Fate/stay night Movie: Heaven's Feel - II. Lost Butterfly
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English: Fate/stay night: Heaven's Feel - II. Lost Butterfly
Synonyms: Fate/stay night Movie: Heaven's Feel 2
Japanese: 劇場版「Fate/stay night [Heaven's Feel] II.lost butterfly」
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 12, 2019
Producers:Aniplex, Notes, Kadokawa
Licensors:Aniplex of America
Source: Visual novel
Genres:ActionAction, FantasyFantasy, SupernaturalSupernatural
Duration: 1 hr. 57 min.
Rating: R - 17+ (violence & profanity)
1 indicates a weighted score.
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
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The Fifth Holy Grail War continues, and the ensuing chaos results in higher stakes for all participants. Shirou Emiya continues to participate in the war, aspiring to be a hero of justice who saves everyone. He sets out in search of the truth behind a mysterious dark shadow and its murder spree, determined to defeat it.
Characters & Voice Actors
Me before Lost Butterfly: "Yeah I have seen all anime related to fate/stay night, pretty much know all about it at this point."
10 minutes into the movie: huh?
30: WHO ARE THESE PEOPLE
Mild spoilers follow.
No tedious philosophies nor pretentious dialogue that solely exists to postpone the battles and extent the awful battle tournament shonen storyline because of pride or other equally laughable reasons. No. This time it's all about Sakura being too horny to stand and Shirou holding hands with every girl imaginable. Literally sex scenes and masturbation. Now this is what I always wanted from Fate. Finally understand why Heaven's Feel is the best route.
The pacing can be a problem to some viewers because it is seriously fast and scenes change at ridiculous tempo. There is constantly something happening, twists actually in goddamn fate and people die. Why the earlier anime were even made when something this good was already written I do not know. As a whole, the story is insane and completely fucked up in a good sense.
No 'master this master that' bullshit from the servants. They powerful and have their own will this time around. Sakura literally too horny to stand. Haven't seen anyone in such heat in the animated medium before, excluding hentai. The countless scenes where she said "senpai" and "humu humu" finally confirmed who is the best girl. Shirou is not afraid of anything I swear and Shinji got owned to hard they should cut him off from other routes. The feelings stuff is neato and for once the series feels genuine thanks to the characters who for once are not either living 100% slice of life or other times throwing some pseudo-intellectual horseshit one-liners no one cares about.
Slow motion hugging scene in the rain by goddamn ufotable. Prettiest shit I ever saw. Literally can't wait to see Berserker vs. 2B Saber in blu-ray such badassery and perfect fight. The color pallet is glorious as ever and those animated tentacles piercing ppl's hearts amazing. And just when I thought it couldn't do anything more brutal they hit it with mutilation scene by Gilgamesh. The gore is seriously impressive.
Glorious as hell. Flamboyant and atmospheric. Absolutely served the movie. Great decisions were made. Ending song beyond catchy can't wait for part 3.
Great fucking movie, will buy.
I am the tool of the Matous
Violated is my body, and corrupted is my blood
I have been infested by over 1000 worms
Craving death, yet clinging to life
Have withstood pain to be with my Senpai
Yet his hands hold other women
So as I pray
Stay by my side forever…Senpai
Heaven’s Feel: Lost Butterfly is probably the most sinister and vulgar representation of a survival game that I’ve seen yet. Its structure is completely different from the other two Fate routes. Instead of showcasing that fantastical and epic feeling that the other arcs so expertly portray, the tone of Heaven’s Feel is much more despair inducing and grounded in reality. Characters don’t give grand speeches about their beliefs among other things and don’t always get moments of grandeur, and instead often find themselves dying in abrupt and grisly ways. Primal human emotions like lust and envy are amplified in this adaptation, showing off the impurities of the characters. Despite being a movie embedded with magic and mythological heroes, it never felt wondrous or magical. It instead instilled feelings of misery and dread into me, like a world devoid of the warm caress of light from the heavens.
Which is exactly how a death battle royale featuring broken characters should make me feel. And I loved every second of it.
