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What would ‘The Squid Game’ look like in Russian: a former miner and a single mother against Moscow oligarchs

What would ‘The Squid Game’ look like in Russian: a former miner and a single mother against Moscow oligarchs
What would ‘The Squid Game’ look like in Russian: a former miner and a single mother against Moscow oligarchs

Photo source: DALL-E neural network

What would ‘The Squid Game’ look like in Russian: a former miner and a single mother against Moscow oligarchs

Photo source: DALL-E neural network

No Korean sweet aesthetic – welcome to the harsh and unforgiving Siberia.

The Netflix charts are being torn apart by 8 Show, another variation of The Squid Game, whose second season hasn’t even been given a release date yet. We decided to imagine what a Korean project could look like, transferred to our reality.

The beginning

In an alternative version of modern Russia, ravaged by economic crisis and social inequality, people desperately search for a way out of debt and poverty. The organizers of the mysterious game are offering participants the chance to win a huge amount of money by taking part in deadly challenges.

Organizers: Leading Russian oligarchs who organize these games for their entertainment and as a way to further control the poorest parts of the population.

Place: An abandoned industrial complex hidden from the public, perhaps in a remote part of Siberia or an abandoned factory.

Main characters:

Dmitri: A former miner from a provincial town who lost his job and fell into debt. Hoping to win money to provide for his family.

Anna: A teacher who lost everything due to corruption and fraud. He wants to get money to avenge his lost life and start all over again.

Boris: Former soldier turned bandit. Sees the game as an opportunity for redemption and a new start.

Svetlana: A young single mother who is willing to do anything for her child’s future.

Plot development:

Dmitry and Anna become allies and join forces to survive. Boris helps them with his military skills.

Svetlana is held hostage by her fears, but gradually finds the strength to fight for the sake of her child.

Participants discover that the games are run by a shadowy organization whose goal is to identify the toughest and smartest people to use in their plans.

Climax:

The final game becomes a battle not only for money, but also for the right to change your life. The surviving participants are faced with moral dilemmas and must decide what is more important to them: money or honor.

In the final test, Dmitry and Anna discover that the only way to survive is to expose the conspiracy and destroy the organization from within.

But surviving is just the beginning.

Previously, we invited readers to find out what Game of Thrones could have looked like in Russian reality.

Author: Alexey Pletkin

Source: Popcorn News

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