Netflix show, 'Squid Game' has started a viral TikTok trend

Fans of controversial Netflix series Squid Game pretend to shoot each other DEAD on TikTok while recreating gruesome scenes from show that’s been criticised for ‘excessive violence and gore’

  • The Korean thriller series, Squid Game, has inspired TikTokers around the globe 
  • New trend called ‘Red Light Green Light’ people are seeing how they would fare 
  • The challenge is to get to the killer doll without being seen to move, or you’ll die 
  • #SquidGame has garnered over 11 billion views on the video platform 
  • All of the contestants are hoping to win a grand prize of 45 billion won (£27m)
  • Yet some viewers have been left repulsed by the violence, insisting it’s ‘too gory’

It’s been criticised by viewers for its ‘unnecessary gore and violence’, but Netflix’s latest hit show Squid Game hasn’t put off braver types who have sparked a TikTok trend that sees them act out scenes from the series. 

The plot follows a fictional deadly game show in which poverty-stricken characters compete Battle Royale-style to win a £27million cash prize, and features grisly scenes of characters being shot in the head and organ harvesting.

Now, TikTok creators from around the globe have been practicing a game from the first episode in the series named, ‘Red Light, Green Light’ featuring a loop of the eerie words of a giant killer animatronic doll: ‘Mugunghwa kochi pieotsumnida’

Based on a children’s game, the person at the front of the group tells those behind them to run when there’s a ‘green light’ and stay still when it’s red – with those who fail elimintated by a terrifying animatronic doll.  

Fans of the show have posted 200,000 videos TikTok featuring the doll’s words, and some have even found real-life versions of ‘Mugunghwa’ doll to practice including  Vanessa Perez, from the Philippines, who found one in a shopping mall. 

Another disturbing video shows US TikTok star Theblondejon and his friends being herded into a pen to play the game with masked figures pretending to shoot dead those who moved with imitation rifles. 


Another disturbing video shows US TikTok star Theblondejon and his friends being herded into a pen to play the game, with some sseen lying on the floor pretending to be dead after being ‘shot’ for moving 

While imitating the sinister game from the first episode, a hooded figure pretended to shoot participants who moved during the ‘red light’ 

RED LIGHT, GREEN LIGHT! ‼️‼️‼️ #squidgame #fyp #foryou

Elsewhere Hannah McHutchison, an influencer from Australia, had a more lighthearted take as she showcased her acting in a TikTok named, ‘Me thinking I was in a runway show & realising I entered the wrong door onto the ‘Squid Game’.’

Hannah mimed strutted down the ‘catwalk’ only to be shocked when realising she’d be killed if she moved.

Some followers were in stitches with one remarking, ‘Tyra [Banks] would have made this an ANTM challenge.’

Another coldly announced that in the real game, she wouldn’t make it, saying: ‘you are dead now.’

Squid Games’ sinister Mugunghwa doll from the Red Light Green Light challenge in the first episode of the Korean thriller series

Hannah McHutchison, an influencer from Australia posted a funny TikTok highlighting her pretend experience in the game

Another creator, Xavier, from Singapore, deftly tried his hand at prancing elegantly around the room before stopping dead in a photographic pose when the sound signalled to.

Under the video titled, ‘I think I might survive’, his followers commended him for his efforts.

One said, ‘confidence is key.’ 

While another advanced Xavier to another round by saying, ‘Do this for the tempered glass game.’

Hold the pose // [email protected] #squidgame #squidgamenetflix #hoyeonjung #kdrama #redlightgreenlight

i think i might survive leh #redlightgreenlight #squidgame #netflix #fypsg

Xavier, from Singapore created a comical scenario in which he pranced up to the killer robot before stopping dead in his tracks

Vanessa Perez and her friends took to a shopping mall in the Philippines to try to win against the real Mugunghwa doll

Replying, Xavier admitted, ‘no confidence in that one.’ 

Versions of the killer robot girl have been erected in some shopping malls.

Vanessa Perez, from the Philippines, posted a TikTok Video of her with four of her friends creeping up to the ‘real life’ version. 

Fortunately, they made it out with their lives and TikTok commenters were shaken by the uncanny resemblance to the shows robot, ‘plot twist, it actually shoots’ said one person.    

Some TV fans though, have been left repulsed by the excessive violence, with several saying they could not even make it through the first episode – and others recommending it be banned for viewers under 20 because it is ‘too gory’.