I find it appropriate to start with what I found to be a big highlight of this movie, which would be Sakura Matou, the female protagonist. Heaven’s Feel completely deflowers the typical depiction of an anime heroine. Saber from Stay Night and Rin from UBW are prime examples of ideal heroines. They’re strong, attractive, kind, yet still have some issues that they get over with the help of everyone’s favorite idealistic protagonist Shirou. Plus they’re pretty excellent waifu material if you ask me. Heaven’s Feel takes an entirely different approach with Sakura. She’s much more realistic in that she’s far from perfect and pure. We actually see her masterbate on screen and express her desire to have sex with Shirou, while being disgusted with herself for having such impure cravings. She’s incredibly possessive of Shirou and is clearly agitated at the thought of him being with another girl, most specifically Rin. Her yandere tendencies led me to compare her with the famous yandere from a different survival game that I’m sure every anime fan knows: Yuno Gasai. And although Sakura is like at least 10 times less popular than Yuno, I’d say that she’s a far more engaging and fleshed out character than Yuno is. And that’s all thanks to the excellent portrayal of Sakura’s character.
Sakura’s story is hella depressing. I’ve always felt bad for her, especially after watching Fate/Zero. Yet my empathy towards her was highly amplified in Heaven’s Feel thanks to her finally taking the spotlight. Her relationship with Shirou was done excellently. It was one of the most legitimate relationships that I’ve seen in an anime. Both characters are broken in their own way, and they rely on each other to keep going. Shirou even gives up on his hero of justice ideal just for Sakura, which I found to be some great development on his part. Though what I find to be the best part of Sakura is her underlying dark nature. I think it was made pretty apparent from the previous movie, but in order to avoid spoilers, I’ll just say that she isn’t as innocent as she seems. Though it’s not really her fault.
In fact, my absolute favorite moment of the anime would be Sakura’s dream sequence and the aftermath that immediately followed. Using some creative visuals that rivaled the unique animation techniques of Studio Shaft, Ufotable presents a happy dream that Sakura is having where she’s a lovely fairytale princess in a kingdom of wondrous creatures. Yet the entire sequence is quite eerie, and kept me on edge. It culminates with her turning some of the creatures into candy after they were being naughty, and she happily unwraps a piece and eats it. Pretty harmless, right? But the scene that follows is simply chilling. And it was absolutely brilliant. It’s moments like these that made me really appreciate Sakura as a character. In fact, she was excellent in every scene she was in, and I could go on and on talking about her role in Heaven’s Feel. I had honestly never really given Sakura much thought since she was always outshone by the rest of the amazing Fate cast in my opinion, but my views immediately changed after watching this movie. Sakura is a criminally underrated heroine, and she deserves more love.
Most of the Fate cast hardly get any screen time, especially when compared to previous instillations, and like I said previously, usually just end up dying in gruesome or epic ways after going down fighting, as true heroes should. Since Heaven’s Feel is a group of movies and not a two season anime, I’m perfectly content with this approach. This way the movie can focus more strongly on its core cast of characters. So Saber, Gilgamesh, and others, I love ya, but you need to move over. You’ve already had your time to shine. Aside from Sakura and Shirou, the other character who gets a decent portion of focus would be muh fav loli in all anime (no I am not joking), Illyasviel von Einzbern.
Illya has a funny, and now that I think about it, only, comedic moment in the anime before everything goes completely crazy. She just never fails to make me smile. I love her relationship with Shirou in this film, and the two of them holding hands was pretty frickin kawaii. There’s also a really great moment where she overhears Taiga talking about how Kiritsugu would constantly go oversees in a desperate attempt to find someone who he dearly cherished, who would of course be his daughter Illya. It’s pretty heart-wrenching because Illya was led to believe that her father had abandoned her, but that was not the case at all. Dem unlimited feels tho.
I don’t think I need to discuss how amazing the visuals and sound quality are. Ufotable’s animation is the cream of the crop. Fight scenes are done beautifully. The slow motion hugging scene in the rain was one of the most visually appealing things I’ve ever seen. Everything just looks so damn good. And Yuki Kajiura once again composed a heavenly soundtrack. Plus the ending theme song by Aimer is pure epicness. The voice actors are amazing as always.
Fate has always been one of the most entertaining and well made franchises for me. Yet out of all of the Fate media I’ve watched, none have been quite like Heaven’s Feel. It’s a different experience from what I’m used to, but I absolutely love it. It tells a truly compelling yet tragic tale, and my eyes were glued to the screen while watching. After it ended, I found myself staring at my blank computer screen with unblinking eyes, an accelerated heartbeat, and numerous emotions flowing through me for a minute or two. Yeah, I know that sounds cringy af, but it’s true. I don’t believe that I’ve ever felt the same way after completing another anime then I did with Heaven’s Feel: Lost Butterfly. And let me tell you, I enjoyed every second of it. Can't wait for movie three!
**THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS**
This review will heavily incorporate events that occurred in other works by Type-Moon, so I am going to assume that you are familiar with their other works.
I am pretty sure vast majority of the people who wants to watch this film are familiar with the original visual novel and have some general idea where the story is headed, but just in case you haven't figured it out, Sakura is going to become full yandere by the end of the film. Not the Gasai Yuno kind of yandere. The good kind of yandere, where the film properly explores the events that gradually transforms Sakura's fall from grace and makes her character believable. And that is in fact the key triumph of this film; it is raking in all the emotional weight accumulated from Sakura’s love for Shirou from the first film by crashing her world down slowly. The film does make use of some classical yandere tropes like “confine your boyfriend in the house to protect him from danger” and the “smiles of insanity” to make Sakura’s deadly transformation clear, but it was more effectively told through visually like the static interference happening to Sakura’s body, the ominous shadow that keeps following her, and that one scene where Shirou fearfully tried to ignore the dark presence following Sakura.
If you are familiar with the collaborative works between Type-Moon and ufotable, then you cannot help but draw the comparison between this film with Kara no Kyoukai chapter 3. KnK came long before Fate/Stay Night was published, so you can tell that Sakura is inspired from Asagami Fujino. They have very similar hair color, extremely similar build, and both are incredibly timid girls who later on go on a rampage, but that is about where the similarity ends. The difference is that in this film, we had an entire 2-hour film prior to this to make us feel invested in Shiro and Sakura’s love story, and also that Shirou has a large influence on Sakura’s humanity, and the outcome of the story depends entirely on Shirou’s decision. There was a certain scene near the end where Shirou had to make a decision about Sakura’s future brought tears to my eyes, because it was a perfect illustration of how much Shirou and Sakura are dependent on one another. Once you realize what Shiro had been up to, it suddenly hits you just how much Shiro is conflicted by his own emotion and his sense of justice.
That scene also revisited the single key dilemma that characters from Fate series have to explore endlessly. Will Shirou stick with his sense of justice and forsake Sakura, or will he forsake his hero complex and save the one he loves? From the perspective of us audiences, Shirou doesn’t only have his love for Sakura to consider. Abandoning his hero complex means abandoning the legacy that his father (Kiritsugu) left for him, which at this point defines his entire existence. Ten years ago, we saw that Kiritsugu’s sacrifice saved countless lives by preventing the Holy Grail from being fully complete, so Shirou should follow suit, right? It is not an easy decision for sure, but I love it that the film brings new perspective to this theme of justice and sacrifice that Nasu Kinoko has consistently tackled from multiple viewpoints from intertwined characters from different works. I must also applaud this film’s production staff for clearly communicating this theme and dilemma by trimming the fat from the visual novel and treating key thematic scenes with the respectful grace they deserve.
Now, regarding the technical merits, I will say that the film definitely had large amount of budget to work with, almost to the point of making the producers value quantity over quality. I forgot exactly what happened in the original visual novel, but it felt like the only things happening in the fight scene were explosions. Saber and Berserker also spent a lot of the time jumping from place-to-place and performing mid-air kicks like Rock Lee with five gates opened, so there wasn’t much opportunity to explore the mental state of the fighters. Don’t get me wrong, the animation was certainly gorgeous and fluid, and it also featured this insane sakuga where the camera showed the background of a natural scenery changing from following the movement of a character while showing beautiful animated explosions happening in that same background (the staffs of this film were boasting about this particular scene being the pinnacle of Japanese animation). But these fights feel empty unless we can feel the emotional stake of the fight, which it had none. There was also this scene where Sakura was confessing her secrets near the beginning of the film where Sakura was making so much facial and body movements that it seemed incredibly unnatural. I think this is what animators do when they have nothing better to animate but still want to make the scene look impactful. I am not a huge fan of this. However, not everything was overdone. Ironically, I felt that the art shined the most when there was not much to animate, when the characters were living their daily lives, when silence and calm conversations tells a better story. The music suffered the same problem as the animation. There were a lot of explosive choruses during fight scenes (no pun intended), which sort of distracted me from the fights, but it was haunting and beautiful during gruesome and emotional scenes.
