The Game of the Squid, the Hwang Dong-Hyuk series, is sweeping in Netflix since it was released in mid-September. It is inspired by the subgenre of manga survival games, usually with a lot of predicament between children and youthful public. But eye, you do not have to be kept by that innocent aesthetic of comic.
In the series, very indebted people receive the offer to undergo some tests but if they lose ... they can die. If they win, they will receive a millionaire award thanks to which they will end their serious economic problems.
In the plot, twisted plots are raised, moral dilemmas of draft, there are scenes with free violence, Matanzas (even), etc., so the established age leaves out an audience between which it is silent: preadolescents. However, each family knows its stems better than anyone, as well as their degree of maturity. Therefore, it is preferable that if a child wants to see it, the viewing is supervised by an adult.
To the purely argument content of the squid game joins an alert that does Netflix at a time of the fourth chapter (the team is the first): "Some scenes have strobe effects that can affect photosensitive spectators", which refers to an effect Optical that occurs when illuminating bybreves light flashes an object that moves quickly and periodically. In some spectators it could produce migraines and even epilepsy.Updated Date: 09 October 2021, 19:13