Netflix has faced criticism over its increasingly X-rated programming, with ‘soft porn’ series Sex/Life, film 365 DNI, which glorifies kidnapping, and bodice-ripper Madame Claude, all being promoted on the platform. 

Korean-made Squid Game, which is the most streamed show in the US and in the UK, features grisly scenes of characters being shot in the head and organ harvesting, in the latest example of shock-tactic programming from the streaming giant. Pictured, A contestant is covered in blood after another player’s head is blown off in a hellish version of a Grandma’s Footsteps

The unlikely heroes are Seong Gi-hun (Lee Jung-jae), a failed father and gambling addict (pictured). At the start of the first episode, he gambles his mother’s money away and ends up in an arcade desperately trying to get his daughter a birthday present. By the end of the series, he must kill his best friend in order to live himself

The candy-coloured sets of this fictive game show appear like a children’s playground, but they are anything but, as masked men strapped with machine guns stand-by to shoot the losing contestants

TV fans have been left repulsed by the violence, with several saying they could not even make it through the first episode – and others calling for it be banned for viewers under 20

In each episode of Squid Game, characters take part in bloody versions of traditional children’s games, like Grandmother’s Footsteps, or British Bulldogs, with the winners progressing to the next ’round’ of the game show. 

The losers are executed by a masked death squad standing by with machine guns.

The story centres around gambling addict Seong Gi-hun (Lee Jung-jae) and his childhood friend Cho Sang-woo (Park Hae-soo), a disgraced banker wanted by the police.

In the final episode of Squid Game – and ’round’ of the fictional game show within the series – the main characters are pitted against each other, with Gi-hun eventually tasked with killing his closest friend in order to win the game and take home the 45.6 billion won (around £28m) cash prize.   

‘There are literally hundreds of such deaths in the show’s nine episodes, with a bonus dissection scene, if what you really crave is to see some intestines,’ a critic writing for Slate Magazine explained.   

‘And almost everybody on the show is afraid, all the time—the actors are constantly trembling, crying, and shaking, under the most extreme forms of duress. If you can stand all that, you should watch this show.’

Some TV fans were left repulsed by the violence, with several saying they could not even make it through the first episode – and others calling for it be banned for viewers under 20.

Sae-byeok is played by top fashion model HoYeon Jung, 27, (pictured) in her first-ever screen role. In the first episode, she also takes part in the gory game

Terrifying masked assassins roam around in the game show and kill the contestants who fail

Adding to the depravity, the contestants are poor people who are enticed to compete to win a grand prize of 45 billion won. Pictured: one of the participant refuses to comply with the gory game’s rules 

Netflix Top 10 in the US 

Squid Game 

The Starling 

Midnight Mass 

My Little Pony

Grown Ups

Sex Education

Intrusion

Monsters Inside: The 24 Faces of Billy Milligan 

Clickbait 

Cocomelon

Netflix Top 10 in the UK 

Squid Game

Sex Education

Midnight Mass

Man of Steel

The Starling

My Little Pony

Monsters Inside: The 24 Faces of Billy Milligan

Good Girls

Clickbait

Gemini Man

One unimpressed viewer wrote: ‘Seriously #SquidGame is the worst series I’ve ever watched. So violent and cliche. I wonder how all of these people liked it!’

Another admitted: ‘I’m this close to crying. This show is so violent,’ while a third person said: ‘The Squid Game is too gory.’

‘Squid Game is good but I wouldn’t recommend it to those under 20. It’s too gory,’ insisted a fourth viewer.

However for some fans, the ‘shocking, gory and brutal scenes’ meant they ‘couldn’t stop watching’ the series.

One person wrote: ‘Man, do I love Squid Game – just really tight, intense, gory, cannot peel eyes away, excellent television.’

‘Oh my God. I just smashed Squid Game on Netflix. I had no idea what it was going to be about but half an episode in I could not stop watching! Shocking, gory, brutal and I loved it! 9/10.’ 

However for some fans, the ‘shocking, gory and brutal scenes’ meant they ‘couldn’t stop watching’ the series

Melissa Henson, programme director of the Parents Television and Media Council, which advocates for responsible entertainment told FEMAIL: ‘Netflix originals are almost universally worse than their licensed content — more violent, more sexualized, more profane — which would be less of a problem if they just left those titles out there for viewers who are seeking that kind of content to discover. 

‘The problem I’m having is Netflix’s aggressive, in-your-face marketing of this content to all of their subscribers. 

