Netflix's Korean survival drama "Squid Game" has taken the world by storm – it follows desperate characters who gamble their lives for the chance to win millions by competing in children's games, with losers killed on the spot. As TV critic Alison Sargent explains, the show has resonated with viewers fed-up with capitalism. It's also sparked morbid fascination as viewers wonder how far they would go.
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