Dec 14, 2021
On the surface level, another hentai about rape and bad people.
Chisato is basically in a relationship with an abusive boyfriend (Guy A), when another man enters the picture who appears to genuinely care about her (Guy B). Guy B walks in on them going at it in the bathroom, only to watch from the sidelines. Chisato gives Guy B the look, indicating to him that she knows he's watching and not doing anything. At the end of the scene, Guy A tells Guy B that he knows he was watching, and that he will screw her that night and there's nothing Guy B
can do about it. Basically, Guy A does this to show he is the Alpha male. And Guy A goes through with this "plan," and invites his friends over to gangbang, while he takes pictures and sends them to Guy B. Guy B can only despair, while he masturbates to the photographs. An unprecedented time shift occurs, where Chisato tells Guy B that Guy A broke it off with her. Guy B proceeds to confess his love to her, they get "active," and then the hentai ends on a rather sinister note: Guy B briefly is displayed in the same light as Guy A was; i.e., someone who has power over Chisato. The hentai's closing words come from none other than Chisato: "I've found another."
These are the takeaways you can get from this hentai:
1) As soon as someone gains power (in this case, Guy B), they will drop all preconceived surface attitudes and become those they stole power from (Guy A)
2) For those of you who are unaware, a femme fatale "Fatal Woman" is a character trope which refers to a woman who utilizes her sexuality in order to gain power/to accomplish her goals. I make the case that Chisato, IS such a femme fatale. Think about it. Assuming that Guy A was in a similar position to Guy B, before becoming the Alpha male, it makes perfect sense. She plays the act of a submissive woman seeking to use the innocent men around her in order to satisfy her sexual urges. The line "I've found another," seems to all but confirm this. She's found another what? She's found another victim. Another male to ruin.
Reviewer’s Rating: 7
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