Prized for its erotic allure scenes, the “365 Days” franchise was inspired, ironically, by the lack of sex.
The films are based on the books of Polish writer Blank Lipinska, who told Splash in an interview that she started writing because her boyfriend didn’t want to have sex.
“I created the first book because my ex-boyfriend didn’t want to have sex with me,” said the writer, stating that she is “very beautiful and good in bed,” which is why she didn’t understand rejection.
He said it led to pornography.
“I’ve watched porn movies and masturbated, but women like to know all the details: what was she thinking at the time? Where did she put her hand?”, Said the writer.
He said he looked for books with more exciting plots, but he didn’t find the “weird stories and shameful sex”.
This is how he came up with the idea of writing a shameless plot, about a woman kidnapped by a mafia until she wanted to give herself to him, with detailed sex scenes. The book was successful, garnered a following in literature and streaming, and last Friday (8/19) it gained another chapter on Netflix, presumably the last, but with a hook for new sequels.
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