Jul 24, 2023
Surprisingly for a hentai, theres's an actual story here. It's not a particularly gripping one, and tropes are overused, but the ending being less generic is definitely a plus.
Completely devoid of details. Sometimes, the backround is simply a gradient of one colour. Some of the cuts in sex scenes are reused several times. To make matters worse, nearly every cut is looped for a long time, making these scenes particularly boring. The authors avoided actually animating characters as much as possible and because of that whole live of the idol group anime is about is conveyed by an okayish still and one extremely simple cut.
The way semen is drawn deserves special attention for being simply disguisting. It's yellow with a tinge of white, making one think of filth and disease - but then maybe that was the intention of author, seeing how the thing ends.
The main girl - Saori is the only one who feels like an actual character instead of copy-and-paste voice bank. Outside of moaning, slurping and an occasional scream, there's not much voice acting here. The ending theme, albeit unremarkable as song, fits the anime well.
Expecting anything out of characters in a hentai is a mistake barring very rare exceptions.
In spite of everything bad with it as a hentai, it's still an average (on bottom end of the spectrum) anime nonetheless. That being said, failing at being a good hentai makes Spotlight not worth watching at all. The cover misleads potential watchers by promising better art...
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