The Game of Squid, the South Korean series that swepts in Netflix, stood in the resistance on its delivery issued at dawn from October 7 to 8. Begoña Vargas, Chechu Salgado and Ruiz Marcos went to present the laws of the border and, in addition, faced the challenges of Jorge Ponce inspired by fiction.
Ponce entered the set dressed as the staff that guides participants in the series, with a red jacket and a visor with a triangle. "It seems the most," he admitted Vargas. The collaborator brought a bag full of calamari. "Everyone has to take one," he explained.
The actress was surprised to know the dynamics of the game. "You have taken a displeasure, you thought you were going to see your favorite series and this is," said David Broncano between laughter. "This is not Korea, it's Spain," Ponce argued.
Ponce proposed a second game. The challenge consisted of throwing the squid to a poster of the laws of the border and trying to give on the faces of the actors. Salgado was the first to participate and hit. "He has given him in the fucking face," the format driver said.
Broncano was about placing on his table the poster of the laws of the border when Vargas stopped him. "The poster does not. If we take out the poster, things have to be done well," said the interpreter, who pulled a giant poster from the tape directed by Daniel Monzón.
"The story begins in the summer of 1978. Ignacio Cañas, an introverted student and something inadapped, is 17 years old and lives in Gerona. By knowing the Zarco and Tere, two young criminals of the Chinatown of the city, it is immersed in a Unstoppable career of theft, robberies and robberies that will last throughout the summer and that will change your life forever, "says the synopsis of the film, based on Javier's homonymous novel. The laws of the border premiere on October 8.Updated Date: 08 October 2021, 22:00