The paper house: "Squid Game is a fascist series" says one of the protagonists

According to one of the protagonists of the Spanish series Squid Game and The House of Paper are the opposite of each other: ‘The series of Hwang Dong-hyuk is fascist’.

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Enrique Arce, the interpreter of Arturo Román ne The paper house, recently talked about Squid Game during a stop on the promotional tour of the Spanish series. According to the actor, the South Korean series of Hwang Dong-hyuk would be fascist: “a real battle for money and power.”

The paper house: a photo from the series

The release of La casa di carta is nearing and the actors of the Netflix show are traveling all over Europe in order to take part in a series of promotional events: Pedro Alonso (Berlin), Belén Cuesta (Manila) and Enrique Erce (Arturo) were interviewed in Rome by Il Trio Medusa and during the interview they also talked about the famous series created by Dong-hyuk.

I am convinced that Squid Game and The House of Paper are the opposite of each other“said the Spanish actor who plays Arturo in the series, as reported by”Ours tells of the struggle against the system, that of Dong-hyuk, on the other hand, is a battle for survival, for money and power, about people ready to lose their lives for a prize“explained Enrique Erce.”If ours is a left-wing series, the other in my opinion is totally fascist“.

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A Squid Game scene

In reality Squid Game, which has totaled double the number of spectators of The House of Paper, does nothing but highlight the disproportionate difference between rich and poor that can be found in South Korea and in the whole world and that, from this point of view , reminds us a lot of the concept behind Parasite, the famous 2019 film directed by Bong Joon-ho.

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