So in conclusion, this is a film that is made for Type-Moon x ufotable fans through and through. You will especially get a lot of out of this film if you have already read the visual novels and have seen all the previous main Fate franchise anime. Ironically, the core hook of this film is its story and characters, which I didn’t think was going to be the case because I just simply didn’t think they would go in such depth in exploring the themes and characters in a humanistic way. The film is gorgeous to look at, but I question some of its animation directions. Like mentioned before, this is a story-focused film, so the best parts come from scenes that don’t involve actions. I will briefly mention here, that the highly anticipated sex scene was given the proper treatment. It was not overdone and it properly articulated the love between the participants. I just thought that you might be interested.
Once again Ufotable x Type-Moon did not disappoint. Watching it in the cinema (in Japan) with proper loudspeakers can enable me to experience the thrill of this fantastic display of animation choreography. The amount of time and effort by Ufotable once again demonstrates its class in perfecting high-quality animation and its visual arts. The unlimited budget work studio took time off from anime series and dedicate all their resources into this project and came out in fruition, and I could not be prouder for them.
The movie itself was breathtaking, astonishing and spectacular to watch. I was lost in words walking out of the cinema as this was one amazing movie adaption to its visual novel source. Despite cutting out, or twisting the moments from its origin was well dealt with to make it as original as possible. The amount of detail dedicated to the colourisation of the background scenery was aesthetic and blends well into the climate of the moment.
Regarding the fight scenes, the amount of detail to each moment and time-lapse of the fight was well constructed to demonstrate the fluidity of the animation. Not to mention the sounds and background music incorporated fantastically to illustrate the intensity of the battle. I enjoyed the fight scene more compared to all moments.
The story building near the end was speechless as the unexpected happened, and demonstrated that Ufotable is willing to go beyond and adapted to the essential character development moment in this movie. Providing us with a much darker twist to the story than the previous routes. My view on Sakura for the past two routes changed entirely after this movie and will play a much more significant role in the final movie.
Finally, Ufotable did well with the changed in the tone of the last part of the movie from very lively/family oriented moments, and turns into dark/suspense moments, giving us a rollercoaster of feels. But by far, Heaven Feels is now regarded as my most favourite route compared to all routes.
Hope this convince you to watch the movie.
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Fate/stay night [Heaven's Feel] II. lost butterfly
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- Total Run Time: approx. 117 min.
- Rating: 16 UP
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- "The opponent I must fight still remains in this town."
Based on the record-breaking visual novel Fate/stay night, the final route, a.k.a. the Sakura Route, has been made into a three-part theatrical feature. Now its second chapter comes to Blu-ray.
Shirou Emiya made his choice: to keep fighting, and to protect Sakura Matou. Due to the participation of Zouken Matou in the Holy Grail War, and his summoning of the Servant True Assassin, things begin to distort, steadily worsening day by day. Resolved to protect Sakura and not betray her, Shirou refuses to leave the battle. While Sakura worries about Shirou, she also finds herself entangled in her own fate as a mage. However, their fervent wishes are about be crushed by the mysterious black shadow that covers the city, killing Masters and Servants one by one…
Fate/stay night: Heaven's Feel II. lost butterfly
2019 anime fantasy film directed by Tomonori Sudō
Fate/stay night: Heaven's Feel II. lost butterfly is a 2019 Japanese anime fantasy film produced by ufotable and directed by Tomonori Sudō. The second installment in the Fate/stay night: Heaven's Feel trilogy, it premiered in Japan on January 12, 2019 and in the United States on March 14, 2019.
The story is adapted from Heaven's Feel, the third and final route of the visual novelFate/stay night. Continuing immediately from the events of Fate/stay night: Heaven's Feel I. presage flower, the film focuses on the Holy Grail War and the relationship between Shirou Emiya and Sakura Matou, two teenagers participating in the conflict. After Shirou is eliminated from the War as a Master, he seeks salvation for Sakura and the other participants.
The film was a critical and commercial success, earning ¥1.5 billion faster than its predecessor. As of July 14, 2019, it has grossed $19.8 million worldwide. A sequel, Fate/stay night: Heaven's Feel III. spring song, was released in Japan on August 15, 2020.