‘Even if nothing in the subscriber’s viewing history would suggest that this is a program they’d be interested in, it’s the first thing they see when they launch the app. 

‘Parents just better hope their kids aren’t around when they launch Netflix, because the first thing they’ll see is streaks of blood under a dead body that is being dragged along the ground.’

In the series, the characters are trapped inside a candy-coloured fortress and overseen by masks guards, also wearing pink. 

Each character is in desperate need of money – one has escaped from North Korea and is trying to reunite her family – and so is willing to put her life on the line in the hope of winning the cash prize.  

The unlikely heroes are Seong Gi-hun (Lee Jung-jae), a failed father and gambling addict, and his flawed childhood friend Cho Sang-woo (pictured) (Park Hae-soo), a disgraced banker wanted by the police

Pictured: The horrifying gunmen in masks who marshal the games and shoot dead those who fail to progress to the next round

The show has been likened to the Hunger Games and Takeshi’s Castle because it puts participants through several tasks to be completed, with death a constant threat 

Fans and critics have pointed to the central cast as providing a much needed ‘heart’ to the drama. 

‘Hundreds of cash-strapped players accept a strange invitation to compete in children’s games,’ the description on Netflix reads. ‘Inside, a tempting prize awaits — with deadly high stakes.’

Netflix’s Co-Chief Executive Ted Sarandos said on Monday that Squid Game was on its way to becoming the streaming service’s biggest non-English title so far and could turn into its most popular show yet around the world.

‘We did not see that coming, in terms of its global popularity,’ Sarandos said.

The current most-watched show, measured by total viewing hours, is romantic drama Bridgerton, Sarandos said. The most popular film to date is Sandra Bullock thriller Bird Box.

With the massive success of the series, there are already questions about whether there will be sequel.

But writer and director Hwang Dong-hyuk, who has had massive success on the big screen in recent years, said he might have to return to movies before he gets there.

‘I don’t have well-developed plans for Squid Game 2,’ he told Variety. ‘It is quite tiring just thinking about it. 

‘But if I were to do it, I would certainly not do it alone. I’d consider using a writers’ room and would want multiple experienced directors.’ 

Netflix’s controversial shock-factor programming includes TV show dubbed ‘eight hours of sha****g’ and film glorifying kidnap and rape

With a slew of raunchy TV shows featuring full frontal nudity, bondage and self pleasure, Netflix is fast gaining a reputation for racy content that wouldn’t be out of place on adult websites. 

The streaming giant has filled our small screens with extremely erotic options – from the slightly more innocent, yet oh-so popular Bridgerton (which boasts plenty of steamy romantic entanglements) to the 2021 drama Sex/Life, which was dubbed ‘eight hours of sha****g’.

Reality TV show Too Hot to Handle and Mexican drama Dark Desire about a married mother who has a weekend of passion with a 23-year-old are equally daring and scandalous.

Here, FEMAIL reveals six of the raunchiest TV shows released by the streaming service in recent months.  

Sex/Life

Netflix’s saucy series Sex/Life is based around suburban mother-of-two Billie (Sarah Shahi) who is involved in a love triangle with her husband Cooper (Mike Vogel) and old flame from her past, Brad Simon (Adam Demos), pictured

In one raunchy moment, Cooper follows his wife’s lover to the gym and spies on him as he goes into the shower. But fans were left completely gobsmacked after gorgeous Brad turns towards the camera completely nude (pictured)

WHAT THE SHOW IS ABOUT: Netflix’s saucy series Sex/Life is based around suburban mother-of-two Billie (Sarah Shahi) who is involved in a love triangle with her husband Cooper (Mike Vogel) and old flame from her past, Brad Simon (Adam Demos).

The show, which sees Billie fantasise about her former partner before leading to some very wild sex scenes, is based on BB Easton’s novel, 44 Chapters About 4 Men, and was filmed in Canada.

A blurb for the book reads: ‘No one and nothing is off limits as BB revisits the ex-boyfriends – a sadistic tattoo artist, a punk rock parolee, and a heavy metal bass player – that led her to finally find true love with a straight-laced, drop-dead-gorgeous… accountant.’ 

THE RACY SCENES: Fittingly for a show with this title, the opening minutes see a flashback of Billie and Brad having sex in a nightclub. Billie leads Brad off the dance floor and into a private room where they get intimate – knowing there is a roomful of clubbers just a few feet away. 

