but Laura finally urges the dancer to leave and engages in sexual activity with Massimo. At home later, an inebriated person Massimo inquires as to what transpired on the island, and they quarrel over the infant Laura lost. It is uncertain if Laura hooked up with Nacho on her trip to the island in the following flashback. When Laura eventually nods off, she has a dream in which she has sex with Nacho, but when she awakens, Massimo is in her bed. Massimo is confident she is hiding something despite her clamminess and claim that it is only a hangover.
Massimo tries to forget about Laura by getting high on cocaine and having sex, but it doesn’t work. Laura puts all of her effort into her career because, well, Massimo gave her a fashion line for Christmas in the previous movie. She once observes her designer having sex with a model and doesn’t seem to mind. (This scene in the movie is essentially an orgy.)
Laura and Olga attend a fashion show in Lagos, Portugal, where they continue to party and represent brands. As it happens, Nacho is also there to compete in a surfing competition which means Laura continues to have intense sex dreams about him. Laura encounters Nacho’s sister at a fashion display in a bar (and Nacho).
Laura gives Nacho a kiss. Then, after telling her that he loves her, he takes her to a house that might or might not be his. On the beach, they have a passionate exchange that quickly turns into sex. Nacho confesses that Laura loves Massimo, which is why he spared his life. Nacho continues by stating that he does not wish to compel Laura into being with him. Instead, he will let her go back to Massimo and wait for her.
Massimo is waiting for Laura at her hotel in an upsetting mood. Laura mentions that she’s on the verge of filing for divorce, which clearly infuriates Massimo. Massimo grants Laura some time to consider her options. He agrees.
Laura returns home to her parents and confesses to them that she’s in love with Nacho. When she adds that she doesn’t know who she’d choose, her mother says women have to put their own happiness first in relationships. Laura dreams of a threeway with both Massimo and Nacho in which, yes, the men make out.
Olga calls Laura to tell her he overheard Massimo telling his friend that he knows Laura slept with Nacho. Olga is worried Massimo will murder Laura, but she says she’s not afraid of her husband and that she’s going to return to Sicily.
To his great peril, Nacho has impersonated Laura’s driver when she arrives in Sicily. Nacho admits that he didn’t fall in love with Laura right away but eventually did because of her fury, stubbornness, and all of her other eccentricities. She allegedly taught him how to be best friends with your partner, according to him. Nacho wants to do anything for Laura. Laura responds that she must speak with Massimo because she is unable to continue in the current state but that she needs more time. ‘I’ll wait,’ claims Nacho.
Olga is frantic and horrified to see Nacho as the driver when they get to Massimo’s villa. Olga continues to believe that Massimo will kill everyone since he is a criminal lord. Laura travels by herself to the beach to confront Massimo. Massimo begins by stating that he didn’t intend to be bad and that he felt sorry that Laura felt she had to deal with her sadness on her own because she didn’t feel she could tell him about the news of their child.
Massimo is questioned by Laura as to why he did nothing since he already knew about her and Nacho. If you really love something, just let it go, says Massimo. If it returns, it is always yours. If not, it was never intended to be.
Are you back, baby girl? Massimo enquires. The song “Angels” by Michele Morrone’s own kid is playing while the camera pans between Massimo and Laura.
The film comes to an end at that point! Who Laura selects is always a mystery!
The Next 365 Days’ conclusion appears to be a type of “choose your own adventure” scenario. If you want evidence that Laura and Massimo have a strong relationship, consider her kind remark that Massimo will make a terrific father someday. On the other hand, Laura’s remark to Nacho that she needs to leave this circumstance suggests she leaves Massimo if you believe this movie is a sombre exploration of a woman learning how to leave an abusive husband. It’s incredibly interpretable!
365 Days 4 trailer: Any 365 Days 4 footage yet?
Oh, no. Filming hasn’t yet begun, thus there won’t be any footage for 365 Days 4 for a very long time because Netflix hasn’t even confirmed it. Even the third film didn’t get a trailer until a few weeks before it came out.
You can rewatch the full trilogy on Netflix right now if you’re craving some Massimo and Laura sex.
You can watch The Next 365 Days right now on Netflix.