We need to talk about Squid Game

The hit Korean series – on track to be Netflix’s most popular show – exposes some hard truth about human behaviour

In Netflix’s hit series Squid Game, demoralised people on the margins of society are invited to participate in a series of children’s games.
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(FINANCIAL TIMES) - Are you willing to do anything in order to win?

In Netflix's hit series Squid Game, demoralised people on the margins of society - unemployed, impoverished, in debt, gambling addicts, embezzlers, a Pakistani labourer, a North Korean defector - are invited to participate in a series of children's games.

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