Cookie-cutter is the very best I could say about them, and that's a stretch. In my opinion, episode 2 developments didn't quite take things the way I expected, which is to say I became a bit skeptical of her character. How realistic you think her reactions are might make all the difference. This is kinda hard to watch, unsurprisingly. Well, despite how cumbersome it is about it, CoA brings up a number of philosophical questions, as well as presenting what might be a realistic portrayal of a repeated-rape-victim's mindset. While banned you will be able to see and read purchased items, but you will be unable to access the store or purchase any new items.
. This goes for the sex as well, the seximatography of which is bland. Is it saying that sinfulness is inescapably heritable? As said before, CoA has a bad presentation, and there's really little way to get around that. I can't tell what CoA is trying to say about anything, and I don't attribute this to excellently artistic ambiguity. CoA follows our leading lady, Nanase, as she gets raped repeatedly as atonement because her dad is a murderer. No, what we get is bad hentai.
Classroom of Atonement is a very, very odd hentai, and I don't think I mean that in a good way. So anyways, as such, there's a lot of still art, which goes off-model very, very often. Not that humanizing rapists is necessarily a good thing. Is it saying that children are responsible for their parents' crimes? Regardless, however, CoA fails as erotica, which means it's hard to recommend it to anyone. I can't even remember any of the music or anything about the sound effects, not even during sex, when I usually pay attention. Account ban evasions will only result in your ban becoming successively longer - and possibly permanent.
CoA is an exercise in dynamic panning, which does not work nowadays, especially in hentai. This is a bit awkward, because that's the line between typical rape-based erotica and something psychologically dark, and those two types of stories are meant to produce very different feelings in the viewers. Spread across campus, this public humiliation might just be worse than her nightly tortures! Someone's publishing very detailed articles about her nightly lustful escapades in a special Atonement Newspaper! I was not hugely impressed. It's partly because Nanase ends up walking the line between starting to like getting raped and just plain shutting down emotionally. For one, the art has not aged well. At school, in her room, and even on a crowded train. The animation is really underwhelming, the sound is nothing to write home about, making this kinda fail as erotica.
Nanase, the main heroine, is somewhat intriguing in how she deals with the stress of being assaulted and her own feelings of guilt, whether about her father's crime or about her own predicament, for which, of course, she is entirely unresponsible. The characters aren't much, either. Nope, it's exactly what it says on the tin. I mean, what would I ask? Rape, rape, one consensual sex scene out of nowhere, and more rape. Overall, CoA is nothing much to look at. And, since CoA walks this line with approximately the same grace as a drunken pit bull trying to chase a runaway tennis ball, we don't get a complex, deep, and titillating piece of cinema. There's one other interesting character, whom I shall call The Organizer, who facilitates but doesn't participate in any of the rapes.
Is it saying that eye-for-an-eye punishment is a good method of justice? It's gripping, in a way, and I can imagine some viewers finding it very interesting. And yet, for all this ranting about how bad it is, I've not totally bomb-rated it. But not all of Nanase's classmates can be so easily satiated. The sound was, well, for the most part not there. The voice acting was okay.
Source: Atasteanime Overall 5 Story 6 Animation 3 Sound 5 Character 6 Enjoyment 4 Whoa. To atone for his sins, she must obey their every sexual command to satisfy their twisted desires. No matter where they are, Nanase must pleasure them in any way possible. Synopsis Nanase's father has just been arrested for murder. While his guilt remains in question, a perverted gang of Nanase's classmates have already passed judgment, and are punishing her for her father's crimes. Or is it showing us the aftermath of these attitudes as a warning not to accept them? It's hard to tell, because the presentation is just so bad. Come the end of episode 2, we find out.
A lot of my interest in CoA came from wanting to know what was up with him. He's also the one who guilt-trips Nanase all the time. Do not attempt to evade account bans by creating new accounts. . . .