NETFLIX’s sex-mad 365 Days director is currently working on a new project which is set to be just as filthy.
According to Deadline, Barbara Bialowas, 42, will direct the adaptation of the first novel in Vanessa Fewings’ romance series The Enthrall Sessions.
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365 Days director Barbara Bialowas has been cast to direct a new film[/caption]
365 Days arrived on Netflix after huge success in Poland, where it grossed $9M.
Now Barbara has a new movie to sink her teeth into and the filmmaker described the book as “fascinating and powerful.”
Vanessa Fewings is happy to have her at the helm for her novel’s adaptation.
She said: “I couldn’t be more thrilled to have Barbara Bialowas as the director for Enthrall.
365 Days grossed $9M in Poland[/caption]
“She’s shared with me her vision for the film, and I know fans of the series will be blown away.”
Enthrall follows Mia Lauren, a young woman who is struggling to make ends meet and begins working in a secret L.A. club.
While there, she starts a relationship with the club owner and psychiatrist Cameron Cole, who uses unique sexual methods to treat his patients.
The author has published a total of eight books in the Enthrall series, the last of which, Enthrall Climax, hitting the shelves in 2018.
365 Days was slammed for “glamourising sex trafficking”[/caption]
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365 Days was criticised by some viewers, as singer Duffy who slammed the movie for “glamourising sex trafficking” following her horrific rape ordeal.
The 36-year-old singer penned a powerful statement to Netflix CEO Reed Hastings, urging the streaming service to think about its actions.
Sharing her concerns, Duffy wrote: “365 Days glamorizes the brutal reality of sex trafficking, kidnapping and rape.
“This should not be anyone’s idea of entertainment, nor should it be described as such, or be commercialized in this manner.”