The Next 365 Days confirms Laura’s fate after the shock cliffhanger

Netflix has released the first four minutes of The Next 365 Daysanswering the question that fans have wanted to know since 365 Days: This Day‘s shock cliffhanger: is Laura dead?

The opening sees Massimo attempt to avoid a gang war after the events of the sequel, as well as seeing him hanging out at a grave. It’s intercut with Laura’s BFF Olga preparing for her wedding, but she’s not looking too happy about it.

Fans would be right to fear for Laura after these sequences, but the final moments of the opening show that Massimo isn’t standing in front of Laura’s grave – it’s actually his twin brother Adriano who has died.

Phew.

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If you cast your mind back to the dramatic ending of 365 Days: This DayAdriano was shot by Massimo after Laura was shot by his ex-lover Anna, who was also shot by Nacho as he tried to protect Laura.

There’s no sign of Anna in these opening scenes, so her fate is unclear. We don’t see Laura either, but we assume it’s her who is on the phone with Massimo at the end unless Netflix is ​​cleverly hiding the fact that she’s dead too.

We doubt it, as Laura and Massimo’s on-off relationship continued to be explored in the third book of the 365 Days trilogy. The sequel made some big changes to the original book and we’d imagine the same will happen in the third movie.

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Netflix has also released an official synopsis for the threequel, although it is light on actual detail. “Laura and Massimo’s relationship hangs in the balance as they try to overcome trust issues and jealousy while a tenacious Nacho works to push them apart,” it reads.

At least we don’t have too long to wait to find out how Laura and Massimo’s torrid love story will end.

The Next 365 Days is released on Netflix on August 19.

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