Hitozuma Life: One Time Gal is a hentai adaptation of Yuuji Shinozuka’s manga, One Time Gal. Yuuji Shinozuka is known for creating MILF content with excellent artwork and character details. And while, EDGE managed to recreate the manga’s plot exactly page for page, the same could not be said concerning the character designs and animations as they were unsatisfactory and lousy.
This hentai is a very simple, straightforward story. It’s your typical MILF story, where the wife does something immoral, in this case having sex with a bunch of young men in a karaoke bar, and enjoying it.
Most cheating/blackmail hentai's involve the typical “steal-your-woman” character to continue acting like a douche bags and fucking the same woman, until she goes crazy and doesn't care what happens to her anymore. However, this series portrays the typical “steal-your-woman” character as someone who will take responsibility for his actions and doesn't end up as a complete douche bag.
Tags: cheating, group, MILF, paizuri, blowjob, fingering, hand job, facial shot, cowgirl position, doggy style, sex toys, filming, impregnation, and blackmail.
The art was terrible and, at times, very plain and inconsistent. For example, Airi’s face is too plain looking, her body proportionals seem off (e.g. breasts are weird-looking and appear like huge water balloons, and not much bounciness or softness), the pelvis of everyone were strange, etc. Overall, the character designs and art wasn’t very good. And finally, the animations were also pretty bad, especially the sex scenes. They appeared cheaply made and unsatisfying to watch. They lack the eroticism compared to many other hentai titles.
The voice acting was okay, considering there were several cliche lines, such as, “why am I getting turned on?”, “it’s so long!”, “wow, it’s huge”, and “I’m coming!”. And like most hentai’s, you can expect lots of moaning and panting voices, wet and watery sound effects, and sucking noises. Typical, nothing more, nothing less.
Airi-chan is your standard MILF character: plain looking, until make-up and sexy clothes are applied, has an unsatisfied sex life, has outrageous body proportions, and fulfills the common “I shouldn’t be doing this, but it feels so good” archetype.
Tanned dude is also your standard “steal-your-woman” character, who prey on woman by giving them alcohol or drugs and then have sex with them, while recording the event for “insurance” or memory. Surprisingly, the tanned dude also has a mother complex and was willing to change his attitude, i.e. takes responsibility for impregnating Airi-chan.
Overall, the characters are okay, despite having little to no personality.
This hentai adaptation was bad and quite disappointing when compared to it manga counterpart. Best to just skip this adaptation completely, and read the manga instead.
Political correctness has invaded MAL, it took my reviews away and now I am forced to change dramatically my reviews, since they want a "proper" review of a piece of animated work made in the country known as Japan, targeted mainly to adults, I will now proceed to write one in the most professional way I can. If any typos are commited, my apologies. Feel free to point them out and notify me, since it seems that they don't tolerate such things. Anyway, on to the review.
Hitozuma Life: One Time Gal is the story of a middle age woman, loving and caring, who is married
with a child, a daughter, to be more exact. Her husband appears to never be arround, presumably because of the very strict Japanese work ethic. Thus, she is in charge of taking care of the house and her teenage daughter. We can see in plain sight that she posseses very strong female attributes, specially in the chest area. We are notified early on that she is unhappy with her mariage and the routine, something many people could relate to. Becuase of this, while organizing her messy daughter's clothes, she stumbles upon the brilliant idea to try some of her child's makeup. After a while, she turns into a classic anime and manga woman steriotype called "gyaru", with makeup in her face and hair dyed blonde, though she doesn't seem to have the classic tanned skin that is so common among this urban tribe.
After this, she decides to put on some fashinable clothes, borrowed from her daughter, and enjoy life by taking a walk around the city. In my opinion, this is a very healthy thing to do, since not only is she exercising by walking, an activity that has proven to be very good for your body, but she is also breaking the routine by using clothes that she normally wouldn't wear, not in her wildest dreams, and also by going outside, something revolutionary in this day and age. It seems to be that this piece of film is trying to make a social commentary on today's culture of youngsters prefering to stay inside within the barriers of their homes, and would rather not go outside, be adventurous and enjoy life to the fullest. We must give credit to the director of this marvelous show for bringing new ideas to the table, specially in a genre so stagnated as this one.
A while after, she starts noticing that people, in the majority that of the XY cromosomes holders, are looking at her for extensive periods of time. This worries her, thinking that she might be the weird one with the outfit she chose. This, again, comments on the idea that today's teenagers, most notably girls, are very sensible to the opinions of others, even if they're complete strangers.
Time passes, and suddenly three very respectable gentlemen approach her, pressumably interested in her personality and fashion sense. They have the courtesy to invite her to a bar, where they start conversating. After a few glasses of what may be either sake or beer, she leaves the sober state, hey face turns a little red, and she starts behaving anormally. It's safe to assume this is because of the beverage she drank moments later.
The gentlemen then invite her to play a traditional Japanese game with them, called "King game". According to Wikipedia, the game works like this: "The king game starts with a stack of paper equal to the number of participants, one of which is labeled as the "king," and others with a number. Each participant must then draw a piece. Similar to the American game of truth or dare, the king gets to give out an order, then calls out a number. The participant with the called number must then follow the given order (note the king is unaware of the other participants numbers). After the order is carried out the pieces of paper are drawn again and a new king is appointed. (Note: the king game is sometimes played without the number system)."
While playing said game, the three gentlemen turn out to have a not so gentleman-like, behaviour, because they seem to take advantage of the fact that this very respectable housewife is in a drunk state, and decide to cheat on the game.
The three not-so-gentlemen gentlemen dare this lady to perform various sexual favours for them, which includes intercourse, all of this while being recorded. The show, with this, makes a perfect commentary on both today's dating world, where everyone is just trying to have "sexual frienships" instead of long-lasting relationships; and in the tought barrier women have to face when dating.
The episode then ends with the lady excusing herself to catch a meat sale taking place at the convenience store. This perfecly simbolizes how vapid relationships are nowadays, where everything ends early and because of banal reasons.
As a conclusion, this show is perfect for studing social topics of interest in today's society, such as dating, relationships, and the tought dating experience for women.
The show has two episodes total. Episode two is already out, but it hasn't been translated her, so there's no way for me two appreciate the depth of the show and then transcribe it as a review, since I don't speak Japanese. Because of this, this review will be edited once episode two is subtitled.
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