Also in the first episode, Billie has a flashback to when she worked through the Kama Sutra with Brad. The show does not shy away from giving viewers a glimpse of some of the sexual positions involved, and also shows Brad performing oral sex.  

The sex-filled first hour continues with another character, Sasha, performing oral sex on a musician in a grungy nightclub moments after meeting. 

Later Billie flashes back to her first night with Brad, which saw them having sex in his penthouse pool. The couple also have sex in a car. 

A pool also appears when Billie and her husband Cooper have sex in a stranger’s house in the middle of the night.  

In another raunchy moment, Cooper follows his wife’s lover to the gym and spies on him as he goes into the shower.

But fans were left completely gobsmacked after gorgeous Brad turns towards the camera completely nude.

Elsewhere, there are saucy flashbacks to Billie’s wild party days, where snogging and rampant romps were plentiful.

She’s seen engaging in neon-lit sex in pools with her former lover, and being pushing up against corridors in racy trysts – all in just eight episodes. 

After no doubt catching the eye of all Sex/Life viewers, Adam spoke to Entertainment Weekly about his full-frontal scene.

‘I was okay with it because you read the script and know what you’re getting yourself into from the start, so I don’t think you would sign on to a show after reading the scripts and then say no last minute,’ he said.

Some on Twitter joked the new show makes Netflix’s steamy period romance series Bridgerton seem almost prudish by comparison.

However, one reviewer, via The Guardian commented: ‘Eight episodes of shagging strung together with the occasional splash of melodrama.’

Too Hot To Handle

Last series (pictured), competitors from across the globe entered a luxury villa in Mexico and 10 stars of the show managed to make it to the final and split the $75,000 prize

WHAT THE SHOW IS ABOUT: The Netflix dating show, which is currently in its second series, promises a string of attractive contestants $100,000 – but only if they have no sexual contact with each other for four weeks.  

Unlike it’s ITV2 counterpart Love Island, the show only rewards contestants if they are able to resist any form of physical contact, including kissing and caressing. 

If the singletons fail to follow the strict no-petting rule the total of their prize fund will drop and the rule break will be announced to the group. 

But – as the voiceover constantly reminds viewers – these are a group of ‘horny’ singletons who just can’t keep their hands off each other… so there are plenty of steamy moments in the bathroom, on the beach and in the Big Brother-style communal bedroom. 

THE RACY SCENES: Within hours of arriving at the sun-soaked paradise villa, the newly introduced singletons were busy commenting on each other’s assets, deciding who they would like to pair up with and even grabbing a cheeky kiss here and there. 

They broke the rules within minutes with couple’s sneaking off to share passionate kisses in their swimwear. The rule-breaking cost the group $21,000 of their prize fund. 

First to break the rules was Cam, from Wales, and London stunner Emily, who sneaked a kiss on the beach after their sexual tension got too much for them.

But once the rest of the group discovered their antics, it opened the floodgates for everyone – and soon the other contestants were locking lips too.

The previous series of the Netflix show saw the singletons perform raunchy dances for each other and even led to one couple having sex on screen.  

The competitors from across the globe entered a luxury villa in Mexico and 10 stars of the show managed to make it to the final and split the $75,000 prize.

While the total dwindled thanks to a number of rule breaks from randy contestants, the singletons were later given the chance to win back the money. 

Bridgerton

Within the first twenty minutes of the eight hour long series, Anthony Bridgerton – brother of protagonist Daphne – romps with a beautiful opera singer Siena (pictured together) against a tree

WHAT THE SHOW IS ABOUT: Netflix’s Regency-era romp Bridgerton has become a hit with viewers, at least partly for its raunchy sex scenes.

In the main the series follows Daphne (Phoebe Dynevor) and the Duke of Hastings (Regé-Jean Page) as they enter a complicated relationship with plenty of twists – and sexual tension. 

Alongside that there are the love stories of other couples, including Daphne’s brother Anthony Bridgerton, who is in love with a courtesan opera singer.  

THE RACY SCENES: The series was praised for a larger number of its sex scenes focusing on female pleasure, while critics suggested their were too many steamy moments for a period drama.

Within the first twenty minutes of the eight hour long series, Anthony Bridgerton – brother of protagonist Daphne – romps with a beautiful opera singer Siena against a tree. 

There are at least 12 different sexual acts across eight episodes – from innocent snogging to daring oral sex, with one fan-favourite moment being between Daphne (Phoebe Dynevor) and the Duke of Hastings (Regé-Jean Page) on the stairs.

