Squid Game Film, wiki, release Date, Cast, Trailer, and Storyline

Squid Game

Squid Game movie

Squid Game (Korean: 오징어게임; RR: Ojing-eo Geim) Game (Korean: RR: Ojing-eo Geim) is a South Korean survival drama streaming television series written and directed by Hwang Dong-Squid hyuk. Lee Jung-Jae, Park Hae-soo, and Wi Ha-Joon appear in the nine-episode series, which follows a group of people who risk their lives in a secret survival game with a prize pool of $45.6 billion (US$38.7 million).

On September 17, 2021, Netflix released it internationally.

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Squid Game Film Release Date

On September 17, 2021, Netflix released it internationally.

Squid Game Film Storyline

Plot Summary & Review

Four hundred and fifty-six persons, all of whom have had financial hardships in their lives, are invited to participate in a secret survival challenge. They risk their lives to vie for a 45.6 billion (US$38.5 million) reward by competing in a series of conventional children’s games with dangerous twists.

Squid Game, a new Netflix blockbuster, sets up an intriguing mystery. The Korean drama depicts a deadly Game in which players engage in a series of children’s games for a chance to earn a prize of 45.6 billion won (approximately $38 million). In a violent show that takes place in perfect secrecy in modern-day Korea, eliminated players are swiftly executed. We gradually see the machinations behind the Game, which turns horrific violence into entertainment, as we monitor the players, including gambler Ki-hun, disgraced banker Sang-woo, and North Korean exile Sae-byeok.

By the end of the series, we have a winner as well as an explanation for the Game, along with a lot of global societal backdrop thrown in for good measure. If you’ve skimmed through the program and think you might have missed something, here’s a rundown of what happened in Squid Game’s Season 1 finale.

The season finale begins with Gi-hun and Sang-woo tossing a coin for the final game, which is the identical Squid Game as the first season. After Sang-woo killed Sae-byeok at the end of the penultimate episode, Gi-hun is out for vengeance (RIP, queen). The Front Man informs the VIPs that Squid Game was the most physically demanding and brutal game played by Korean children, and it lives up to the hype, with old childhood buddies fighting to the death with steak knives in the pouring rain.

Gi-hun eventually gains the upper hand and pins Sang-woo to the ground with a knife in his hand. But, despite his rage, he does not murder his former friend. Instead, he walks over to the finish line, where a bodyguard is waiting to shoot Sang-woo if he wins. Gi-hun realizes this and decides to call a halt to the game and hand over the money rather than let Sang-woo perish. Sang-woo, however, stabs himself in the back, allowing Gi-hun to accept the prize money and asking Gi-hun to assist his mother

Gi-hun is dropped off in Seoul with a debit card loaded with his winnings, distraught. He has a conversation with the Front Man on the way back, in which the game master advises him to forget about the game and says, “You put your money on horses. It’s the same situation here, but we’re betting on humans. You are our mounts.” Gi-hun returns home, seeing Sang-frightened woo’s mother along the way, and learns that his mother has died at their residence.

A year has passed, and an unkempt, bearded Gi-hun is riding the subway. We hear at a meeting with a banking official that he hasn’t spent a penny of the prize money that has been sitting on his debit card. We don’t get much of an explanation as to why, but we do see him ask the bank executive for 10,000 won (about $8), which he spends on a beer and flowers from a street seller. It appears to be a decision based on grief and the pain he hasn’t dealt with as a result of the game.

Squid Game Film Cast

  • Lee Jung-jae as Seong Gi-hun (No. 456)
  • Park Hae-soo as Cho Sang-woo (No. 218)
  • Oh Yeong-su as Oh Il-nam (No. 001)
  • HoYeon Jung as Kang Sae-byeok (No. 067)
  • Heo Sung-tae as Jang Deok-su (No. 101)
  • Anupam Tripathi as Abdul Ali (No. 199)
  • Kim Joo-ryoung as Han Mi-nyeo (No. 212)
    • Lee Yoo-mi as Ji-yeong (No. 240)
    • Yoo Sung-joo as Byeong-gi (No. 111)
    • Kim Si-hyun as No. 244

Squid Game Film Wiki

  • Also known as Round Six
  • Hangul 오징어게임
  • Revised Romanization Ojing-eo Geim
  • McCune–Reischauer Ojingŏ Keim
  • Genre
  • Created by Netflix
  • Written by Hwang Dong-hyuk
  • Directed by Hwang Dong-hyuk
  • Starring
    Lee Jung-jae
    Park Hae-soo
    Wi Ha-joon
  • Composer Jung Jae-il
  • Country of origin South Korea
  • Original language Korean
    No. of seasons 1
    No. of episodes 9 (list of episodes)
  • Production
  • Camera setup Multi-camera
  • Running time 32–63 minutes
  • Production company Siren Pictures Inc.[1]
  • Distributor Netflix
  • Original network Netflix
  • Picture format
    4K (Ultra HD)
    Dolby Vision
  • Audio format Dolby Atmos
  • Original release September 17, 2021

Squid Game Film Episodes

No.             Title Directed by                 Written by            Original release date

  1. “Red Light, Green Light” Hwang Dong-hyuk Hwang Dong-hyuk September 17, 2021
  2. “Hell” Hwang Dong-hyuk Hwang Dong-hyuk September 17, 2021
  3. “The Man with the Umbrella” Hwang Dong-hyuk Hwang Dong-hyuk September 17, 2021
  4. “Stick to the Team” Hwang Dong-hyuk Hwang Dong-hyuk September 17, 2021
  5. “A Fair World” Hwang Dong-hyuk Hwang Dong-hyuk September 17, 2021
  6. “Gganbu” Hwang Dong-hyuk Hwang Dong-hyuk September 17, 2021
  7. “VIPS” Hwang Dong-hyuk Hwang Dong-hyuk September 17, 2021
  8. “Front Man” Hwang Dong-hyuk Hwang Dong-hyuk September 17, 2021
  9. “One Lucky Day” Hwang Dong-hyuk Hwang Dong-hyuk September 17, 2021

Squid Game Official Trailer

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