After Saber's disappearance, Shirou Emiya is effectively disqualified from the Holy Grail War but intends to continue fighting regardless. After returning from a meeting with Rin Tohsaka, Shirou finds Sakura Matou has been kidnapped by her brother Shinji, and the two confront him. Sakura pleads for everyone to stop, and Rider heeds her call, revealing Sakura as her true Master. Faced with the reality that he will never be a Magus, Shinji douses Sakura with a potion that makes her lose control of her mana and flees. Archer and Rin attack Sakura, but Rider defends her and starts turning them to stone with her gaze – revealing her identity as Medusa. However, when Shirou is hurt and loses consciousness, Sakura's grief causes her to injure herself, forcing Rider to stop.
Shirou reawakens in Fuyuki Church, where priest Kirei Kotomine operates on Sakura. He explains Sakura's body is infested by Zōken Matou's Crest Worms, which feed on her mana by arousing her. As Rin contemplates killing Sakura for the danger she poses, Kotomine reveals to Shirou that the two girls are blood sisters, with Sakura given to the Matou family for adoption. Despite Sakura's attempts to push him away for his safety, Shirou promises he will protect her even at the cost of his ideals, which also makes Rin back off. Sakura then moves back to the Emiya household with Rider, who slowly starts to trust Shirou. However, Sakura becomes increasingly aroused due to the Crest Worms, and her behavior becomes erratic.
Shirou and Rin seek out Illyasviel von Einzbern to form an alliance, but find her in battle with Zōken and the shadow, which unleashes the corrupted Saber to subdue Berserker so it can devour him. While Archer can drive Zōken's Assassin off, the shadow mortally wounds him and severs Shirou's left arm before retreating. Before dying, Archer cuts off his left arm and transplants it onto Shirou to save his life. Having lost their Servants, Rin and Illya move into the Emiya household to plan their next step while helping Shirou get used to his new arm, now sealed with a holy cloth as his body cannot handle Archer's power within. However, as Rin grows closer to Shirou, Sakura becomes jealous and asks him if he loves her romantically, to which Shirou affirms he does – resulting in the two having sex.
One night, Sakura sleepwalks throughout the city and kills several people. The Servant Gilgamesh attacks her, but the shadow devours him. Sakura then returns to the Emiya household, and Shirou realizes the shadow comes from her. Bedridden from injuries inflicted by Gilgamesh, Sakura is told by Illya that she has become the vessel for the Holy Grail and thus does not have long to live. Later, Illya – who is secretly Kiritsugu Emiya's biological daughter and therefore Shirou's adoptive sister – lets go of her grudge against him over seemingly abandoning her after overhearing Taiga talk about how he tried to return to her before his death. Meanwhile, Shirou is approached by Zōken, who reveals the shadow is a piece of the Holy Grail from ten years ago that he put inside Sakura and claims it is not his ally – in fact, he can barely keep it contained. Zōken tells Shirou the only way to stop the shadow is to kill Sakura, as he is the only one she trusts enough to let close, but he cannot bring himself to do it.
Seeing herself as a burden to Shirou, Sakura orders Rider to protect him and returns to the Matō estate, with Shirou giving chase. However, Shinji attempts to rape Sakura once she arrives, blaming her for his inability to become a magus. Threatened with Shirou discovering Shinji has raped her for years, Sakura panics and kills her adoptive brother. As Sakura realizes what she has done, the shadow fuses into her body and corrupts her.
The film was revealed for the first time in May 2018. Director Tomonori Sudō found it a challenging film to develop but expressed joy in how fans reacted to the movie. Sudō further stated that he aimed to expand Shirou and Sakura's characterization in certain scenes. Another staff member stated the film has an impactful ending and looked forward to releasing the third and final Heaven's Feel film to conclude the story.
The Japanese voice cast reprised their roles from the previous film. Noriaki Sugiyama expressed how he provided a different take on Shirou, aiming to give him a cool-headed style. Noriko Shitaya enjoyed Sakura's feelings being noticed by Shirou regarding her being in love with him. Ayako Kawasumi had mixed feelings about Saber's darker characterization in the form of her new form, Saber Alter, but still wanted the fans to see her character in action. Rin Tohsaka's actress, Kana Ueda stated she felt emotional while recording parts of the film to the point of crying.Hiroshi Kamiya found his character, Shinji Matou, to have evolved in darker ways across the Fate franchise to the point he said Shinji was the actual antagonist of the film.