The Duke of Hastings also performs oral sex on Daphne in the library of a country home during a sex-filled montage in episode six.

The couple also had sex in the garden, in an inn while travelling and had steamy sex in the Duke’s master bedroom.

There was also a controversial scene where Daphne refused to let the Duke pull out before climaxing, so that she could fall pregnant with his child.  

So raunchy were some moments that Netflix reportedly had to fight to keep the sex scenes off porn websites, after the news distressed castmembers.

The streaming giant had thought to have been ‘working tirelessly to hunt down pirates’ who uploaded the more intimate moments from the show, reports The Sun.

At the time, it was understood that many of the scenes had already been taken down from X-rated platforms after the cast were left feeling ‘horror and anger’ at seeing them online.

365 DNI

Polish film 365 DNI, also known as 365 Days, tells the story of a ‘fiery executive’ Laura Biel (Anna-Maria Sieklucka) who is kidnapped and imprisoned by mafia boss Massimo Torricelli (Michele Morrone). Pictured, Laura is made to watch Massimo have sex with other women  


The film, which arrived on the streaming service in the UK and US last summer, features scenes of BDSM, voyeurism and multiple kinky sex scenes. Pictured, Laura trying on clothes after being abducted (left) and the saleswoman and Massimo having sex on the yacht (right)

WHAT THE SHOW IS ABOUT: Polish film 365 DNI, also known as 365 days, tells the story of ‘fiery executive’ Laura Biel (Anna-Maria Sieklucka) who is kidnapped and imprisoned on a holiday to Sicily by mafia boss Massimo Torricelli (Michele Morrone).

The film, which arrived on the streaming service in the both the UK and the US in July 2020, features scenes of BDSM, voyeurism and multiple kinky sex scenes – and it has sparked furious controversy on both sides of the Atlantic. 

THE RACY SCENES:  In once scene, Laura is forced to watch mafia boss Massimo be pleasured by another woman while she remains chained to a wall, wearing nothing but a dressing gown.

Another scene sees the couple engage in some very steamy intercourse on the mafia boss’ yacht after Massimo saves Laura’s life.

Shocked viewers also watch Laura being tied to a chair on a private jet while Massimo teases her genitals. 

Laura also teases Massimo by sexually arousing herself in the glass-pannelled shower while he lies in the nearby bed.   

At another point the couple have sex against the window with the backdrop of Warsaw behind them.  

Despite the criticism, the film had plenty of viewers feeling hot under the collar and it has been widely compared to E.L. James’s Fifty Shades franchise. 

One viewer tweeted: ‘Fifty Shades can’t beat this movie at all. Massimo was a beast.’

Another fan then wrote: ‘If anyone is a Fifty Shades fan they NEED to watch 365 DNI… I’m sweating.’

A third added: ‘Honestly how Netflix approved that pornographic film called 365 DNI is beyond me. Ten minutes and my eyes.’

Ginny and Georgia

Viewers were left gobsmacked after Ginny went from ‘never having kissed a guy’ to suddenly losing her virginity in the very first episode with Marcus (pictured together)

WHAT THE SHOW IS ABOUT: Released earlier this year, Ginny & Georgia follows 15-year-old Ginny and her 30-year-old mother Georgia as the latter tries to give her children – which also includes son Austin – a better life.

However, Ginny feels like she’s more mature than her mother as the two explore different relationships in the comedy drama.

THE RACY SCENES: While the series didn’t match the level of sexy scenes in Bridgerton or Sex/Life, it did offer some scandalous moments for a show centered around a mother and her teenager.

Viewers were left gobsmacked after Ginny went from ‘never having kissed a guy’ to suddenly losing her virginity in the very first episode. 

Another shocking scene saw Ginny masturbate with a toothbrush as she began to discover her sexuality.

In episode four, she sends her boyfriend, Hunter, a photograph in her lingerie.

But after he doesn’t respond, she instead sends it to her secret lover and neighbour Marcus, who she lost her virginity to.

The two of them begin to exchange flirty messages, and start to both masturbate – but to the shock of fans, Ginny uses an electric toothbrush, with the bristles up.  

Bonding

Bonding (pictured) is a Netflix original series about a woman (Tiff played by Zoe Levin) who moonlights as a dominatrix to pay her way through graduate school

WHAT THE SHOW IS ABOUT: Bonding is a Netflix original series about a woman (Tiff played by Zoe Levin) who moonlights as a dominatrix to pay her way through graduate school.

