The dream of Seiji Yasaka, a ronin, is to become a doctor, something which he wants so badly to fulfill that he joins a hospital as a part-time corpse washer. He falls in love with Nurse Yuuki Midou, but Chigusa Tsuyusaki, the hospital's deputy director, wants him for her own. Everything goes well until suddenly he realizes that all of the nurses are in fact dead bodies—part of a project to bring them back to life—and then he finds out that he is also already one of the walking dead. With the walking dead, the body isn't a problem, but the mind on the other hand gets corrupted easily…
I'll start off by saying this anime is targeted toward a pretty niche audience. It contains a variety of fetishes including drugging, necrophilia, some enema play, bondage, rape, quite a bit of cum, guro, and a bit of inflation as well. While the show does touch on a number of these things, there is a focus on the necrophilia aspect which makes it a must see for those with that inclination. It's definitely at the forefront of its kind in that respect.
I felt that the animation here was pretty average or slightly above. I wish it could have been better, but at the same
time nothing really got on my nerves.
I was pleasantly surprised by the music. The OP has a somewhat haunting feel to it that really sets the mood considering the show's content. I think the music did a good job adding weight to the story's atmosphere, intensity, and unpleasantness at the proper times.
There was a decent assortment of characters here: the somewhat average guy who is a bit hesitant about his new job washing corpses, the seemingly detached guy who works too many nightshifts, the nympho doctor, the cheery and somewhat cute romantic interest, the cute and willing nurse, and then another nurse who is a bit of a mixed bag.
I liked following the protagonist in episode 1 as he struggled to get accustomed to his new job and come to terms with the strange things in his head. He devolves to quite the monster in very little time and is pretty enjoyable to watch. Unfortunately none of the characters really left their mark on me, but I feel they served their purpose. The real treat of this anime is the content.
I watched this RAW, so I may have missed out on some of the finer points, but I felt that I could follow things pretty easily. The plot setup is pretty simple: a young guy gets a job cleaning up corpses in a hospital and unwittingly becomes a doctor's guinea pig as she develops a kind of hallucinogenic sex drug. The stage is then set for a sexual rampage with some pretty trippy (and disturbing) hallucinations as icing on the cake.
I'm a fan of depravity and this anime delivered. I thoroughly enjoyed the hallucinations and the very very disturbing content found during some of the sex scenes. I was also treated to one of the most magnificent anal rape scenes ever. It reminded me of Dragon Ball Z when a guy is screaming and powering up, except this was an orgasm. The music really tipped the balance and I think this scene in particular is among my favorite choreographed sequences in animation right up there with the frog dissection scene from Ichi the Killer: Episode 0. Toward the end of episode 3, I was feeling quite pleased and just a bit unsettled, which is usually the sign of a good show ^_^
For fans of guro and necrophilia this is truly a gem of a hentai and a favorite of mine within the genre.
After finishing this anime, I am left thinking two things... "What the actual hell did I just watch?" and "Why did I waste my time on this?" Not worth the watch for the hentai, not worth the watch for the disturbed druggy crap.
The story line is an embarrassment. Absolutely terrible. It was impossible to follow, especially the final two episodes. The "drugs" concept was translated very poorly and was very corny. I can't imagine how this story line could have been worse... well, maybe if their heads blew up with scat and if they added Larry King and the Nesquik bunny.
The sound wasn't terrible, just
really annoying. Some of the girls gave me an earache. To be fair, squeaky voices are common in hentai. To each their own.
The characters are completely brain dead personality wise. Hell, I couldn't tell you all of their names. The most tolerable character is the other male from the beginning of the first episode who also "body washes". I wish I could say the females were likable in the first episode but my liking for them quickly turned to manure as the series progressed...
This was a chore to finish. There are a few scenes that are meant to be disturbing just completely failed. Nothing more, just a complete fail. No enjoyment at all.
Only reason this anime is receiving a 2 is because of the art, which wasn't too bad. The nurses were cute. Compared to other content from Pink Pineapple, Shitai wo Arau The Animation has better art than most.
Don't bother watching this. What little decent hentai scenes were in this anime are not enough to compensate pathetic characters and a pathetic story line. This isn't as disturbing (at least for me) like others have said, it is simply dreadful.
The story is one of the more disturbing things I've ever seen. It is pretty unique and interesting, it's the reason I wanted to watch this over other hentai. I think the story had a lot of potential, but they could have made so much more with it.
The art was decent. There's a lot of better looking hentai out there nowadays, but this still looks fine. It's creepy when it wants to be, and no animation seems to drag on for too long (in some older hentai they would keep animations looping for a while to fill time to stay within their budget). There are
also some pretty creative things they did in the art for this. The main character does look ridiculously creepy at points, but the only significant downside with the art is that none of the scenes really stand out for being amazingly hot.
The sound is fine, it didn't really impress me, but I can't really think of anything to complain about it. It did have one pretty unique piece of music that I've never heard anything like in a hentai before. The opening theme music is also really creepy and well done. Overall the sound was decent, it's just very possible that it could have been better.
The characters are the only part of this hentai that were bad (although it is pretty rare for hentai to have really good characters.) You'll feel a little bit of sympathy for the main character, but he gets so insane that there's no way you'll like him by the end. The females don't really get any character development.
I could see some people enjoying this series a lot, but I didn't all that much. It was so disturbing that I couldn't get into the sex scenes. The story was pretty good, but I was hoping for a lot more.
Overall the series gets a 5/10. It's a slightly below average hentai to me, but it would definitely be worth watching if you want to see necrophilia type stuff. I wanted to see that and that's what I got, but it just turns out I'm not very into that.