On November 1, 2018, it was announced that the theme song for the film "I beg you" would be composed by Yuki Kajiura and performed by Aimer. "I beg you" was written to explore the relationship between Sakura and Shirou, as Aimer wanted to show Sakura's dark personality as she aims to be loved by Shirou but does not want him to know about her secrets.
The film was released in Japan on January 12, 2019.Aniplex of America announced at Anime Expo 2018 that they would release the film theatrically in the United States, with a premiere at the Regal LA Live in Los Angeles on February 23, 2019, and a wider release, in collaboration with Fathom Events, screening theatrically from March 14, 2019. It also opened in Canada on March 14. In Australia and New Zealand, Madman Entertainment announced that they would premiere the film at Madman Anime Festival Sydney 2019 on March 16, 2019, with a wider release scheduled for later in the year. It also opened in Malaysia on April 18.
In promoting the movie, the developers made a collaboration with Pizza Hut in Japan, and various characters from the film were added to the game Puzzle & Dragons. The film was released on DVD and Blu-ray on August 21, 2019 in Japan.
The film debuted at the top of Japan's box office, selling 363,080 tickets to earn ¥602,841,741 ($5.55 million) in three days. The film sold 12% more tickets and earned 18% more in its opening weekend than the first film in the trilogy. By its 12th day, the film surpassed ¥1 billion, once again surpassing the record of Presage Flower. The film dropped to number four in its third week, and to number ten in its fourth week, earning a total of ¥1,320,295,396 ($12 million). By its fifth week, the film dropped from the top ten, still earning 57,369,900 yen ($518,900), for a total of ¥1,429,918,296 ($12.93 million). As of February 19, 2019, it has sold over 1 million tickets and grossed over ¥1.5 billion ($13.54 million) in Japan.
Overseas, the film grossed HK$1.15 million in Hong Kong. The North American debut of the film earned US$420,595 at the box office in March 2019. In China, where the film released on 12 July 2019, it debuted with an opening weekend of $3.5 million. As of 14 July 2019, the film has grossed $19.8 million worldwide.
The theme song "I beg you" topped Oricon's charts with 31,000 copies sold.
Lost Butterfly received positive reviews. Kim Morrissy of Anime News Network gave the film an overall score of "A," praising its dark plot and relationships of the main characters. However, she believed the film would not be accessible to new viewers. Skyler Allen of The Fandom Post gave it an "A-," praising the fight scenes between Saber Alter and Berserker as one of the main highlights for its execution in terms of animation. He liked Shirou and Sakura's development but stated that viewers might feel uncomfortable about the latter's feelings about sexual relationships. Richard Eisenbeis of Biggest in Japan found that Shirou's character arc took a tone that contradicted his ideals from previous storylines as a result of risking losing lives for Sakura's sake, making the story a defining moment for the character.
Writing for IGN, Cristina Aldrete felt that Sakura's personality was one of the best parts of the second film because she suffers a darker characterization despite retaining her original well-meaning self. The fights between Servants were also noted to be the biggest focus of the movie. Pablo López of SDPNoticias wrote that Lost Butterfly was superior to its predecessor, and that he considered it the franchise's best release so far. He praised the movie for its focus on the relationship between Shirou and Sakura and its multiple Servant battles, which he considered highly appealing. Still, He felt that fans of Illya, Gilgamesh, and other characters might be disappointed by their lack of screentime. The presence of nudity and gore in the film were noted to be an appropriate adaptation of the visual novel's mature content, and its visuals and fight scenes were also well-received.
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Her heart fluttered in anticipation of something. Ira silently walked to the door. Father naked with an excited member slowly from the side entered mom. This went on for a while, and at last he finished with a quiet sigh.
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But now it didn't hurt so much, although my brother had inserted the club very deeply. Then he began to swing the club in my ass. I thought he would tear me apart. When the sleeve came, my brother lay down on the floor, and I was ordered to sit with my ass on his penis.Fate/stay night: Heaven's Feel II. Lost Butterfly Full Movie Reaction Mashup
What exactly. he tried to look calm. - Some liquid, she whispered, and laughed nervously. - Come on, he had to almost forcibly lead her into the bathroom.
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He turned on the music, we drank some more, kissed, danced, drank some more. I was very drunk. But she struggled slightly for the sake of appearance, did not allow herself to be undressed.