She is joined by her best friend Pete (Brendan Scannell), an aspiring comedian who falls into becoming her bodyguard and assistant.

THE RACY SCENES: The second series of Bonding began in early 2021, and saw Tiff being trained in BDSM and role-playing. 

One of the first scenes is of a man suspended facedown from the ceiling in full-body leather.

Dominatrix Mistress Mira (Nana Mensah) stands in front of him, harshly reprimanding Tiff and Pete before turning towards the men and asking ‘Are you all right, pet?’

Other astonishing scenes show Mira interacting with a client in a sleep sack while he has an apparatus controlling his oxygen flow.

In the first season, viewers witness Tiff tying up a client and engaging in Flintstones role playing.

Madame Claude 

As the reigning Queen of Sex in the French capital between the 1960s and 1970s, the Madame, real name Fernande Grudet, offered a secret and forbidden sexual world to a famous client list. Pictured, the Madame’s girls in the film

She dubbed her group of girls (pictured in the film) her ‘swans’, who boasted beautiful, elegant looks, classy charms and were often from fine French families

WHAT THE SHOW IS ABOUT: She was a salacious icon of 20th century Paris – the brothel-keeper to the stars – so it was apt that Netflix’s 20201 film about ‘Madame Claude’ was filled with racy scenes of sex parties, full frontal nudity and bondage.

As the reigning Queen of Sex in the French capital between the 1960s and 1970s, the Madame, real name Fernande Grudet, offered a secret and forbidden sexual world to a famous client list which reportedly included John F. Kennedy, Marlon Brando, Frank Sinatra, Pablo Picasso and Libya’s Colonel Gaddafi.

She dubbed her group of girls her ‘swans’, who boasted beautiful, elegant looks, classy charms and were often from fine French families.

But in the latest telling, the glamour in which her story was often shrouded in is stripped away to show a darker reality – showing unerotic sex used as a weapon to capture secrets from high-profile men.  

THE RACY SCENES:  In just the first ten minutes of the film, viewers witness several racy scenes – including a girl stripping off in front of the Madame during an interview, before she is seen being intimate with a man for a ‘test’.

Elsewhere, the brothel owner (played by French actress Karole Rocher) helps teach a young woman how to properly clean her private parts, while later in the movie, a prostitute is seen being tied up in an act of domination. 

Showing viewers just how ‘down to business’ the French film will get, Madame Claude opens with the brothel owner hosting a raucous party, filled with scantily clad women and professional men dressed in suits.

Within minutes, audiences at home see the coldly efficient businesswoman interview a new recruit, Sidonie (played by Garance Marillier), and telling her to strip. 

Dark Desire 

Alma Solares (pictured), a prestigious lawyer and college professor, is married to Leonardo – played by Jorge Poza

Alma meets 23-year-old Dario Guerra during her getaway (pictured, together) and they have a wild tryst

WHAT THE SHOW IS ABOUT: Mexican drama Dark Desire centres around married Alma, who spends a fateful weekend away from home which ignites a steamy tryst with a 23-year-old named Dario, before tragedy ensues and she’s left questioning the truth about those close to her.

‘What started as a minor adventure becomes an incendiary passion, and then a dangerous obsession, unravelling a chain of secrets of a past that fatally binds them all,’ read the synopsis of the show.

THE RACY SCENES: Fans went wild for the 18-part show, first released last summer – which features scenes of forbidden love, erotic stimulation and naked murder.

‘I don’t know why I started watching that #DarkDesire in the middle of the night – it’s 365 Days all over again! Some very passionate wrestling in there,’ wrote one.

A second penned: ‘Five minutes in and we have a murder and a cheating husband. This is already fabulous!’

In one scene, Alma arrives home and that night, has a dream whereby her husband Leonardo pulls a gun on her after catching her having a steamy encounter in the pool with a very naked Dario. 

Elsewhere, Leonardo ‘accidentally’ sprays Edith with the shower, making her white outfit see-through – before making love in the shower. 

Thorough the first few episodes, Alma tries to fight her lust for Dario, but is haunted by the steamy memories of their initial meeting. In a particularly erotic scene, Alma daydreams and has flashbacks of her night with Dario while she is in the shower.

Eventually, the pair meet again after Alma finds out about her husband’s affair, and share a passionate romp in Dario’s car repair shop, where the 23-year-old conveniently lives. ,Alma succumbs deeper to her desire as Dario pushes her against a wall before taking her to bed and slowly undressing her.

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