Squid Game: a season 2 “Vader vs. Jedi”

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The creator of the Korean series says a little more about the sequel to Squid Game, and in particular the morality of its main character.

It’s no secret Squid Game is the event no one expected this year on Netflix. Building on its success, the Korean series, designed for a single season, will finally offer itself the luxury of a sequel, with the same director and creator. The latter also spoke with Entertainment Weekly to evoke season 2 of Squid Game, and to say more about the ins and outs of this already eagerly awaited sequel.

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Without giving too many details, Hwang Dong-hyuk, creator of the series, explains that season 2 will be worn by the character of Gi-hun, and will evolve according to its morality. “I’m not really in the right place to discuss Season 2 in an official setting, quips the director, But if there was to be a season 2, in the first season that we saw, Gi-hun is a character whose humanity shines through or is exposed in certain situations. In other words, his humanity is shown in a very passive way. “

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A humanity that will be at the heart of the intrigue of Squid Game season 2, since “I think in the second season, what he learned from the games and from his experience in the first season, it will all be put to use in a more active way. And at the same time, in terms of the ‘straw man [Lee Byung-hun] who was also a former winner but turned into a straw man is like Darth Vader. Some become Jedi and some become Darth Vader, right? I think maybe Gi-hun will go through some critical point where he too will be tested. “

Clearly, no intergalactic fights or lightsabers, but a reflection on good and evil, and how to stay good after going through hell. Anakin has entered the chat …

While waiting to discover this sequel, the first part of Squid Game is still available on Netflix, and is already the biggest series in the history of the platform, for a pittance in terms of production.

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