SERIES REVIEW PART 1: SQUID GAMES
I have never been a sworn fan of series generally. I like movies any day, even up to 10. I rarely do series, but I gave Squid games a chance. I have gone past the first episode: “Red Light, Green Light”
Despite the hype, there are more life issues like divorce than just games or gambling that most reviewers focus on. I find it a character and creativity building series for anyone above 18-years. Characters are largely struggling with debt and poverty. You will hate debt and poverty after watching it.
Please let loose and go watch Squid games. It has both action and drama. Anyway, if you fear too much blood, gambling, and dead bodies, don’t try it. People pay with their bodies in the games. Think about it: If you don’t have money to bet, you can agree to slaps every time you lose and many other things. I think Squid slapping is chicken feeds compared to those by African parents. That is just basic. If you are an adrenaline junkie, you will not get off your seat. Squid has surprise twists. Entrepreneurs, especially in Fintech, should watch it.